line of Mars

Definition of line of Mars

  1. :  a line on the hand that rises on the lower Mount of Mars and forms an arc around the Mount of Venus inside the line of Life and that is usually held by palmists to strengthen the line of Life and sometimes to indicate martial qualities —called also line of Protection

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Origin and Etymology of line of mars

after Mars, Roman god of war and agriculture, from Latin Mart-, Mars


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