thaumaturgic

[thaw-muh-tur-jik]
adjective
1.
pertaining to a thaumaturge or to thaumaturgy.
2.
having the powers of a thaumaturge.
Also, thaumaturgical.


Origin:
1560–70; < Neo-Latin thaumatūrgicus, equivalent to thaumatūrg(us) wonder worker (< Greek thaumatourgós, equivalent to thaumat- thaumato- + -ourgos; see -urgy, -ous) + -icus -ic

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thaumaturge (ˈθɔːməˌtɜːdʒ)
 
n
rare a performer of miracles; magician
 
[C18: from Medieval Latin thaumaturgus, from Greek thaumatourgos miracle-working, from thaumato- + -ourgos working, from ergon work]
 
'thaumaturgy
 
n
 
thauma'turgic
 
adj

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The half-shut lids are even more suggestive and significant of strange thaumaturgic powers.
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