I. adjective Etymology: Middle English mistik, from Latin mysticus of mysteries, from Greek mystikos, from mystēs initiate Date: 14th century 1. mystical 1a 2. of or relating to mysteries or esoteric rites ; occult 3. of or relating to mysticism or mystics 4. a. mysterious b. obscure, enigmatic c. inducing a feeling of awe or wonder d. having magical properties II. noun Date: 1679 1. a follower of a mystical way of life 2. an advocate of a theory of mysticism

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