Definition of mage in English:

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mage

Pronunciation: /meɪdʒ/

noun

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.

Origin

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

Words that rhyme with mage

age, assuage, backstage, cage, downstage, engage, enrage, gage, gauge, multistage, offstage, onstage, Osage, page, Paige, rage, rampage, sage, stage, swage, under-age, upstage, wage

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