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hydromancy

noun hy·dro·man·cy \ˈhī-drə-ˌman(t)-sē\

Definition of HYDROMANCY

:  divination by the appearance or motion of liquids (as water)

Origin of HYDROMANCY

Middle English ydromancie, from Middle French hydromancie, from Latin hydromantia, from hydr- + -mantia -mancy
First Known Use: 14th century

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