Via Lascivia

noun Via La·sci·via \-ləˈsivēə\

Definition of Via Lascivia

  1. :  a line on the palm that appears as a sister line to the line of Mercury and is usually held by palmists to indicate intensity of sentiments and sometimes sensuality

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Origin and Etymology of via lascivia

New Latin, literally, lascivious path

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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