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A magician or sorcerer.
[From Middle English mages, magicians, variant of magi; see magus.]
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an archaic word for magician
[C14: from magus]
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[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French < Latin magus]
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mage, magian - Mage and magian are two other ways to say magician.
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An old word for a magician.
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