Wand

Ritual tool brought to the craft from ritual magick. This tool would be used in place of the athame, for the same purpose. A wand directs energy and is normally made of wood. Many witches make their own wands using a stick from a tree. It can be decorated, you can make inscriptions in it, place a crystal or other gem on the tip, whatever you prefer....

wand

  1. a baton used by a magician or water diviner
  2. a ceremonial or emblematic staff

Wand

A wand (also: magic wand) is a thin, straight, hand-held stick or rod made of wood, stone, ivory, or metals like gold or silver. Generally, in modern language, wands are ceremonial and/or have associations with magic but there have been other uses, all stemming from the original meaning as a synonym of rod and virge, both of which had a similar de...
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WAND

WAND, virtual channel 17, is an NBC-affiliated television station serving the Decatur–Springfield–Champaign area. It is owned by Block Communications. It broadcasts on digital UHF channel 17 from a transmitter near Argenta with two translators, W31BX-D, in Danville and W40CF-D in Jacksonville, Illinois. ==History== WAND began on June 17, 1953 ...
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wand

[n] - a baton used by a magician or water diviner
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Wand

• (n.) A staff of authority. • (n.) A small stick; a rod; a verge. • (n.) A rod used by conjurers, diviners, magicians, etc.
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wand

noun a rod used by a magician or water diviner
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Wand

Wand noun [ Of Scand. origin; confer Icelandic vöndr , akin to Danish vaand , Goth. wandus ; perhaps originally, a pliant twig, and akin to English wind to turn.] 1. A small stick; a rod; a verge. « With good smart blows of a wand on his back.»...
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wand

A hand-held bar code reader used for ordering, price checking, etc.
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Wand

A handheld scanning device used as a contact bar code or OCR reader
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wand

A pen-shaped bar code scanner that emits a beam from the end or tip of the wand. Wands are older, bar code reading technology but inexpensive and still widely used where speed and performance are not crucial.
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