listen to the pronunciation of sorcery
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} büyü

Kalabalıktan gelen uğursuz bir ses Bunun arkasında büyücülük var dedi. - There is sorcery behind this, said a sinister voice coming from the crowd.

{i} büyücülük

Kalabalıktan gelen uğursuz bir ses Bunun arkasında büyücülük var dedi. - There is sorcery behind this, said a sinister voice coming from the crowd.

fascination, charm; spell, sorcery
cazibe, çekicilik, büyü, büyücülük
practise sorcery
büyü yapmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Appearance of magical power
Magical power
Supposedly evil magic
{n} magic, enchantment, witchcraft
{i} casting of magic spells, witchcraft, black magic
Divination by the assistance, or supposed assistance, of evil spirits, or the power of commanding evil spirits; magic; necromancy; witchcraft; enchantment
The type of Mysticism used by sorcerers
Sorcery is magic performed by using the power of evil spirits. = witchcraft. magic that uses the power of evil forces (sorcerie, from sorcier , from sortiarius, from sors; SORT)
Rituals that attempt to control the supernatural for evil purposes See magic
Effect Spell
the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world
A kind of black magic in which evil is invoked by means of diabolical intervention; a violation of the virtue of religion
is the ability to weave and cast spells A time consuming process, each spell must be made specifically for a unique use Once triggered, a spell is expended, and cannot be repeated without another lengthy process of spell creation
sword and sorcery
Of or pertaining to a genre of narratives—including short stories, novels, television shows, films, and computer games—which combines wizardry and other fantastical supernatural elements with violent combat using medieval weaponry

In the typical Sword and Sorcery novel, the setting resembles the misty landscape of Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, in that larger-than-life heroes struggle against strange and nightmarish antagonists.

Alternative spelling of sword and sorcery
witchcraft and sorcery
Use of alleged supernatural powers, usually to control people or events. Sorcery is sometimes distinguished from witchcraft in that sorcery may be practiced by anyone with the appropriate knowledge, using charms, spells, or potions, whereas witchcraft is considered to result from inherent mystical power and to be practiced by invisible means. Modern witches, however, claim that their craft is learned, and therefore another distinction between witchcraft and sorcery is that sorcery is always used with evil intent. Controversies over witchcraft and sorcery have been especially prevalent in close-knit communities experiencing decline or misfortune and embroiled in petty social conflict and scapegoating. In ancient Greece, witchcraft was mentioned as early as Homer (see Circe). The best-known sorceress in Classical times was the legendary Medea. The Roman Horace describes two witches in his Satires. The Bible contains several references to witches, notably the Witch of Endor consulted by Saul (1 Samuel 28). The early Church Fathers held that witchcraft was a delusion and denounced its practice. In the Middle Ages, witchcraft was believed to involve demonic possession. It was also associated with heresy and so came within the scope of the Inquisition. In the witch-hunts of the 16th-17th centuries, European courts frequently regarded witches and sorcerers alike as candidates for burning. Although estimates of the number killed vary widely, it is likely that between 40,000 and 60,000 people were executed and many more were tortured and imprisoned during the witch-hunts. In the 20th century the modern witchcraft movement, Wicca, was established and promoted respect for nature and a pantheistic worldview. Belief in witchcraft is apparent in traditional societies throughout the world. The Navajo protect themselves against witches with sand or pollen paintings, and in African societies people seek aid from medical doctors and witch doctors, the former for treatment of the "external" causes of the illness and the latter for the "internal". See also magic; Salem witch trials