grimoire

[greem-wahr]
noun
a manual of magic or witchcraft used by witches and sorcerers.

Origin:
1850–60; < French, alteration of grammaire ‘grammar’ < Old French gramaire; see grammar

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grimoire (ɡriːmˈwɑː)
 
n
a textbook of sorcery and magic
 
[C19: from French, altered from grammairegrammar; compare glamour]

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