Wizard may refer to:
Wizard (fantasy)or magician, a person in fantasy or mythology who has studied and practices magic
Wizard (Oz), a character in L. Frank Baum's novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and its movie adaptations
**Wizards ("Discworld"), major characters in Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" series
Wizard (Middle-earth), powerful entities from the writings of J. R. R. Tolkien
Wizard (Archie Comics), an Archie Comics character
Wizard (DC Comics), a DC comics villain and a member of the Injustice Society
Wizard (Marvel Comics), a Fantastic Four villain who has led a number of Frightful Four teams
Film and television
*"The Wizard" (film), a 1989 American film about a skilled video game player
*"The Wizard" (TV series), a short-lived 1980s CBS television series
*"The Wizard" ("Seinfeld" episode), an episode of the television show "Seinfeld"
*"Wizards" (film), a 1977 animated post-apocalyptic fantasy/science fiction film by Ralph Bakshi
Mr. Wizard, the stage name of Don Herbert
Wizard (board game), a 1978 board game released by Metagaming, companion game to Melee
Wizard (card game), a trick-taking card game
Wizard (character class), magic-wielding character types in many role-playing games
**Wizard ("Dungeons & Dragons"), the "Dungeons & Dragons" character class
*"Wizard" (computer game), a 1983 Commodore 64 game that was later re-released in 1986 as "Ultimate Wizard"
*"Wizard" (video game), a game designed by Chris Crawford for the Atari 2600 and released in 2005
*"Wizards" (board game), a board game produced in 1982 by Avalon Hill
Wizards of the Coastor Wizards, a Seattle-based games publisher
Wizard (band), a German power metal/speed metal band
Wizzard, a 1970s British glam rock band
Wizardzz, a noise pop duo featuring Brian Gibson
The Wizzardor Merlin St. Hilaire, Dominican calypso singer
*"Wizard" (EP), an EP by Beto Vázquez Infinity
*"The Wizard" (Black Sabbath song)
*"The Wizard" (Uriah Heep song)
*"The Wizard", one of the theme tunes of the television show "
Top of the Pops"
*"The Wizard", the second track from Albert Ayler's "Spiritual Unity"
Wizard (record label), an Australian record label created by Robie Porter
*"Wizard" (novel), a science fiction novel by John Varley
*"Wizard" (magazine), a magazine about comic books
*"Wizards" (anthology), an anthology of fantasy short fiction edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
* "Wizard" (DC Thomson), a British comic that featured
Wilson of the Wizardand was merged to "Rover"
Fort Wayne Wizards, a team in the Midwest League of professional baseball
Kansas City Wizards, a team in Major League Soccer (Football)
Washington Wizards, a team in the National Basketball Association
Wizard (software), a computer user interface that leads a user through dialog steps
Wizard Robotics, a robotics engineering institute from New Zealand
Wizard Video, a defunct home video company
HTC Wizard, a QWERTY-keyboard pocket PC
Sharp Wizard, a personal organizer released in 1988
Ozzie Smith, baseball player nicknamed "The Wizard"
Juan Quarterone, soccer player nicknamed "El Brujo" or "The Wizard"
Jeff Farmer (footballer), nicknamed "The Wizard"
Grand Wizardand Imperial Wizard, titles in the Ku Klux Klan
GWR Iron Duke Classsteam locomotive
Wizardry", a series of "dungeon crawl" computer games from the 1980s
Wizards of Waverly Place", first aired in 2007
Electric Wizard, a British stoner/doom metal band
Pinball Wizard", a song from The Who's rock opera "Tommy"
Wizard of New Zealand, formerly Ian Brackenbury Channell, orator and eccentric
Thomas Edison, American inventor nicknamed the "Wizard of Menlo Park"
Wizard Cup (disambiguation)
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Wizard — Жанры пауэр метал Годы С 1989 по настоящее время Страна … Википедия
Wizard of Oz — bezeichnet den originalen englischen Titel The Wizard of Oz eines Kinderbuchs, siehe Der Zauberer von Oz den auf dem Buch basierenden US amerikanischen Musicalfilm, siehe Der Zauberer von Oz (1939) ein Experiment in der Mensch Computer… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Wizard — En vivo en la Sala Zitarrosa, abril de 2007 Datos generales Origen Montevideo, Uruguay … Wikipedia Español
wizard — wiz‧ard [ˈwɪzəd ǁ ərd] noun [countable] COMPUTING a piece of software that allows you to install (= put) a program on your computer * * * wizard UK US /ˈwɪzəd/ noun [C] ► IT a piece of software that guides users through a particular task with a… … Financial and business terms
Wizard — Wiz ard, n. [Probably from wise + ard.] 1. A wise man; a sage. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] See how from far upon the eastern road The star led wizards [Magi] haste with odors sweet! Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. One devoted to the black art; a magician; a… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Wizard — Wiz ard, a. 1. Enchanting; charming. Collins. [1913 Webster] 2. Haunted by wizards. [1913 Webster] Where Deva spreads her wizard stream. Milton. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Wizard — Allgemeine … Deutsch Wikipedia
Wizard of Oz — Wizard of Oz, The (1939) a very popular US ↑musical (=a film that uses singing and dancing to tell a story) , based on a children s book by L. Frank Baum. In the film Judy ↑Garland appears as a girl called Dorothy who, with her dog Toto, is… … Dictionary of contemporary English
wizard — [n1] person who can perform magic astrologer, augurer, clairvoyant, conjurer, diviner, enchanter, fortuneteller, hypnotist, magician, magus, medium, necromancer, occultist, palmist, seer, shaman, soothsayer, sorcerer, thaumaturge, warlock, witch; … New thesaurus
wizard — mid 15c., philosopher, sage, from M.E. wys wise (see WISE (Cf. wise) (adj.)) + ARD (Cf. ard). Cf. Lith. zynyste magic, zynys sorcerer, zyne witch, all from zinoti to know. The ground sense is … Etymology dictionary