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mage

[meyj] /meɪdʒ/
noun, Archaic.
1.
a magician.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English < Middle French < Latin magus. See Magus
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  • Sinister goblins break in and kidnap the other mage.
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British Dictionary definitions for mage

mage

/meɪdʒ/
noun
1.
an archaic word for magician
Word Origin
C14: from magus
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Word Origin and History for mage
n.

"magician," c.1400, anglicized form of Latin magus "magician" (see magi). An "archaic" word by late 19c. (OED), revived by fantasy games.

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