n.1.A conjurer; a diviner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Discouerie of Witchcraft Wherein the Lewde Dealing of Witches and Witchmongers is Notablie Detected, the Knauerie of Coniurors, the Impietie of lnchantors, the Follie of Soothsaiers, the Impudent Falshood of Cousenors, the Infidelitie of Atheists, the Pestilent Practises of Pythonists, the Curiositie of Figurecasters, the Vanitie of Dreamers, the Beggerlie Art of Alcumystrie, the Abhomination of Idolatrie, the Horrible Art of Poisoning, the Vertue and Power of Naturall Magike, and all the Conueiances of Legierdemaine and higgling are Deciphered: and Many other Things Opened, Which Have Long Lien Hidden, Howbeit Verie Necessarie to be Knowne.