Translation of enchantress in Spanish:


maga, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈtʃæntrəs/ /ɛnˈtʃæntrəs/ /ɪnˈtʃɑːntrəs/

See Spanish definition of maga


  • 1

    (female magician)
    maga feminine
    hechicera feminine
    • There were four ranks a person could be - witch or wizard, mage, enchanter or enchantress, and sorcerer or sorceress.
    • Enchanters and enchantresses are people who possess sorcery, witchcraft, and either white or black magic.
    • The title of the opera comes about because the comely and charming Nastasya is considered to be an enchantress, to have magic powers to enchant men.
    • A Siren is a singing enchantress, part woman and part bird, who lures sailors to their doom.
    • They were all enchanters and enchantresses, for the city of Nevada was strictly forbidden to mortals.
    • It speaks of jousts, tournaments, wizards, falconry, enchantresses, damsels in distress, wars, quests, and the code of chivalry.
    • There were elves, wizards, enchantresses, noblemen, and the esteemed king himself.
    • In Mary Poppins that woman is more of a female entity, somewhere between a witch and a fairy, a gifted enchantress who floats down from the skies, propelled by an open, parrot-handled black umbrella.
    • Circe was a legendary enchantress in Greek mythology whose charms few could resist.
    • Love was like an enchantress seducing them with its magic.
    • I started down the road toward the Enchanted Forest, and toward the despicable enchantress that was probably awaiting my arrival.
    • Elsewhere, various and sundry monsters, sea serpents, dragons and bare-breasted enchantresses were dealt with methodically.
    • She had long, flowing red hair that had streaks of black in it, making her look like a combination of a tiger and an enchantress.
    • The enchantress had cursed not only me, but also the entire castle.
    • You both are goddesses and enchantresses, and the three powers you share are thought speak, telekenisis and time travel.
    • It is the classic tale of a young knight who falls in love with Ondine, the female water-sprite of Scandinavian legend, an enchantress and seductress who is still capable of love.
    • She is a goddess and enchantress, also daughter of the sun.
    • For a second after that revealing instant, the enchantress once again turned her brilliant, captivating smile toward the prince.
  • 2

    (seductive woman)
    mujer hechicera feminine
    mujer cautivadora feminine
    • English enchantress Beth Orton may have been the odd man out on the bill yet her gentle folk and sweet charm seemed to warm a crowd clearly unfamiliar with her material.
    • She's a raconteur, an enchantress and a dreamer.