a ritual dance intended to establish communion with the dead, especially such a dance as performed by various messianic western American Indian cults in the late 19th century.
a religious dance of certain North American Indians, connected with a political movement (from about 1888) that looked to reunion with the dead and a return to an idealized state of affairs before Europeans came
[gohst-fish] /ˈgoʊstˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural ghostfishes (especially collectively) ghostfish. 1. .
- Ghost fishing
noun 1. the continued trapping and killing of marine life by a discarded fishing net floating at sea
- Ghost gum
noun 1. (Austral) a eucalyptus tree with white trunk and branches
noun, Photography. 1. (def 8).