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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Tarnkappe, armory, badge, badge of office, badges, baton, blazonry, brassard, button, caduceus, cap and gown, cap of darkness, chain, chain of office, class ring, cockade, collar, crook, crosier, cross, cross-staff, decoration, divining rod, doodlebug, dowser, dowsing, dowsing rod, dress, eagle, emblems, ensigns, fasces, fern seed, figurehead, fleur-de-lis, gavel, hammer and sickle, heraldry, insignia, lapel pin, livery, mace, magic belt, magic carpet, magic ring, magic spectacles, magic wand, mantle, markings, medal, merrythought, mortarboard, old school tie, pin, portfolio, regalia, ring, rod, rod of office, rose, scepter, school ring, seven-league boots, shamrock, sigillography, skull and crossbones, sphragistics, staff, swastika, tartan, thistle, tie, truncheon, uniform, verge, wand of office, water witch, water witching, wish-bringer, wish-giver, wishbone, wishing bone, wishing cap, wishing stone, wishing well, witching, witching stick
Dictionary Results for wand:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
wand
    n 1: a rod used by a magician or water diviner
    2: a thin supple twig or rod; "stems bearing slender wands of
       flowers"
    3: a ceremonial or emblematic staff [syn: scepter, sceptre,
       verge, wand]
    4: a thin tapered rod used by a conductor to lead an orchestra
       or choir [syn: baton, wand]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Wand \Wand\, n. [Of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. v["o]ndr, akin to
   Dan. vaand, Goth. wandus; perhaps originally, a pliant twig,
   and akin to E. wind to turn.]
   1. A small stick; a rod; a verge.
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            With good smart blows of a wand on his back.
                                                  --Locke.
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   2. Specifically:
      (a) A staff of authority.
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                Though he had both spurs and wand, they seemed
                rather marks of sovereignty than instruments of
                punishment.                       --Sir P.
                                                  Sidney.
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      (b) A rod used by conjurers, diviners, magicians, etc.
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                Picus bore a buckler in his hand;
                His other waved a long divining wand. --Dryden.
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   Wand of peace (Scots Law), a wand, or staff, carried by the
      messenger of a court, which he breaks when deforced (that
      is, hindered from executing process), as a symbol of the
      deforcement, and protest for remedy of law. --Burrill.
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3. V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (September 2014)
WAND
       Wide Area Network Distribution (WAN)
       

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