MIRROR’S EDGE 2
MIRROR’S EDGE 2
1. prankster, imp, rascal.
2. playful, frolicsome.
3. impish, mischievous; roguish.
Etymology: from German Eulenspiegel, plausibly from Dutch Uilenspiegel, a picaresque Robin Hood-type character, literally meaning ‘mirror of owls’, a mischievous hero who cleverly took the mickey out of the Spanish occupation troops during the Eighty Years War.
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1. a woman who prophesies future events.
2. a woman who is reputed to have special powers of divination, as a crystal gazer or palmist; oracle; sibyl.
3. a woman endowed with profound moral and spiritual insight or knowledge; a wise person or sage who possesses intuitive powers.
Etymology: seer (Middle English seen < Old English sēon; cognate with Dutch zien, German sehen, Old Norse sjā, Gothic saihwan) + ess (Middle English -esse < Old French < Late Latin -issa < Greek).