horoscopes

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Definition of horoscopes in English Turkish dictionary

horoscope
burç
horoscope
yıldız fal

Kız kardeşim yıldız falını okumadan güne başlamaz. - My sister can't start the day without reading her horoscope.

horoscope
horoskop
horoscope
yıldız falı

Kız kardeşim yıldız falını okumadan güne başlamaz. - My sister can't start the day without reading her horoscope.

horoscope
{i} zayiçe
horoscope
cast a horoscope zayiçesine bakmak
English - English
plural of horoscope
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the position of the planets and stars at the moment of someone's birth; a diagram of such positions
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a astrological forecast of a person's future based on such information
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{n} a figure of the heavens at the birth
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the position of the planets and stars at the moment of someones birth; a diagram of such positions
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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
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A table showing the length of the days and nights at all places
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The symbolic, usually two-dimensional representation of the heavens, from a particular place at a particular time
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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
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a prediction of someone's future based on the relative positions of the planets
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a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place
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Symbolic map of the heavens based on a specific birth time, place and date
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A horoscope is sometimes referred to as a "Natal Chart" or a "Birth Chart" This chart shows the positions of the planets relative to the Earth at the moment an individual is born This chart can tell an astrologer, or the person having their chart done, all about their personality so that the individual can make wiser choices about how they conduct their daily affairs
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a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place a prediction of someone's future based on the relative positions of the planets
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{i} diagram of the positions of heavenly bodies and signs of the zodiac at any given time (used by astrologers to predict future events); prediction made using an astrological diagram
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Your horoscope is a prediction of events which some people believe will happen to you in the future. Horoscopes are based on the position of the stars when you were born. a description of your character and the things that will happen to you, based on the position of the stars and planets at the time of your birth zodiac (horoskopos, from hora + skopein ). Astrological chart showing the positions of the sun, moon, and planets in relation to the signs of the zodiac at a specific time. It is used to analyze the character of individuals born at that time, providing information about the current state of their life and predicting their future. Basic to a horoscope is the belief that each heavenly body has its own character, which is modified according to its relation to other celestial bodies at a given moment. To cast a horoscope, the heavens are divided into 12 zones called houses; these influence such aspects of human life as health, wealth, marriage, friendships, or death. See also astrology
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The planisphere invented by Jean Paduanus
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1 a diagram of the heavens, showing the relative position of planets and the signs of the zodiac, as at the moment of a person's birth, used esp to predict events in a person's life 2 predictions or advice for the future, based on such a diagram
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a astrological forecast of a persons future based on such information
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A diagram showing the precise position of all the planets at the given time
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A chart of the heavens cast for a particular moment in time, as reflected at a particular place on the Earth's surface The construction and interpretation of the horoscope is the basis of astrological practice
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A chart that shows the positions of planets at the time of someone's birth Not only that, the horoscope also shows where the positions of the sun, moon, and even constellations are Horoscopes are also used to predict the future or to read someone's character
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From the Greek horoskopos (horo- hour + skopos watching, from skopion look at, examine) The basic tool of astrology An image or map by which the relative positions of stellar bodies are plotted according to how they appear from the perspective of the earth at a specific time and place, to be accorded meaning through a process of astrological interpretation
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A map or chart of the position of the planets in the heavens at the exact time and place of birth The map covers the entire sky, a full Circle of three hundred sixty degrees It is also called a natal chart
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Observation of the celestial state (especially the sign rising over the eastern horizon) at a given moment (hour) and place Alternative words for horoscope of birth, which do not specify precision, include natal chart and birth chart
horoscopes

    Turkish pronunciation

    hôrıskōps

    Pronunciation

    /ˈhôrəˌskōps/ /ˈhɔːrəˌskoʊps/

    Etymology

    [ hor-&-"skOp, här- ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English oruscope, from Middle French horoscope, from Latin horoscopus, from Greek hOroskopos, from hOra + skopos watcher; akin to Greek skopein to look at; more at SPY.

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