mage

[meyj]
noun Archaic.
a magician.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French < Latin magus. See Magus

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mage (meɪdʒ)
 
n
an archaic word for magician
 
[C14: from magus]

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mage
c.1400, Anglicized form of magus. An archaic word revived by fantasy games.
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Example sentences
Sinister goblins break in and kidnap the other mage.
He is sort of the evil mage and the vizier character.
Use it to set your pen on when you rum- mage in the drawer, or jump up to answer the phone.
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