Origin of thaumaturge
Examples from the Web for thaumaturgist
If you are childish and exhibit your saint as a worker of wonders, a thaumaturgist, I am repelled.
Apparently they had been in some way concealed in the waistcoat of the thaumaturgist; but how did they get into the horn?Acrobats and Mountebanks|Hugues Le Roux
Mr. Maydig started violently at the change, and stood looking from the thaumaturgist to the bowl of flowers.Tales of Space and Time|Herbert George Wells
Your best plan is to lay it all on the shoulders of Hananja, the thaumaturgist; we have owed him a grudge this many a day.A Thorny Path [Per Aspera], Complete|Georg Ebers
Circumstances seem to indicate that he became a thaumaturgist late in life and against his own inclinations.
British Dictionary definitions for thaumaturgist
Word Origin for thaumaturge
Word Origin and History for thaumaturgist
1620s (implied in thaumaturgical), from Modern Latin, from Greek thaumatourgos "wonder-working, conjurer," from thauma (genitive thaumatos) "wonder, wonderous thing," literally "a thing to look at" (from root of theater) + ergon "work" (see urge (v.)).