Definition of tarot
: any of a set of usually 78 playing cards including 22 pictorial cards used for fortune-telling
Recent Examples of tarot from the Web
An interactive art station livens up the sculpture park, while tarot cards illuminate your future.
A Very Vintage Market SAT Vintage, antiques, crafts by 40 vendors, food, tarot readings, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave.
Cocktail choices are printed on decks of vintage tarot cards, many of which cycle in and out of the deck daily, said beverage director Liz Pearce.
In addition to the music, the lineup will include a reading by Jade T. Perry and tarot readings by Alia Ra'naa Walston.
The new store launched in September 2016 with a marketplace featuring ceramics and T-shirts from local sellers, tarot readings and beignets from Cafe du Monde.
Bond is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organization and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.
There are all these girls that are into witchery and tarot and crystals.
Some psychiatrists will lump such techniques into the same waste bin as tarot cards and crystal healing, and advise patients to instead try one of the standard therapies widely endorsed by government health regulators.
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Origin and Etymology of tarot
Middle French, from Italian tarocchi (plural)
First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
TAROT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tarot for English Language Learners
: a set of 78 cards with pictures and symbols that is used to see what will happen in the future
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