Magi

Magi (aɪ; Latin plural of magus; μάγος magos; Old Persian: {script|Xpeo|
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Magi

• (n. pl.) A caste of priests, philosophers, and magicians, among the ancient Persians; hence, any holy men or sages of the East.
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Magi

Ma'gi noun plural [ Latin , plural of Magus , Greek ...; of Persian origin. Confer Mage , Magic .] A caste of priests, philosophers, and magicians, among the ancient Persians; hence, any holy men or sages of the East. « The inspired Magi from the Orient came.&#x...
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Magi

in Christian tradition, the noble pilgrims `from the East` who followed a miraculous guiding star to Bethlehem, where they paid homage to the infant ... [6 related articles]
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Magi

In Enochian, Magi is a minor angel.
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Magi

Magi (mā'jī) , priestly caste of ancient Persia. Probably Median in origin, they were, according to Herodotus, a tribe rather than a priestly family. Zoroaster is thought to have been a Magus. Study of the Magi is hampered by the lack of original source material. They are thought to ...
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magi

Priests of the Zoroastrian religion of ancient Persia, noted for their knowledge of astrology. The term is used in the New Testament of the Latin Vulgate Bible where the Authorized Version gives...
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magi

Priests of the Zoroastrian religion of ancient Persia, noted for their knowledge of astrology. The term is used in the New Testament of the Latin Vulgate Bible where the Authorized Version gives `wise men`. The magi who came to visit the infant Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh (the Adoration of the Magi) were in later tra...
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Magi

The Magi were an order of hereditary priests and teachers among the ancient Medes and Persians set apart to manage the sacred rites, and preserve and propagate the sacred traditions, acting also as diviners and astrologers. They had a great deal of political power. On the death of Cambyses, one Magi asserted that he was Smerdis, a son of Cyrus and ...
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Magi

The wise men from the East who brought gifts for the baby Jesus
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