1 definition by NeoMagus123

1. Originally Latin, Magus as a noun means "mage," or "wizard." Used as an adjective it essentially means "lord," or “sire.”

2. The word primarilly became popular because of a character named Magus from the RPG "Chrono Trigger" by Square Soft.
1.
Joe is a Magus.
Magus Joe is a resonable king.

2.
Ye gods, Magus was such a badass.
by NeoMagus123 December 09, 2004

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