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" An observation of the heavens at the hour of a person's birth, by which the astrologer predicted the events of his life : a diagram of the heavens for this purpose : the point of the heavens arising above the eastern horizon when a prediction is to be... "
Chambers's English Dictionary: Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological ... - Página 386
editado por - 1872 - 952 páginas
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Chambers's etymological dictionary of the English language, ed. by J. Donald

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1867
...//••• art or practice of measuring time. [Gr. hdra, and me iron, a measure. "I horoscope. hor'o-skGp, n. an observation of the heavens at the hour of a...eastern horizon when a prediction is to be made. [Gr. hdroskopos—hSra, and skoped, to observe.] :opy, hor-oslcop-i, n. the art of predicting the :nts of...
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Chamber's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language

James Donald - 1868 - 583 páginas
...art or practice of measuring time. [Gr. hora, and meirvtt, a measure. ] horoscope, hor'o-skop, «. an observation of the heavens at the hour of a person's...by which the astrologer predicted the events of his Ufe : a diagram of the heavens for this purpose : the point of the heavens arising above the eastern...
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Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language

William Chambers - 1882 - 600 páginas
...mfasuring time.— adj. Horomot rieal. [Gr. Avrti, an hour, and metrnn, a measure. ] Horoscope, horVakOp, n. an observation of the heavens at the hour of a...the astrologer predicted the events of his life : a representation of the heavens for this purpose. [Fr. — L.— Gr. hdroskopot—hora, an hour, and...
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Chambers's etymological dictionary of the English language, ed. by J. Donald

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1882
...time* — adj. Horomet'ncal. [Gr. *Ma, an hour, and inetron, a measure.] Horoscope, hor'o-skop, ». an observation of the heavens at the hour of a person's...the astrologer predicted the events of his life : a representation of the heavens for this purpose. [гг.— L.— Gr. horoskopo^—hora, an hour, and...
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THE AMERICAN DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

PROFESSOR DANIEL LYONS - 1899
...— аф'. HoROMET'RICAL. [Gr. höra, an hour, and metron, a measure.] HOROSCOPE, hor'o-sköp, ». an observation of the heavens at the hour of a person's...the astrologer predicted the events of his life : a representation of the heavens for this purpose. [Fr. — L. — Gr. horoskopos — Лбга, an hour,...
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Significant Etymology: Or, Roots, Stems, and Branches of the English Language

James Mitchell - 1908 - 479 páginas
...without making up one's mind. The word horoscope signifies an observation of the heavens, or the time of a person's birth, by which the astrologer predicted the events of his life — viz., by the aspect of the stars at the time of birth. It is generally taken for granted that the...
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Notes on the Life of Noah Webster, Volumen1

Emily Ellsworth Ford Skeel - 1912 - 1122 páginas
...«., the art or practice of measuring time* [Gr. hSra, and metron, a measure,] horoscope, hor'o-skCp, n. an observation of the heavens at the hour of a...arising above the eastern horizon when a prediction is to-be made. [Gr. dra, and shoped, to observe.] horOKopy, hor-osTcop-i, n. the art of predicting the...
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