Etymology
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chiromancy (n.)

"divination by the hand, palmistry," 1520s, from French chiromancie (14c.), from Medieval Latin chiromantia, from Late Greek kheiromanteia, from kheir "hand" (from PIE root *ghes- "the hand") + -mantia "divination" (see -mancy). Related: Chiromancer; chiromantic.

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Definitions of chiromancy

chiromancy (n.)
telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand;
Synonyms: palmistry / palm reading / chirology
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