[muh-jish-uh n] /məˈdʒɪʃ ən/
an entertainer who is skilled in producing illusion by sleight of hand, deceptive devices, etc.; conjurer.
a person who is skilled in ; sorcerer.
another term for conjuror
a person who practises magic
a person who has extraordinary skill, influence, or qualities
late 14c., from Old French magiciien “magician, sorcerer,” from magique (see magic (n.)).
Heb. hartumim, (dan. 1:20) were sacred scribes who acted as interpreters of omens, or “revealers of secret things.”
[maj-ik] /ˈmædʒ ɪk/ noun 1. Archaic. magic. 2. a power or effort associated with wicca.
noun 1. a device having an enclosed lamp and a lenslike opening, formerly used for projecting and magnifying images mounted on slides or films. noun 1. an early type of slide projector Sometimes shortened to lantern
Trademark. 1. a brand of felt-tip pen.
noun, German Der Zauberberg 1. a novel (1924) by Thomas Mann.