ceraunoscopy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From cerauno- and -scopy. From Ancient Greek κεραυνός (keraunós, lightning, thunderbolt).

Noun[edit]

ceraunoscopy (uncountable)

  1. Divination by interpreting thunder and lightning. A form of aeromancy.
    • 1986 P. Hellweg Insomniac's Dict. x.
      ceraunomancy a form of divination involving thunder or thunderbolts.

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