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Meanings of "ritual" in Spanish English Dictionary : 13 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
ritual rito [m]
ritual ritual [m]
General
ritual ritual [adj]
ritual ritualista [adj]
ritual sacramental [adj]
ritual ritual [m/adj]
ritual liturgia [f]
ritual forma [f]
ritual ordinal [adj]
ritual ceremonia [f]
Law
ritual ceremonial [m]
Medicine
ritual ritual [m]
Religion
ritual manual [m]

Meanings of "ritual" in English Spanish Dictionary : 9 result(s)

Spanish English
Common
ritual [m] rite
ritual [m] ritual
General
ritual [adj] ritual
ritual [m/adj] ritual
ritual [adj] ceremonial
ritual [m] ceremonial
ritual [m] form
Medicine
ritual [m] ritual
Religion
ritual [m] ordinal

Meanings of "ritual" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 61 result(s)

English Spanish
General
african ritual bembé [m] CU
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] CU DO PR
good luck ritual cábala [f] BO CL
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] PY rur.
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] VE:W
traditional folk dance performed by young women and that forms part of the ritual dances dedicated to the virgin mary cullaca [f] CL
person who, without being a doctor, performs empirical or ritual healing chamarrera [f] VE rur.
ritual consisting of spraying or sprinkling liquor on the ground in homage to mother earth or pachamama chaya [f] CL:N AR:Nw
ritual offering to mother earth as payment to the gods compostura [f] HN:W
superstition based on the use of a certain amulet or ritual for good luck kabalá [f] PA
superstition based on the use of a certain amulet or ritual for good luck kábala [f] DO EC
superstition based on the use of a certain amulet or ritual for good luck kabalá [f] PA
be initiated into santeria through a complicated ritual asentarse [v] CU
(in santeria) cure or free someone from some evil using a ritual involving shaking certain herbs around the body while making invocations limpiar [v] CU
free someone of bad luck using a santeria ritual despojar [v] DO PR
african heritage ritual where drums are played bembé [m] CU
dance popular in northern chile that is danced by a couple using a handkerchief and which simulates a courting ritual cachimbo [m] CL
person who, without being a doctor, performs empirical or ritual healing chamarrero [m] VE rur.
ritual vase, usually made of clay or silver with zoomorphic decoration used to serve chicha chuyerito [m] AR:Nw
protective ritual or spirit in afro-cuban religion guardiero [m] CU
ritual game played by eight men who each carried a spear topped with two iron arrow heads that they throw at each other juego de la rueda [m] HN
curative ritual officiated by a machi witchdoctor, among the mapuche machitún [m] CL
ritual dance leader pajaritero [m] NI
ritual in which an offering is made to pachamama mother earth for successful crops or a favor pago [m] HN:W SV:W PE BO:W rur.
garifuna magico-religious ritual for good health from the north coast of nicaragua walagallo [m] NI
dance ritual in honor of a deceased person banco [m] DO
Idioms
carry out a ritual involving prayers and ceremonies in the place where someone died in an accident levantar el espíritu [v] HN:C,W
carry out a ritual involving prayers and ceremonies in the place where someone died in an accident levantar al semejante [v] HN
carry out a ritual involving prayers and ceremonies in the place where someone died in an accident levantar el espíritu [v] HN:C,W
Colloquial
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] PA rur.
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] AR
superstition based on using a particular amulet or ritual for good luck cábula [f] UY rare
Medicine
compulsive ritual ritual compulsivo
ritual circumcision circuncisión ritual
Psychology
ritual abuse abuso ritual
courtship ritual ritual de cortejo
Music
ritual dance with sticks cañutos [m/pl] DO
instruments used for ritual dance cañutos [m/pl] DO
Religion
santeria ritual used to free someone from bad luck despojo [m] CU DO PR
Folklore
ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on the ground as an offering to mother earth or pachamama challa [f] BO:W,C,S CL:Nw AR:Nw
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challa (del quechua) [f] BO:W,C,S
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challa de carnaval [f] BO:W,C,S
ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on the ground as an offering to mother earth or pachamama challada [f] BO:W,C,S
ritual that involves burning candies, llama wool dyed different colors, incense, herbs, nuts, and other items, in honor of andean divinities like mother earth cowa [f] BO
ritual ceremony in which witch doctors or healers distribute objects on a table or table cloth while reciting prayers mesada [f] PE:Se
ritual dance of the yaqui pascola [f] MX:Nw
ritual in which an offering is made to mother earth paga [f] BO
in certain ritual ceremonies, inhale a mix of herbs, tobacco and alcohol singar [v] PE
ritual through which a spirit is transported to the afterlife (popular religion) despacho [m] DO
(in the carnival festival) ritual that consists of sprinkling alcohol on real estate, vehicles, and places of work challacu [m] BO:W,C,S
masked character who represents a warrior during the ritual festivities celebrated in honor of san luis coraza [m] EC:C,N
a ritual dance in which standard bearers, flute players, and jesters participate accompanied by the drum and war cry juego [m] HN
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident nahuite [m] SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento de la cruz [m] SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento de sombra [m] HN
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento del espíritu [m] HN SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento del ánima [m] HN SV
fist fight between two indigenous communities in a ritual to prepare for the planting season nuwasi [m] BO
ritual dance of the tarahumara indigenous people rutúburi [m] MX
ritual performed in honor of the dead sikín [m] GT HN:W
ritual sacrifice, generally of a sheep or llama, offered by the mallkus aymara leaders for fertility wilancha [m] PE