Definitions for "Prodigy"
Something extraordinary, or out of the usual course of nature, from which omens are drawn; a portent; as, eclipses and meteors were anciently deemed prodigies.
Anything so extraordinary as to excite wonder or astonishment; a marvel; as, a prodigy of learning.
a person having extraordinary talent or ability
Keywords:  electronica, sbc, punk, defunct, hop
This article refers to the now defunct Prodigy Communications Corporation that was purchased by SBC Communications, Inc. in 2001. For information on SBC's current status, see AT&T.
This article is about the hip-hop MC known as Prodigy. For the British electronica/dance-punk band see The Prodigy.
Keywords:  sears, ibm, msn, compuserve, aol
An on-line system run by IBM and Sears. If you have a Prodigy account, [email protected] is your Internet address, where username is your Prodigy user name.
a private computer on-line network, owned by IBM. See MSN, AOL, CompuServe.
One of the major online services.
A popular commercial online service.
A commercial online service that gives its subscribers access to the Internet in addition to its other features.
A child (usually under age 10) who is able to perform at an adult level in a specific skill. Unlike savants, prodigies often have high intelligence and are aware of their thinking strategies.
Human trained to use free immaculum for simple attentions; very rare.
Keywords:  consortium, member
a member of the consortium
Prescribing rationally with decision support in general practice study.
A production out of ordinary course of nature; an abnormal development; a monster.