The word ‘tundra’ is the most commonly used prefix in the word ‘voodoo’, so many people use it interchangeably.
Voodoo dolls mean ‘blue Tundra’.
The term is actually derived from the Indian word ‘Vayu’, which means ‘blue, untamed’.
“Voodoo” is a contraction of the word voodoo.
Voodoo is the name given to the traditional Indian religion of the Incas and the Maya who ruled in the New World from approximately 500BC to 1538AD.
In recent decades, the term “voodoo” has also been used to describe many forms of the supernatural, from astrology to witchcraft.
“People often use voodoo to refer to the way the spirits work or to the magic of the place they come from,” said Mark P. Jones, director of the Center for Research in the Paranormal at the University of Washington.
The word “voucher” is derived from “vowre”, meaning “to give, give to”.
Vouchers are used in many cultures around the world, from traditional currencies to religious offerings.
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