Definition of horoscopy in English:

horoscopy

noun

Astrology

See horoscope

  • ‘George, meanwhile, has abandoned horoscopy for numerology.’
  • ‘A study of the female horoscopy will be of immense interest in view of the rapid advancement that women are making from all walks of life.’
  • ‘It perhaps started in the practice of horoscopy, which is commonly utilised, but has developed into a complex science.’
  • ‘The Tajika System of annual horoscopy employs a chart cast for every year of life based on the solar return.’
  • ‘The fatalistic quality of Javanese horoscopy is readily apparent in four different interpretations for Selasa Pon, which I have freely translated below.’

Pronunciation

horoscopy

/hɒˈrɒskəpi/