urg-, [erg-], -urgy, -urgia, -urgical, -urgically, -urgist, -urge

(Greek: work)

This urg- is a transformation of those which are located in the erg- unit.

thaumaturgic (adjective), more thaumaturgic, most thaumaturgic
1. Descriptive of the performance of miracles or magic.
2. A reference to the art of constructing marvelous or apparently magical devices.
thaumaturgy (s) (noun), thaumaturgies (pl)
The production of miracles or magic: Janice was very interested in wizardry and decided to take a course in thaumaturgy in order to learn different kinds of supernatural powers; including, conjuring, witchcraft, and unusual revelations.
The performance of wonders or miracles.

A successful rendition of magic.
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The performance of magic.

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Cross references related to "work, toil" word families: argo-; ergasio-; ergo-; labor-; oper-; pono-.