Definitions for magusˈmeɪ gəs

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

Ma•gus*ˈmeɪ gəs(n.)(pl.)-gi

  1. (sometimes l.c.) one of the Magi.

  2. (l.c.) a magician; sorcerer.

  3. (sometimes l.c.) a Zoroastrian priest.

    Category: Eastern Religions

* (-jī)..

Origin of Magus:

1615–25; < L < Gk mágos < OPers maguš; cf. Avestan moγu

Princeton's WordNet

  1. magus(noun)

    a magician or sorcerer of ancient times

  2. magus(noun)

    a member of the Zoroastrian priesthood of the ancient Persians


  1. magus(Noun)

    (common usage) magician, and derogatorily sorcerer, trickster, conjurer, charlatan

  2. magus(Noun)

    (special usage) a Zoroastrian priest

Anagrams of magus

  1. gaums

  2. sagum

Translations for magus

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


tasting like sugar; not sour, salty or bitter

as sweet as honey; Children eat too many sweet foods.

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