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  • magician


    magus - A person regarded as having great wisdom or powers likened to those of a magician. More...

    archimage - A great magician, from Greek archi-, "chief, principal," and Latin magus, "magician." More...

    fascinate, fascinator - Fascinate is derived from Latin fascinare, "to bewitch or enchant," and a fascinator was a magician. More...

    mage, magian - Mage and magian are two other ways to say magician. More...

  • slave


    amanuensis - Literally "slave at hand"—for a literary assistant, especially one who takes dictation or copies manuscripts. More...

    ciao - Also ciau; from Italian, it is an alteration of schiavo, "(I am your) slave." More...

    serve - From Latin servire, "serve," from servus, "slave." More...

    addict - To addict originally meant "to award as a slave"; an addict now is a slave to his/her habit, from Latin addictus, which, in Roman law, meant "a debtor awarded as a slave to his creditor." More...

  • tricks


    snow park - An area of a piste, or ski trail, created for snowboarders and skiers to do tricks. More...

    intricate - From Latin in-, "into," and tricae, "tricks, perplexities." More...

    monkeyshines - A combination of monkey and shines, "capers, tricks." More...

    whist - The game was originally called whisk, from "whisking away" the cards after the tricks had been taken. More...