magus[ mey-guh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF magus
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Broichan, the Magus, had in his possession a female slave from Ireland.
Changed as was Juniper, the Magus was yet more whimsically metamorphosed.
Six came off, and four got their sentence to die at Magus muir.
Mago, which, like magus, implies more dignity than magician or sorcerer.
Magus was out, and Pierre could obtain no information on this phenomenon.
"Not to me," Magus answered promptly, and his eyes grew dull.
The rods seem to have been of tamarisk, and without a magus no kind of sacrifices were performed.
One of the officiating priests—a Magus, as it would seem—confirmed the charge.
Eratque piaculum aras adire, vel hostiam contrectare, antequam Magus conceptis precationibus libamenta diffunderet prcursoria.
And the last Magus shows nothing but his back, disappearing through the door.