horoscope

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From Middle French horoscope, from Medieval Latin horoscopus, from Ancient Greek ὡροσκόπος (hōroskópos), from ὥρα (hṓra, any limited time) + σκοπός (skopós, watcher).

Noun[edit]

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horoscope (plural horoscopes)

  1. An astrological forecast of a person's future based on such information.
  2. The position of the planets and stars at the moment of someone's birth; a diagram of such positions.

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horoscope m (plural horoscopes)

  1. horoscope (all senses)