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Definition of the noun Mago

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Mago is the vernacular name of the Hernandia sonora, a species of Hernandia.

  • geographic area: Caribbean

People

  1. Mago, son of Hamilcar Barca, also spelled Magon, Phoenician MGN, "God sent", was a member of the Barcid family, and played an important role in the Second Punic War, leading forces of Carthage against the Roman Republic in Hispania, Gallia Cisalpina and Italy. Mago was the third son of Hamilcar Barca, brother to Hannibal and Hasdrubal, and brother-in-law to Hasdrubal the Fair.
    • also known as 马戈·巴卡
    • born in 0242 B.C. (2257 years ago), child of Hamilcar Barca
    • nationality: Roman Republic
    • died in 0202 B.C. (2217 years ago)
  2. Mago was a Carthaginian writer, author of an agricultural manual in Punic which was a record of the farming knowledge of Carthage. The Punic text has been lost, but some fragments of Greek and Latin translations survive.
  3. Mago was a costume designer.
    • also known as Max Goldstein
    • born on (90 years ago) in Berlin
    • nationality: Germany, Sweden
    • profession: Costume designer
    • died on (7 years ago) in Stockholm
  4. Mago was commander of the Carthaginian fleet and army in Sicily in 344 BC. When Timoleon had made himself master of the citadel of Syracuse after the departure of Dionysius, Hicetas, finding himself unable to cope single-handed with this new and formidable rival, called in the assistance of Mago, who appeared before Syracuse with a fleet of 150 triremes, and an army of 50,000 men. He did not, however, accomplish anything worthy of so great a force; not only were both he and Hicetas unable to make any impression on the island citadel, but while they were engaged in an expedition against Catania, Neon, the Corinthian governor of Syracuse, took advantage of their absence to make himself master of Achradina. Jealousies likewise arose between the Carthaginians and their Syracusan allies, and at length Mago, becoming apprehensive of treachery, suddenly relinquished the enterprise, and on the approach of Timoleon at the head of a very inferior force, sailed away with his whole fleet, and withdrew to Carthage.
  5. Mago was commander of the Carthaginian fleet under Himilco in the war against Dionysius I of Syracuse, 396 BCE.
  6. Mago a.k.a. Muhamad Safril Sarwono: Mohammed Safril Sarwono is the husband of Cut Mini Theo.

There are other people with in their name, like Malik Mago, Steve Mago, Liz Mago Bosh, Liz Mago Bosch, El pequeño mago, Ayuub Kasasa Mago, Scarlet Jenine Mago and Francisco Mago Leccia.

Group

Mago is a musical group.

  • members:
  • album: "Definition of Raw Moments From a Different Perspective"

Characters

  1. Mago is a fictional character based on Mago, the third son of Hamilcar Barca, brother to Hannibal and Hasdrubal.
  2. Mago is a fictional character from the 1999 film O Trapalhão e a Luz Azul.

There are other characters with in their name, like El Mago and Il Mago.

Film

"Mago" a.k.a. "Margo" is a 2013 documentary short film written and directed by Frank Stiefel.

Music

  1. "Mago" is a jazz album released by Billy Martin and John Medeski of the jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood. Mago was recorded over two days in July 2006, and was produced by Martin. The duets album features Martin on drums and Medeski on Hammond B3 organ.
  2. "Mago" is a composition.

Miscellanea

Mago a.k.a. mago-nashi homolog 2 is a gene.

Phrases with Mago

Phrases starting with the word Mago:

  1. Mago Pexus
  2. Mago procax
  3. Mago silvae
  4. Mago Saperda
  5. Mago vicanus
  6. Mago fonsecai
  7. Mago intentus
  8. Mago opiparis
  9. Mago acutidens
  10. Mago fasciatus
  11. Mago longidens
  12. Mago chickeringi
  13. Mago dentichelis
  14. Mago pauciaculeis
  15. Mago steindachneri

Phrase ending with the word Mago:

  1. Wallengrenia Mago

Other phrases containing the word Mago:

  1. Species Mago Pexus
  2. species Mago procax
  3. species Mago silvae
  4. Species Mago Saperda

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Mago

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Google previewMegagauss Magnetic Field Generation, Its Application to Science and Ultra-high Pulsed-power Technology (2004)

Proceedings of the VIIIth International Conference on Megagauss Magnetic Field Generation and Related Topics : Tallahassee, Florida, USA, 18-23 October 1998 by Hans J. Schneider-Muntau

MAGO is a unique discharge in two cylindrical chambers joined by an annular nozzle. Los Alamos 2-D resistive magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) computations show substantial agreement with the early dynamics of the discharge as evidenced ...

Google previewMago's Dream (2013)

Meeting with the Soul of the Earth by Ilchi Lee

Directly translated, Mago means ancient mother. This is not to be confused with an image of an old hag or a witch,

Google previewThe Call of Sedona (2012)

Journey of the Heart by Ilchi Lee

Meaning “mother earth” and “earth spirit,” Mago is a name that appears in the book Budoji, written around 400 CE by Jesang Park, a famous scholar during the Shilla Dynasty in ancient Korea. In the Western tradition, this same concept is ...

Google previewComputational Intelligence (2015)

International Joint Conference, IJCCI 2014 Rome, Italy, October 22-24, 2014 Revised Selected Papers by Juan Julian Merelo, Agostinho Rosa, José M. Cadenas, António Dourado, Kurosh Madani, Joaquim Filipe

MAGO is a real-valued evolutionary algorithm, so that the representation of the individual is a vector containing the controller parameters. The parameters are positive values in a continuous domain (Table 5). The fitness function is in Eq. (9) .

Google previewThe Sibyls (2007)

Demystifying the Absence of the African Ancestress: The First Prophetess of Mami (Wata) by Mama Zogbé

”1 Additionally, the word Mago is the feminine counterpart to the masc. word Magi, meaning ...

Google previewPower and Magic in Italy (2010)

by Hauschild

A mago is a man but there is no such thing as a maga. Yet no one can argue that Linda is not just as talented in these things as Zi Ton or the dottore, and is perhaps more honest than the two put together. There are also famous healer women ...

Google previewTransnational Mobilities in Early Modern Theater (2016)

by Robert Henke, Eric Nicholson

The Mago is a model for ...

Google previewCell Lineage and Embryo Patterning (2000)

Mago is a highly conserved FIG. 4 Steps in the assembly of the germ plasm at the posterior pole of the oocyte and embryo. Anterior is to the left, and dorsal is up. (A ) and (B) are magnified by four relative to (C) to (F). The illustration is patterned ...

Google previewMami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled Vol. I

Additionally, the word Mago is the feminine counterpart to the masc. word Magi, meaning masters of divine spirit and esoteric knowledge. The use of mermaid imagery in the Mami Wata Vodoun tradition has been a dominate feature since ...

Google previewAb Urbe Condita (2006)

by Livy, Dexter Hoyos

Hannibal's youngest brother Mago is a vigorous, ruthless, but less talented version of the general. At Rome, there is the splendidly irascible Marcus Livius who, after sulking in the Senate for some years, is forced to become consul and win the ...

Google previewHard Spell (2011)

An Occult Crimes Unit Investigation by Justin Gustainis

There was a silence that Vollman finally broke by saying, "And remember the Opus Mago is a forbidden book precisely because it contains spells to be used for invoking the most potent of the dark forces, which are precisely the kind of powers ...

Google previewAll Music Guide to Rock (2002)

The Definitive Guide to Rock, Pop, and Soul by Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Tago Mago is that rarity of the early '70s. a double album without a wasted note, ranging from sweetly gentle float to full-on monster grooves. "Paperhouse" starts things brilliantly, beginning with a low-key chime and beat, before amping up into ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language (1838)

by Joseph Bosworth

mago : Dan. mave с : Swed. mage m : Ice!, magi т.] The MAW, stomach ; stoma- chus:— Scint. 12: Elf. gl.— Magen- abenung, magan-abla- wung, magan-abundenncs a distention of the stomach, ...

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Scrabble value of M3A1G2O1

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