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This tag should be used for questions about choosing the right words for the context of your writing. Questions about etymology and grammar are off-topic.

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There are at least as many problems with "pyromagus": "Pyro-", "necro-" and "-mancy" are Greek, "magus" is Latin. "-mancy" (manteia) is a practice, a magus is a person. Magus is, originally, a Zoroa …
answered Aug 27 '19 by aniline