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Term: Claw

DEFINITION:
An amulet made from an animal’s claw provides the wearer with protection according to the strength of the animal. A tiger’s claw amulet will be more powerful than one made from a badger’s claw, for instance. A bear-claw amulet is believed to help women during childbirth.
SOURCE:  The Encyclopedia of Superstitions, by Richard Webster
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