Ring of Solomon

Ring of Sol·o·mon \-ˈsäləmən\

Definition of Ring of Solomon

  1. :  a small line forming a semicircle around the base of the finger of Jupiter and usually held by palmists to indicate a love of and possible proficiency in occult studies

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Origin and Etymology of ring of solomon

after Solomon, †about 933 b.c. king of Israel noted for his wisdom


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