Origin of nagual
Related formsna·gual·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for nagual
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.
After various ceremonies, the child he was teaching was told to advance and embrace the Nagual.
That is, assigned the form of the nagual belonging to the sick man.Nagualism|Daniel G. Brinton