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As paraphernalia ( plural word ; from ancient Greek para "beside" and pherna "gift") is called:

  • In the older legal language, the bride's personal property, which was brought into the marriage in addition to the dowry, see Paraphernalia (legal history)
  • Grave goods, see grave goods
  • Items belonging to a special cult, see cult item
  • the tools and objects required in ritual magic, shamanism and other magical practices, see Paraphernalia (magic)
  • Items that can be used to consume drugs , such as pipes, syringes and the like