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talesman

[ teylz-muhn, tey-leez-muhn ]
/ ˈteɪlz mən, ˈteɪ liz mən /
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noun, plural tales·men.
a person summoned as one of the tales.
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Origin of talesman

First recorded in 1670–80; tales + man
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