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magistery

[ maj-uh-ster-ee, -stuh-ree ]
/ ˈmædʒ əˌstɛr i, -stə ri /
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noun, plural mag·is·ter·ies.
an agency or substance, as in alchemy, to which faculties of healing, transformation, etc., are ascribed.
Obsolete. mastership.
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Origin of magistery

1490–1500; <Latin magisterium, equivalent to magistermaster + -ium-ium
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British Dictionary definitions for magistery

magistery
/ (ˈmædʒɪstərɪ, -trɪ) /

noun plural -teries alchemy
an agency or substance, such as the philosopher's stone, believed to transmute other substances
any substance capable of healing

Word Origin for magistery

C16: from Medieval Latin magisterium, from Latin: mastery, from magister master
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