Inflected Form(s): plural -gies
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin prodigium omen, monster, from pro-, prod- + -igium (akin to aio I say) -- more at ADAGE
1 a : a portentous event : OMEN b : something extraordinary or inexplicable
2 a : an extraordinary, marvelous, or unusual accomplishment, deed, or event b : a highly talented child or youth
I'm known as a prodigy in Tennis.
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