Grimoire



[greem-wahr] /grimˈwɑr/

noun
1.
a manual of magic or witchcraft used by witches and sorcerers.
/ɡriːmˈwɑː/
noun
1.
a textbook of sorcery and magic
n.

magician’s manual for invoking demons, 1849, from French grimoire, altered from grammaire “grammar” (see grammar). Cf. glamor.

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