What does wizardhood mean and what is the common uses of this word, tks in advance.
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I would take it to mean either:
- the status of being a wizard, e.g. Gandalf had questioned his wizardhood, which he could not tolerate.
- the connection among a community of wizards, analogous to brotherhood, e.g. He loved the bond of wizardhood.