noun me·tag·no·my \-nəmē\

Definition of metagnomy



  1. :  divination recent investigations … incline the student of psychic research toward a decidedly antispiritist explanation of metagnomy — H. H. U. Cross

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Origin and Etymology of metagnomy

French métagnomie, from méta- meta- + -gnomie -gnomy

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to criticize severely

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