el mago, la maga(
This means that the noun can be masculine or feminine, depending on the gender of person it refers to (e.g. el doctor, la doctora).
1. (enchanter)
a. wizard (masculine)
El mago agitó su varita mágica y convirtió al caballero en burro.The wizard waved his magic wand and turned the knight into a donkey.
b. sorceress (feminine)
La maga les echó un hechizo y se convirtieron en burros.The sorceress put a spell on them and they turned into donkeys.
c. magician
En la cueva vivía una maga que predecía el futuro con su bola de cristal.A magician lived in the cave who predicted the future using her crystal ball.
2. (conjuror)
a. magician
Un truco que suelen hacer los magos es el de sacar un conejo del sombrero.A common trick for a magician is to pull a rabbit out of their hat.
3. (skilled person)
a. wizard
Seguro que arregla la computadora. Es una maga de la informática.I'm sure she can fix the computer. She's a wizard with computer stuff.
A proper noun refers to the name of a person, place, or thing.
proper noun
4. (religious)
a. Magus
Los Magos siguieron una estrella para llegar al portal de Belén.The Magi followed a star to get to the stable in Bethlehem.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (prestidigitador)
a. magician
2. (en cuentos, leyendas)
a. wizard
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magoa maga
1 (prestidigitador) magician
2 (en cuentos) magician; wizard/sorceress
el Mago de Oz the Wizard of Oz; los Reyes Magos the Three Wise Men; the Magi (formal); es un mago de las finanzas he's a financial wizard
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