The word "charisma" is a noun that describes a characteristic or quality that gives a person special influence, authority or charm over other people. In a theological sense, it also means a divinely conferred gift or quality.
The plural form of charisma is charismata. An example of how the word charisma is used in a sentence is as follows: "Due to his experience as well as his charisma, the prime minister was elected by an overwhelming majority vote." Another example of charisma used in a sentence is, "The con man used his charisma to sell the gullible couple a fake time share."