The wise men that met the baby Jesus at the Epiphany (traditionally considered to be three in number). (proper-noun)
The three bright stars that form Orion's Belt. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Magi
The novel, set against a present-day backdrop in which a group of secret magi have been fighting a hidden war against the Faerie Courts for hundred of years, starts with the discovery of a Merlin here a title representing a supremely powerful magician who can change the course of the ongoing war -- Arthur's Ambrose was merely one of the line, and the attempts by the Magi and two Faerie Courts to woo her.
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The practice of Zoroastrianism regarding the use of astrological sciences caused derivatives of the term Magi to be applied to the occult in general and led to the English term magic.
The term Magi is a title for the priestly caste of Zoroastrianism, which is quite possibly the oldest of the creedal religions.
The date of this meeting had been carefully calculated by the astrologers within the Order, who were known as the Magi in honor of the three priest-kings who foresaw the birth of Jesus.