Definition of aeromancy
: divination from the state of the air or from atmospheric substances; also : weather forecasting
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Origin and Etymology of aeromancy
Middle English aeromancie, alteration (influenced by Middle French aeromancie or Medieval Latin aeromantia) of aeromaunce, from (assumed) Middle French aeromance, from Medieval Latin aeromantia, from Latin aer- + -mantia -mancy
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