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archimage (s) (AHR-kuh-mayj) (noun), archimages (pl)
1. A great magician, wizard, or enchanter: Jasmin was told that she had an ancestor in ancient Rome who was an archimage and that people went to him because they were convinced that his prophecies and magical performances were important for their well-being.
2. Etymology: from Greek archi-, "chief, principal" + Greek magos, "magician" and from Latin magi, plural of magus, "magician, learned magician".
A great magician.
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A chief wizard.
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A powerful magician; a great wizard. (2)