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  1. someone who has control over something or someone
  2. owner of an animal or slave
  3. an expert at something
  4. a skilled artist

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From Middle English maister, mayster, meister, from Old English mǣster, mæġster, mæġester, mæġister, magister (“master”), from Latin magister (“chief, teacher, leader”), from Old Latin magester, from mag- (as in magnus (“great”)) + -ester/-ister (compare minister (“servant”)). Reinforced by Old French maistre, mestre from the same Latin source.



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