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mage Line breaks: mage
Pronunciation: /meɪdʒ/

Definition of mage in English:


archaic or , literary
A magician or learned person.
Example sentences
  • What comfort it is to know I will have the protection of a mage in the Magician Guild!
  • In the room were mages, sorceresses and spokesmen from all known branches of magic.


Late Middle English: anglicized form of Latin magus (see magus).

Words that rhyme with mage

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