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Wizard

Wiz´ard
n.1.A wise man; a sage.
2.One devoted to the black art; a magician; a conjurer; a sorcerer; an enchanter.
The wily wizard must be caught.
- Dryden.
a.1.Enchanting; charming.
2.Haunted by wizards.
Where Deva spreads her wizard stream.
- Milton.
Noun1.wizard - someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
2.Wizardwizard - one who practices magic or sorcery
Adj.1.wizard - possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers; "charming incantations"; "magic signs that protect against adverse influence"; "a magical spell"; "'tis now the very witching time of night"- Shakespeare; "wizard wands"; "wizardly powers"
1.wizard - A person who knows how a complex piece of software or hardware works (that is, who groks it); especially someone who can find and fix bugs quickly in an emergency. Someone is a hacker if he or she has general hacking ability, but is a wizard with respect to something only if he or she has specific detailed knowledge of that thing. A good hacker could become a wizard for something given the time to study it.
2.wizard - A person who is permitted to do things forbidden to ordinary people; one who has wheel privileges on a system.
3.wizard - A Unix expert, especially a Unix systems programmer. This usage is well enough established that "Unix Wizard" is a recognised job title at some corporations and to most headhunters.

See guru, lord high fixer. See also deep magic, heavy wizardry, incantation, magic, mutter, rain dance, voodoo programming, wave a dead chicken.
4.wizard - An interactive help utility that guides the user through a potentially complex task, such as configuring a PPP driver to work with a new modem. Wizards are often implemented as a sequence of dialog boxes which the user can move forward and backward through, filling in the details required. The implication is that the expertise of a human wizard in one of the above senses is encapsulated in the software wizard, allowing the average user to perform expertly.
To see a wizard in your dream, foretells of loss, inconvenience and broken engagements.Comus, Faust, OK, ace, ace-high, artist, authority, bad, bang-up, bonzer, boss, bully, but good, conjurer, cool, corking, crackerjack, dandy, delicious, diabolist, diviner, dowser, ducky, enchanter, fab, fine and dandy, first-rater, gear, genius, good hand, great, groovy, heavy, hot, hunky-dory, jam-up, just dandy, keen, mage, magus, mahatma, man of genius, marvy, master, master hand, mastermind, mean, miracle-worker, neat, necromancer, nifty, nobby, okay, out of sight, past master, peachy, peachy-keen, practiced hand, prodigy, professional, proficient, ripping, rum, sage, scrumptious, skilled hand, slap-up, smashing, solid, something else, sorcerer, spiffing, spiffy, star, stunning, superstar, swell, thaumaturge, thaumaturgist, theurgist, topnotcher, tough, virtuoso, warlock, water witch, whiz
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