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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North., Divinator Div"i*na`tor, n. [L. See Divination.] One who practices or pretends to divination; a diviner. [R.] --Burton., Divinatory Di*vin"a*to*ry, a. [Cf. F. divinatoire.] Professing, or relating to, divination. ``A natural divinatory instinct.' --Cowley., Divine Di*vine", v. i. 1. To use or practice divination; to foretell by divination; to utter prognostications. The prophets thereof divine for money. --Micah iii. 11. 2. To have or feel a presage or foreboding. Suggest but truth to my divining thoughts. --Shak. 3. To conjecture or guess; as, to divine rightly., Divine Di*vine", a. [Compar. Diviner; superl. Divinest.] [F. divin, L. divinus divine, divinely inspired, fr. divus, dius, belonging to a deity; akin to Gr. ?, and L. deus, God. See Deity.] 1. Of or belonging to God; as, divine perfections; the divine will. ``The immensity of the divine nature.' --Paley. 2. Proceeding from God; as, divine judgments. ``Divine protection.' --Bacon. 3. Appropriated to God, or celebrating his praise; religious; pious; holy; as, divine service; divine songs; divine worship. 4. Pertaining to, or proceeding from, a deity; partaking of the nature of a god or the gods. ``The divine Apollo said.' --Shak. 5. Godlike; heavenly; excellent in the highest degree; supremely admirable; apparently above what is human. In this application, the word admits of comparison; as, the divinest mind. Sir J. Davies. ``The divine Desdemona.' --Shak. A divine sentence is in the lips of the king. --Prov. xvi. 10. But not to one in this benighted age Is that diviner inspiration given. --Gray. 6. Presageful; foreboding; prescient. [Obs.] Yet oft his heart, divine of something ill, Misgave him. --Milton. 7. Relating to divinity or theology. Church history and other divine learning. --South. Syn: Supernatural; superhuman; godlike; heavenly; celestial; pious; holy; sacred; pre["e]minent., Divine Di*vine", n. [L. divinus a soothsayer, LL., a theologian. See Divine, a.] 1. One skilled in divinity; a theologian. ``Poets were the first divines.' --Denham. 2. A minister of the gospel; a priest; a clergyman. The first divines of New England were surpassed by none in extensive erudition. --J. Woodbridge., Divine Di*vine", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Divined; p. pr. & vb. n. Divining.] [L. divinare: cf. F. deviner. See Divination.] 1. To foresee or foreknow; to detect; to anticipate; to conjecture. A sagacity which divined the evil designs. --Bancroft. 2. To foretell; to predict; to presage. Darest thou . . . divine his downfall? --Shak. 3. To render divine; to deify. [Obs.] Living on earth like angel new divined. --Spenser. Syn: To foretell; predict; presage; prophesy; prognosticate; forebode; guess; conjecture; surmise., Divine Di*vine", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Divined; p. pr. & vb. n. Divining.] [L. divinare: cf. F. deviner. See Divination.] 1. To foresee or foreknow; to detect; to anticipate; to conjecture. A sagacity which divined the evil designs. --Bancroft. 2. To foretell; to predict; to presage. Darest thou . . . divine his downfall? --Shak. 3. To render divine; to deify. [Obs.] Living on earth like angel new divined. --Spenser. Syn: To foretell; predict; presage; prophesy; prognosticate; forebode; guess; conjecture; surmise., Divinely Di*vine"ly, adv. 1. In a divine or godlike manner; holily; admirably or excellently in a supreme degree. Most divinely fair. --Tennyson. 2. By the agency or influence of God. Divinely set apart . . . to be a preacher of righteousness. --Macaulay., Divinement Di*vine"ment, n. Divination. [Obs.], Divineness Di*vine"ness, n. The quality of being divine; superhuman or supreme excellence. --Shak., Diviner Di*vin"er, n. 1. One who professes divination; one who pretends to predict events, or to reveal occult things, by supernatural means. The diviners have seen a lie, and have told false dreams; they comfort in vain. --Zech. x. 2. 2. A conjecture; a guesser; one who makes out occult things. --Locke., Divineress Di*vin"er*ess, n. A woman who divines. --Dryden., Diving Div"ing, a. That dives or is used or diving. Diving beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle of the family Dytiscid[ae], which habitually lives under water; -- called also water tiger. Diving bell, a hollow inverted vessel, sometimes bell-shaped, in which men may descend and work under water, respiration being sustained by the compressed air at the top, by fresh air pumped in through a tube from above. Diving dress. See Submarine armor, under Submarine. Diving stone, a kind of jasper., Diving Div"ing, a. That dives or is used or diving. Diving beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle of the family Dytiscid[ae], which habitually lives under water; -- called also water tiger. Diving bell, a hollow inverted vessel, sometimes bell-shaped, in which men may descend and work under water, respiration being sustained by the compressed air at the top, by fresh air pumped in through a tube from above. Diving dress. See Submarine armor, under Submarine. Diving stone, a kind of jasper., Diving Div"ing, a. That dives or is used or diving. Diving beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle of the family Dytiscid[ae], which habitually lives under water; -- called also water tiger. Diving bell, a hollow inverted vessel, sometimes bell-shaped, in which men may descend and work under water, respiration being sustained by the compressed air at the top, by fresh air pumped in through a tube from above. Diving dress. See Submarine armor, under Submarine. Diving stone, a kind of jasper., Diving Div"ing, a. That dives or is used or diving. Diving beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle of the family Dytiscid[ae], which habitually lives under water; -- called also water tiger. Diving bell, a hollow inverted vessel, sometimes bell-shaped, in which men may descend and work under water, respiration being sustained by the compressed air at the top, by fresh air pumped in through a tube from above. Diving dress. See Submarine armor, under Submarine. Diving stone, a kind of jasper., Water spider Wa"ter spi"der (Zo["o]l.) (a) An aquatic European spider (Argyoneta aquatica) which constructs its web beneath the surface of the water on water plants. It lives in a bell-shaped structure of silk, open beneath like a diving bell, and filled with air which the spider carries down in the form of small bubbles attached one at a time to the spinnerets and hind feet. Called also diving spider. (b) A water mite. (c) Any spider that habitually lives on or about the water, especially the large American species (Dolomedes lanceolatus) which runs rapidly on the surface of water; -- called also raft spider., Diving Div"ing, a. That dives or is used or diving. Diving beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle of the family Dytiscid[ae], which habitually lives under water; -- called also water tiger. Diving bell, a hollow inverted vessel, sometimes bell-shaped, in which men may descend and work under water, respiration being sustained by the compressed air at the top, by fresh air pumped in through a tube from above. Diving dress. See Submarine armor, under Submarine. Diving stone, a kind of jasper., Divinify Di*vin"i*fy, v. t. [L. divinus divine + -fy.] To render divine; to deify. [Obs.] ``Blessed and divinified soul.' --Parth. Sacra (1633)., Divine Di*vine", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Divined; p. pr. & vb. n. Divining.] [L. divinare: cf. F. deviner. See Divination.] 1. To foresee or foreknow; to detect; to anticipate; to conjecture. A sagacity which divined the evil designs. --Bancroft. 2. To foretell; to predict; to presage. Darest thou . . . divine his downfall? --Shak. 3. To render divine; to deify. [Obs.] Living on earth like angel new divined. --Spenser. Syn: To foretell; predict; presage; prophesy; prognosticate; forebode; guess; conjecture; surmise., Divining Di*vin"ing, a. That divines; for divining. Divining rod, a rod, commonly of witch hazel, with forked branches, used by those who pretend to discover water or metals under ground., Divining Di*vin"ing, a. That divines; for divining. Divining rod, a rod, commonly of witch hazel, with forked branches, used by those who pretend to discover water or metals under ground., Diviningly Di*vin"ing*ly, adv. In a divining manner., Divinistre Div`i*nis"tre, n. A diviner. [Obs.] `` I am no divinistre.' --Chaucer., Divinity calf Di*vin"i*ty calf` (Bookbinding) Calf stained dark brown and worked without gilding, often used for theological books., Divinization Div`i*ni*za"tion, n. A making divine. --M. Arnold., Divinize Div"i*nize, v. t. To invest with a divine character; to deify. [R.] --M. Arnold. Man had divinized all those objects of awe. --Milman., Subdivine Sub`di*vine", a. Partaking of divinity; divine in a partial or lower degree. --Bp. Hall.


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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North., Divinator Div"i*na`tor, n. [L. See Divination.] One who practices or pretends to divination; a diviner. [R.] --Burton., Divinatory Di*vin"a*to*ry, a. [Cf. F. divinatoire.] Professing, or relating to, divination. ``A natural divinatory instinct.' --Cowley.


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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North., Divinator Div"i*na`tor, n. [L. See Divination.] One who practices or pretends to divination; a diviner. [R.] --Burton., Divinatory Di*vin"a*to*ry, a. [Cf. F. divinatoire.] Professing, or relating to, divination. ``A natural divinatory instinct.' --Cowley.


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- divina is a village and municipality in Žilina district in the Žilina region of northern slovakia . history: in historical records the
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- she currently works for other independent promotions under the ring name divina fly. in tna, she was a one-time knockouts tag team
- in christianity , lectio divina (latin for divine reading) is a traditional benedictine practice of scriptural reading, meditation and
- divina mary galica mbe (born 13 august 1944) is an english sportswoman, best known for her olympics career and her motorsport racing
- mascarita divina (born march 1, 1983) is the ring name of a mexican luchador enmascarado , or masked professional wrestler .
- in ancient rome , res divinae, singular res divina (latin for 'divine matters,' that is, the service of the gods), were the laws that
- nemesis divina (latin for 'divine nemesis') is the third studio album by norwegian black metal band satyricon . it was released on 22
- ms msc divina is a cruise ship owned and operated by msc cruises . she was constructed from 2010–2012, and was originally called the msc
- divinas palabras (english : divine words) is a 1987 spanish film directed by josé luis garcía sánchez . it stars ana belén , francisco



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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North., Divinator Div"i*na`tor, n. [L. See Divination.] One who practices or pretends to divination; a diviner. [R.] --Burton., Divinatory Di*vin"a*to*ry, a. [Cf. F. divinatoire.] Professing, or relating to, divination. ``A natural divinatory instinct.' --Cowley.


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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North.


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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North.


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- modern systems of runic divination are based on hermeticism , classical occultism , and the i ching . historical evidence: file:brakteat von
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- mo is a form of divination that is part of the culture and religion of tibet . the tibetan people consult mo when making important



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Divination Div`i*na"tion, n. [L. divinatio, fr. divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, fr. divinus: cf. F. divination. See Divine.] 1. The act of divining; a foreseeing or foretelling of future events; the pretended art discovering secret or future by preternatural means. There shall not be found among you any one that . . . useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter. --Deut. xviii. 10. Note: Among the ancient heathen philosophers natural divination was supposed to be effected by a divine afflatus; artificial divination by certain rites, omens, or appearances, as the flight of birds, entrails of animals, etc. 2. An indication of what is future or secret; augury omen; conjectural presage; prediction. Birds which do give a happy divination of things to come. --Sir T. North.


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- if a distinction is to be made between divination and fortune-telling , divination has a more formal or ritualistic element and often
- divination: divination. file:early 20th century yoruba divination board. jpg , early 20th century yoruba divination board one of the most
- among the many forms of divination is a bibliomancy method using the i ching (易經) or book of changes. the book is structured as 32
- modern systems of runic divination are based on hermeticism , classical occultism , and the i ching . historical evidence: file:brakteat von
- divination-divination is the art of predicting the future. various methods are described, including tea leaves , fire omens , crystal
- de gébelin also asserted that the romani people (gypsies), who were among the first to use cards for divination, were descendants of the
- it was accepted as a practical system of divination . these practices were influenced further by taoism , buddhism and shintoism , and
- episode 10 'divination': alan davies was absent for the recording of this episode, as it clashed with his favourite football team, arsenal
- innumerable methods of divination can be found around the world, and many cultures practice the same methods under different names.
- mo is a form of divination that is part of the culture and religion of tibet . the tibetan people consult mo when making important