Zelig

Zelig

[zee-lig, zel-ig]
noun
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “blessed.”
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Zelig

[zel-ig]
noun
a chameleonlike person who is unusually ubiquitous.

Origin:
from Leonard Zelig, main character in Zelig, 1984 film by W. Allen

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Main Entry:  zelig
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an omnipresent person; a person who appears to be present everywhere
Etymology:  after Leonard Zelig, hero of the 1983 movie Zelig by Woody Allen
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