pishogue


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pi·shogue

also pi·shoge  (pĭ-shōg′)
n. Irish
1. Black magic; sorcery.
2. An evil spell; an incantation.

[Irish Gaelic píseog, from Middle Irish pisóc, piseóc.]

pishogue

(pɪˈʃəʊɡ)
n
Irish sorcery; witchcraft
[from Irish piseog, pisreog]
Translations

pishogue

n (Irish) → Hexerei f
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