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Oxford dictionary definition of the word talisman:
noun (plural talismans)
an object, typically an inscribed ring or stone, that is thought to have magic powers and to bring good luck:
those rings, so fresh and gleaming, were their talismans
a dolphin talisman would ensure a safe journey on land or at sea
he called me his good luck talisman
mid 17th century: based on Arabic ṭilsam, apparently from an alteration of late Greek telesma ‘completion, religious rite’, from telein ‘complete, perform a rite’, from telos ‘result, end’