telegnosis

noun
tel·egno·sis | \¦telə¦nōsə̇s, ˌtelˌegˈn-\
plural -es

Definition of telegnosis 

: knowledge of distant happenings obtained by occult or unknown means : clairvoyance

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Other Words from telegnosis

telegnostic \¦⸗(ˌ)⸗¦nästik \ adjective

History and Etymology for telegnosis

New Latin, from tel- entry 1 + -gnosis

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