adjective orac·u·lar \-ˈra-kyə-lər, ə-\

Definition of ORACULAR

:  resembling an oracle (as in solemnity of delivery)
:  of, relating to, or being an oracle
orac·u·lar·i·ty \-ˌra-kyə-ˈlar-ə-tē\ noun
orac·u·lar·ly \-ˈra-kyə-lər-lē\ adverb

Origin of ORACULAR

Latin oraculum
First Known Use: 1631

Other Religion (Eastern and Other) Terms

Zen, antinomian, avatar, gnosticism, illuminati, ineffable, karma, koan, mantra


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