10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OENOMANCY»
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An ancient technique, oinomancy was performed by a priestess known as a Bacchante, and protected by Bacchus, the Roman god of wine. Oinomancy is still practiced today, but is rare in the United States.
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
The Grandiloquent Dictionary - Tenth Anniversary Edition
... assessing someone's charm odontalgia - A tooth ache odontomancy -
Divination using teeth odontophobia - The fear of teeth odynophobia - A fear of
pain oenomancy - Divination by wine oenophlygia - The state of being drunk
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
... divination by interpretating the eyes of certain human subjects. odontomancy,
divination by interpreting aches and pains of the teeth or by other types of teeth
examinations. oenomancy, divination by observing the colors and other features
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... J ol, perthynol i chwydd gwyn [iad ; ysmig Oeiliad, il'-iad, s. gwinc, gwing,
amrant- Oenomancy, ï-nom'-an-si, s. gwinarmes; dewiniaeth neu armes gwin
Oeuopolist, i-nop'-o-list, s. gwinwerth- ydd, gwinfarsiandwr Oesophageal, ï-soff-ë'
Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions: Together with Death's Duell
wax into water, Ceromancy†; by currents, Bletonism; by the color and
peculiarities of wine, Oenomancy†. 512.Omen -- N. omen, portent, presage,
prognostic, augury, auspice; sign &c (indication) 550; harbinger &c (precursor) 64
; yule candle†.
John Donne, William Henry Draper, Izaak Walton, 1926
Sacred Places: How the Living Earth Seeks Our Friendship
... lithomancy (reading stones); moleosophy (examining moles on the body);
oenomancy (watching the appearance of wine poured in libation); ophiomancy (
the behavior of snakes); spedomancy (studying ashes); uremancy (interpreting
He Do the Time Police in Different Voices
"Once I even came to this very public house and attempted both oenomancy -
using libations of wine - and gyromancy, being divination performed by walking
in a circle until dizziness supervenes. And I want you to know that the
The Demon Dictionary Volume One: Know Your Enemy. Learn His ...
... we cannot seek communication with them. necyomancy Divination by
examining the nervous system of a corpse. nephelomancy Fortune-telling by
using the clouds as divinatory signs. oenomancy Divination by interpreting the
Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English
See OCULAR, para 3. oenology,oenomancy. See the element oeno; for
oenology cf VINE, para 2. oesophagus. See the element esophago. oestrous,
oestrual,oestrus. See IRASCIBLE, para2. of and off(adv,hence adj—whence n—
A Witch's Craft Volume 1: Dictionary for a Witch's Grimoire
Oenomancy: (OH-na-MAN-see) Divination by studying the appearance of wine.
Offering: This is a presentation made to the God, Goddess or other deity
representing a symbolic sacrifice or act of religious worship. The offering may be