supernatural or occult knowledge; clairvoyance.
knowledge about distant events alleged to have been obtained without the use of any normal sensory mechanism Compare clairvoyance
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a son of Odysseus and Circe who unknowingly killed his father and eventually married Penelope. 2. a son of Proteus and the husband of Io who was killed by Hercules in a wrestling match. noun 1. (Greek myth) a son of Odysseus and Circe, who sought his father and mistakenly killed […]
noun 1. a former belief that a sire can influence the characteristics of the progeny of the female parent and subsequent mates. noun 1. (genetics) the supposed influence of a previous sire on offspring borne by a female to other sires
noun 1. a message or communication sent by telegraph; a telegraphic dispatch. verb (used with or without object), telegrammed, telegramming. 2. to telegraph. noun 1. a communication transmitted by telegraph See also cable (sense 5), Telemessage