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diviner

[ dih-vahy-ner ]
/ dɪˈvaɪ nər /
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noun
a person who divines; soothsayer; prophet.
a person skilled in using a divining rod.
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Origin of diviner

1300–50; divine + -er1; replacing Middle English divinour<Anglo-French <Late Latin dīvīnātor soothsayer, equivalent to Latin dīvīnā(re) to divine + -tor-tor
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