mundane house

noun

Definition of mundane house

  1. :  one of the twelve equal sectors in which the celestial sphere is divided in judicial astrology by six great circles intersecting at the north and south points of the horizon and which are regarded as fixed with respect to the horizon, the stars and planets passing through them each 24 hours — see horoscope

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