magico-religious

adjective
mag·​i·​co-religious | \¦majə̇ˌkō+\

Definition of magico-religious 

: of, belonging to, or having the character of a body of magical practices intended to cause a supernatural being to produce or prevent a specific result (as an increase of the crops)

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History and Etymology for magico-religious

magic entry 2 + -o- + religious

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