Amulet

A magically charged object that is worn or carried on a person, believed to act in a protective manner for its carrier. Used for both Negative and Positive energies.

Amulet

An amulet (Latin amuletum) can be any object whose most important characteristic is its alleged power to protect its owner from danger or harm.{sfn|Gonzalez-Wippler|1991|p= } Amulets are different from talismans as a talisman is believed to bring luck or some other benefit, though it can offer protection as well. Amulets are often confused with pe...
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Amulet

• (n.) An ornament, gem, or scroll, or a package containing a relic, etc., worn as a charm or preservative against evils or mischief, such as diseases and witchcraft, and generally inscribed with mystic forms or characters. [Also used figuratively.]
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amulet

talisman noun a trinket or piece of jewelry thought to be a protection against evil
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Amulet

Am'u·let noun [ Latin amuletum : confer French amulette .] An ornament, gem, or scroll, or a package containing a relic, etc., worn as a charm or preservative against evils or mischief, such as diseases and witchcraft, and generally inscribed with mystic forms or characters. [ Also used fig...
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Amulet

A charm, often in the form of hieroglyphs, gods or sacred animals; made of precious stones or faience. They were worn like jewelry during life, and were included within the mummy wrappings for the afterlife.
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Amulet

a kind of charm, which was supposed to bring luck or protection to the wearer. The Egyptians often had amulets of gods and goddesses.
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Amulet

A pendant or charm that is worn for protective magical power.
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amulet

amulet (ăm'yulit) , object or formula that credulity and superstition have endowed with the power of warding off harmful influences. The use of the amulet to avert danger and to dispel evil has been known in different religions and among diverse peoples. Like the talisman and the charm, th...
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Amulet

An amulet is an object employed to protect the wearer, from harmful influences or to attract good fortune, money and the like. Scientific knowledge would suggest that amulets are superstitious nonsense with no basis in fact. However, psychology may indicate that amulets do indeed function, though not quite by 'magic'. Psychologists have long establ...
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amulet

an object, either natural or man-made, believed to be endowed with special powers to protect or bring good fortune. Amulets are carried on the ... [11 related articles]
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Amulet

Charm
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amulet

Small object used as a good-luck charm or talisman. Amulets are often worn on a necklace or bracelet. Amulets were very common in ancient Egypt; the scarab, a model of the dung beetle Scarabeus...
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amulet

[n] - a trinket or piece of jewelry thought to be a protection against evil
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