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solunar
• adjective relating to the combined influence or conjunction of the sun and moon.
— origin late 18th cent.: blend of Sol and lunar.
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enneagram
noun a nine-sided figure used in a particular system of analysis to represent the spectrum of possible personality types.
— origin from Greek ennea ‘nine’ + -gram.
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nymphaeum
• noun (pl. nymphaea) a grotto or shrine dedicated to a nymph or nymphs.
— origin via Latin from Greek.

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scry
• verb (scries, scrying, scried) [no obj.] foretell the future using a crystal ball or other reflective object or surface.
— derivatives
scryer noun.
— origin early 16th cent.: shortening of descry.
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therianthropic
• adjective (especially of a deity) combining the form of an animal with that of a man.
— origin late 19th cent.: from Greek therion ‘wild animal’ + anthropos ‘human being’ + -ic.

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