a structure used for various ceremonials of North American Indians.
(initial capital letters) the most important religious society among the central Algonquian tribes of North America.
a wooden structure used for magical and religious ceremonies among certain North American Indian peoples
noun 1. (among North American Indians and some other aboriginal peoples) a person believed to possess magical or supernatural powers; shaman. 2. a seller of patent medicine, especially before 1900, presenting a medicine show to attract customers. noun 1. (among certain peoples, esp North American Indians) a person believed to have supernatural powers of healing; […]
- Medicine shop
noun 1. (in Malaysia) a Chinese chemist’s shop where traditional herbs are sold as well as modern drugs. It is not, however, a dispensary for prescribed medicines
noun 1. a traveling troupe, especially in the late 1800s, offering entertainment in order to attract customers for the patent medicines or purported cures proffered for sale.
- Medicine wheel
noun 1. a Native American ceremonial tool representing a sacred circle noun a circle of cobble stones built by Native Americans, possibly having astronomical/calendrical, ceremonial, memorial, or spiritual significance