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One entry found for horoscope.
Main Entry: horo·scope
Pronunciation: primarystresshodotr-schwa-secondarystressskomacrp, primarystresshär-
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English horoscopum "horoscope," from Latin horoscopus (same meaning), from Greek homacrroskopos, literally, "hour watcher," from homacrra "hour" and skopos "watcher" --related to BISHOP, EPISCOPAL, SCOPE --see Word History at BISHOP
1 : a diagram of the positions of planets and signs of the zodiac used by astrologers to foretell events of a person's life
2 : an astrological forecast

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