Origin of nagual
OTHER WORDS FROM nagualna·gual·ism, noun
Words nearby nagual
How to use nagual in a sentence
Nagual is the name by which the sorcerers of Mexico, Indians and aborigines of America, are still designated.From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan|Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
For a nagual, as I have shown, is one thing and a totem is another; nor am I aware that Zulus are totemists.Modern Mythology|Andrew Lang
From this occurrence it will easily be gathered that it is highly dangerous to kill a tamaniu, nagual, or manitou.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
The form nagual instead of nahual, or naual, or nawal has been generally adopted and should be preferred.
It is not impossible that tona is itself a compound root, including the monosyllabic radical na, which is at the basis of nagual.