Prodigy

A child (usually under age 10) who is able to perform at an adult level in a specific skill. Unlike savants, prodigies often have high intelligence and are aware of their thinking strategies.

prodigy

The spontaneous and unusual manifestation of the divine will, for example, rain of blood or ashes, lightning in a clear sky, etc. Gave rise to an expiatory ceremony.

prodigy

[n] - an unusually talented or intelligent child
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Prodigy

Prod'i·gy noun ; plural Prodigies . [ Latin prodigium ; pro before + (perh.) a word appearing in adagium adage: confer French prodige . Confer Adage . ] 1. Something extraordinary, or out of the usual course of nature, from which omens are dr...
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prodigy

noun an impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality; `the Marines are expected to perform prodigies of valor`
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Prodigy

• (n.) Something extraordinary, or out of the usual course of nature, from which omens are drawn; a portent; as, eclipses and meteors were anciently deemed prodigies. • (n.) A production out of ordinary course of nature; an abnormal development; a monster. • (n.) Anything so extraordinary as to excite wonder or astonishment; a marvel...
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prodigy

a child who, by about age 10, performs at the level of a highly trained adult in a particular sphere of activity or knowledge. In this sense, neither ...
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prodigy

prodigy, prodigies 1. A person (or people) with exceptional talents or powers: 'She surprised her parents with her math prodigy.' 2. An act or event so extraordinary or rare as to inspire wonder. 3. An impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality. 4. An unusually gifted or intelligent (young) person; someone whose talents excite wonder...
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Prodigy

[David Alleyne] He was originally a mutant with the ability to absorb the knowledge and skills of anyone within a limited distance. He could not control this ability and would forget his acquired knowledge once they became out of range. He attends the Xavier Institute and becomes co-leader of the New Mutants training squad. After the events...
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Prodigy

[online service] Prodigy Communications Corporation (Prodigy Services Corp., Prodigy Services Co., Trintex) was an online service that offered its subscribers access to a broad range of networked services, including news, weather, shopping, bulletin boards, games, polls, expert columns, banking, stocks, travel, and a variety of other featur...
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Prodigy

[video game] Prodigy is an upcoming tactical role-playing video game under development by Hanakai Studio. The game features figurines representing characters in the game, and uses cards to control their behaviors, such as attacking. Both cards and figurines are placed on a game board, with their position on the board influencing their power...
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prodigy

an unusually gifted or intelligent person
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