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takeachance
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Not sure were to post this but I'll take a chance here. I'm doing a wand routine and need names from around the world for magic wands. I have septer, staff, and even stick but what do the French, Japanese or Zulu's call a magic wand
Lawrens Godon
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In french > baguette magique (pronunce "bah- get")
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In HINDI - "Jadoo ki Chadi"

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In Georgia 'that thar stick'.
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Many thanks guys, that's great, just what I needed. Gotta luv this Café!
Ola
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In Swedish = Trollstav
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takeachance
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Thanks Ola, these are great! Any Japanese magicians out there with a name for a magic wand?????
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Quote:
On 2008-02-17 14:03, MagicSanta wrote:
In Georgia 'that thar stick'.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
the saddest are, "It might have been"

..........John Greenleaf Whittier
Robert Kohler
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Japanese = IT GO BYBY
We judge ourselves by our intentions - others judge us by our actions.....
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takeachance
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HA,LOL, I'll use that, thanks Robert
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Loool.
Chinese = Mour Fa Gwn
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I looked up translations and it seems wand is wand is wand, maybe you need to look up stick or something.
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Inuit= Santa Club
MagicSanta
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That isn't nice....
oldi
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Swiss german: Zauberschtab
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Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile...can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction, "I served in the United States Navy." J.F.K.
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On a related note, Joe Lantiere's book "The Magician's Wand: A History of Mystical Rods of Power" is a great resource for learning about this topic.
takeachance
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Thanks Gordon, and to everyone else who's added to my knowledge
Mithrandir
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Italian - bacchetta magica (cch) is a "k" sound.
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Spanish is : Varita Magica (magic stick)
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