magique

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AdjectiveEdit

magique (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of magic.

NounEdit

magique (countable and uncountable, plural magiques)

  1. Obsolete form of magic.
    • 1653, William Basse, “The Metamorphosis of the Wallnut-tree of Borestall. In an Eglogue and 3 Cantos, betweene Jasper and Jefferye.”, in J[ohn] P[ayne] C[ollier], editor, The Pastorals and Other Workes of William Basse. [] (Miscellaneous Tracts, Temp. Eliz. & Jac. I), [London: s.n.], published 1870, OCLC 1062069941, canto 2, stanza 19, page 122:
      But by what magique I, that here have ſtood / Four hunderd yeares (thou know’ſt how truly ſpoke), / Can now remove, think’ſt thou?

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magique (plural magiques)

  1. magic, magical

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Middle EnglishEdit

NounEdit

magique

  1. Alternative form of magik

AdjectiveEdit

magique

  1. Alternative form of magik