chiromancy

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noun chi·ro·man·cy \ˈkī-rə-ˌman(t)-sē\

Definition of chiromancy

chiromancer

play \-ˌman(t)-sər\ noun

Origin and Etymology of chiromancy

probably from Medieval French chiromancie, from Medieval Latin chiromantia, from Greek cheir- chir- + -manteia -mancy


First Known Use: circa 1528


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