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Ouija board

/ (ˈwiːdʒə) /
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noun

trademark a board on which are marked the letters of the alphabet. Answers to questions are spelt out by a pointer or glass held by the fingertips of the participants, and are supposedly formed by spiritual forces

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Word Origin for Ouija board

C19: from French oui yes + German ja yes

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