plural noun, singular Ma·gus [mey-guh s] /ˈmeɪ gəs/
Origin of Magi
OTHER WORDS FROM MagiMa·gi·an [mey-jee-uh n] /ˈmeɪ dʒi ən/, adjective
Examples from the Web for magian
The Magian was now sent to Bactria, and there conducted himself in all respects as Tanyoxarkes.
Description of Zoroaster's legislation, and of the magian national religion, according to the Zend-avesta.A Manual of Ancient History|A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig) Heeren
He is a god made up of Egyptian and Magian forms, the head-plumes belonging to the one, the multiplied wings to the other.Demonology and Devil-lore|Moncure Daniel Conway
Hence he knew of the fact, and, as was fitting, he urged the overthrow of the Magian before all others.
Amytis, who saw what was the Magian's object, warned her son Cambyses not to trust him.