A conjurer; an enchanter; a magician.
another common term for a thaumaturgist; some cultures associate the term with using magic to harm, while other culture consider it a synonym for wizard and equally non-pejorative.
one who practices magic or sorcery
a mage or wizard who uses items containing arcane to use magick
a man with knowledge of magic, a witch normally a woman with supernatural forces
a natural spellcaster who gains the ability to use magic without formal study
an evil mage who worships the Archdemon Yves
a person who pretends to have magic powers, and practices witchcraft
a person who uses power gained from the assistance or control of evil spirits, especially for divining
a spellcaster with innate magical ability
A male that has made a pact with the devil in exchange for magical powers.
a male who uses sorcery or magic.
Wizard or witch.
A male who has made a pact with the devil in exchange for magic powers.
Sorcerer is a Linux distribution, that is, an operating system based on the Linux kernel plus a set of applications. It is source-based, that is, it downloads and compiles source code to install a program. It uses terminology based on magic, e.g., a package (program or library) is termed a "spell", to install a package you "cast" that spell, and to remove a package you "dispel" that spell.
Sorcerer is an interactive fiction computer game written by Steve Meretzky and released by Infocom in 1984. It is the second game in the magic-themed "Enchanter trilogy", preceded by Enchanter and followed by Spellbreaker. It is Infocom's eleventh game.
In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, the sorcerer is one of the base character classes. A sorcerer is weak in mÃªlÃ©e combat, but a master of arcane magic, the most generally powerful form of D&D magic. Sorcerers' magical ability is innate rather than studied.