Metoposcopy

Met`o·pos'co·py noun [ Greek ... observing the forehead; ... the forehead + ... to view: confer French métoposcopie .] The study of physiognomy; the art of discovering the character of persons by their features, or the lines of the face.
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metoposcopy

The study of physiognomy. ... Origin: G. Metopon, forehead, + skopeo, to view ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Metoposcopy

• (n.) The study of physiognomy; the art of discovering the character of persons by their features, or the lines of the face.
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metoposcopy

metoposcopy 1. The study of physiognomy; the art of discovering the character of persons by their features, or the lines of the face. 2. The interpretation of facial wrinkles, especially those on the forehead, to determine the character of a person. It is also used as a type of divination and has been used in conjunction with astrology. This pseu...
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metoposcopy

Type: Term Pronunciation: met′ŏ-pos′kŏ-pē Definitions: 1. The study of physiognomy.
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Metoposcopy

Metoposcopy is a form of divination in which the diviner predicts personality, character, and destiny, based on the pattern of lines on the subject`s forehead. It was developed by the 16th century astrologer and physician Jerome Cardan. The 16th century astrologer Giovanni Antonio Magini also concerned himself with this subject. Metoposcopy is pr....
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metoposcopy

fortune-telling or judgement of character by the lines of the forehead
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