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From Latin magus.

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Mage

Plural
magi or mages

Mage (plural magi or mages)
  1. Patrono:Fantasy A magician, wizard or sorcerer.

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Mage

  1. matching

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Mage c. (singular definite Magen, plural indefinite Mager)

  1. fellow (one of a pair, or of two things used together)
  2. mate
  3. husband, wife, spouse
  4. match

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Mage (imperative mag, infinitive at mage, present tense mager, past tense magede, past participle har maget)

  1. arrange

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Mage m. (plural Mages)

  1. spécialist in occult sciences foretelling the future
    Après une violente dispute avec son mari, elle consulte un mage qui lui prédit un sombre avenir.
  2. (obsolete) magus: priest of the Zoroaster religion, with the Persians and the Medes.
  3. wise man (one of the three wise men that came from the East to Betlehem for Jesus Christ)
    L’adoration des mages.

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Mage [[Category:Patrono:Fur nouns|Mage]]

  1. stomach

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Mage (kanji , hiragana まげ, romaji mage)

  1. A historical Japanese hair style often seen at Samurais. Nowadays, it is seen as the hairstyle of Sumo wrestlers, Maiko or Geiko, or wedding hair style of brides.

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Mage m.

  1. abdomen, belly, paunch, stomach

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Mage c.

Inflection for Mage Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form Mage magen magar magarna
Possessive form Mages magens magars magarnas
  1. The stomach.
  2. The body part between the thorax and the pelvis; the abdomen, belly.
  3. (in idiomatic expressions) insolence, gall, cheek
    Ni hade alltså mage att komma oinbjudna?
    "So you hade the gall to come uninvited?"

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Mage [[Category:Patrono:Fy nouns|Mage]]

  1. stomach

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