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Thaumaturgus (s) (noun); Thaumaturgi, Thaumaturguses (pl)
A worker of miracles; a title which some Roman Catholics once gave to certain saints: St. Bernard, abbot of Clairvaux (1090-1153), known as the mellifluous doctor for his wisdom and influence, was said to be so effective in his work for the Church that he acquired the title Thaumaturgus of the West.
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