Horoscope

A horoscope is an astrological chart or diagram representing the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, astrological aspects, and sensitive angles at the time of an event, such as the moment of a person`s birth. The word horoscope is derived from Greek words hõra and scopos meaning `time` `observer` (horoskopos, pl. horoskopoi, or `marker(s) ...
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Horoscope

• (n.) A table showing the length of the days and nights at all places. • (n.) The diagram or scheme of twelve houses or signs of the zodiac, into which the whole circuit of the heavens was divided for the purposes of such prediction of fortune. • (n.) The representation made of the aspect of the heavens at the moment of a person`s b...
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horoscope

1. The representation made of the aspect of the heavens at the moment of a person's birth, by which the astrologer professed to foretell the events of the person's life; especially, the sign of the zodiac rising above the horizon at such a moment. The diagram or scheme of twelve houses or signs of the zodiac, into which the whole circuit of the hea...
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horoscope

noun a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place
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Horoscope

[ballet] Horoscope is a ballet created in 1937 by Frederick Ashton with scenery by Sophie Fedorovitch and music by Constant Lambert. It is based on astrological themes, and is reminiscent of Gustav Holst`s The Planets in its musical exploration of the mystical. The story of the ballet concerns a young man and woman who were born in the disj...
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Horoscope

Hor'o·scope noun [ French horoscope , Latin horoscopus , from Greek ..., adj., observing hours or times, esp. observing the hour of birth, noun , a horoscope; ... hour + ... to view, observe. See Hour , and -scope .] 1. (Astrol.) ...
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horoscope

an astrological diagram
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horoscope

horoscope 1. The aspect of the planets and stars at a given moment, as the moment of a person's birth, used in astrology. 2. An astrologer's description of an individual's personality and future based on the position of the planets in relation to the sign of the zodiac under which the person was born. 3. A diagram of the heavens, showing the relat...
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horoscope

horoscope: see astrology.
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horoscope

in astrology, a chart of the heavens, showing the relative positions of the Sun, the Moon, the planets, and the ascendant and midheaven signs of the ... [1 related articles]
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Horoscope

In astrology, horoscope is a scheme or figure of the twelve houses, or twelve signs of the zodiac, in which is marked the disposition of the heavens at a given time and place, and by which astrologers tell the fortunes of persons, according to the position of the stars at the time of their birth. To each of the houses is assigned a particular virtu...
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Horoscope

In this century, the word 'horoscope' has become synonymous with the daily 20-50 word predictions of
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horoscope

In Western astrology, a chart of the position of the Sun, Moon, and planets relative to the zodiac at the moment of birth, used to assess a person's character and forecast future influences. In...
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horoscope

In Western astrology, a chart of the position of the Sun, Moon, and planets relative to the zodiac at the moment of birth, used to assess a person's character and forecast future influences. In casting a horoscope, the astrologer draws a circular diagram divided into 12 sections, or houses, with the 12 signs of the zodiac around the perimeter a...
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horoscope

[n] - a prediction of someone`s future based on the relative positions of the planets 2. [n] - a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place
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