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noun (plural: prodigies)
  1. something from which omens are drawn. (archaic)
  2. an amazing or marvellous thing.
  3. a wonderful example of something.
    Hence a (child) prodigy, a naturally extremely talented child; or a prodigy house, one developed much beyond the standard of its time.

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