Chiromancy



[kahy-ruh-man-see] /ˈkaɪ rəˌmæn si/

noun
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/ˈkaɪrəˌmænsɪ/
noun
1.
another word for palmistry
noun

See cheiromancy
n.

“divination by the hand, palmistry,” 1520s, from French chiromancie (14c.), from Medieval Latin chiromantia, from Late Greek kheiromanteia, from kheiro-, comb. form of kheir “hand” (see chiro-) + -mantia (see -mancy). Related: Chiromancer; chiromantic.

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