magie

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Czech[edit]

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magie f

  1. magic

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From Middle French magie, from Latin magīa, from Ancient Greek μαγεία ‎(mageía).

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magie f ‎(plural magies, diminutive magietje n)

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  1. Occult, black or white magic, sorcery; hence supernatural occurrences or phenonomenons
  2. (figuratively) A magical, surprising, facinating ... feat
  3. The art illusionism

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magie

  1. magically
    • 2003, trans. Edwin Grobe, Tri Noveloj de Usona Verkisto Bret Harte, Project Gutenberg transcription
      La videbla parto de la pejzaĝo ŝajnis magie ŝanĝita.
      The visible part of the landscape seemed magically changed.

French[edit]

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From Latin magia.

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magie f ‎(plural magies)

  1. Occult magic
  2. (figuratively) A magical, surprising, fascinating ... feat
  3. The art illusionism

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Italian[edit]

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magie f

  1. plural of magia

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin magīa, from Ancient Greek μαγεία ‎(mageía).

Noun[edit]

magie f ‎(plural magies)

  1. (Jersey) magic