Wednesday’s Word – Thaumaturge

Thaumaturge

Noun: (Thaw-muh-turj)

  • a worker of wonders or miracles; magician

Origin:

Thaumaturge is a back formation from the adjective thaumaturgic. It stemsfrom the Greek words thaumatos meaning “wonder, wondrous thing” and ergon meaning “work.” Thaumaturge entered English in the early 1700s.

My Thoughts:

Simply – I could do with a thaumaturge to cure CRPS and Fibromyalgia!

Word details copied from Dictionary.com

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