rhabdomancy

noun
rhab·​do·​man·​cy | \ˈrab-də-ˌman(t)-sē \

Definition of rhabdomancy 

: divination by rods or wands

Other Words from rhabdomancy

rhabdomancer \ ˈrab-​də-​ˌman(t)-​sər \ noun

First Known Use of rhabdomancy

1646, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rhabdomancy

Late Greek rhabdomanteia, from Greek rhabdos rod + -manteia -mancy

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