Genius: gen·ius n., pl. gen·ius·es.
a. Extraordinary intellectual and creative power.
b.A person of extraordinary intellect and talent: “One is not born a genius, one becomes a genius” (Simone de Beauvoir).
c.A person who has an exceptionally high intelligence quotient, typically above 140.
a.A strong natural talent, aptitude, or inclination: has a genius for choosing the right words.
b.One who has such a talent or inclination: a genius at diplomacy.
The prevailing spirit or distinctive character, as of a place, a person, or an era: the genius of Elizabethan England.
pl. ge·ni·i (jn-.) Roman Mythology A tutelary deity or guardian spirit of a person or place.
A person who has great influence over another.