[koo-rahn-de-raw; English koor-uhn-dair-oh]
noun, plural curanderos [koo-rahn-de-raws; English koor-uhn-dair-ohz] . Spanish.
a folk healer or medicine man who uses herbs or hallucinogenic plants, magic, and spiritualism to treat illness, induce visions, impart traditional wisdom, etc. Unabridged
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a Mexican man who practices healing techniques inherited from the Mayans 
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Example sentences
Most patients arrived at the curandero's home in the afternoon and stayed several days.
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