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soothsayer (n.)

mid-14c., zoþ ziggere (Kentish), "one who speaks truth,;" late 14c., sothseggere, "fortune-teller;" see sooth + say. Old English had soðsagu "act of speaking the truth."

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Definitions of soothsayer from WordNet

soothsayer (n.)
someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge);
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