a rod, especially a forked stick, commonly of hazel, supposed to be useful in locating underground water, metal deposits, etc.
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Origin of divining rod
First recorded in 1745–55
Also called dowsing rod.
Definition for dowsing rod (2 of 2)
[ dou-zer ]
/ ˈdaʊ zər /
Also called dowsing rod [dou-zing] /ˈdaʊ zɪŋ/. divining rod.
a person skilled in its use.
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British Dictionary definitions for dowsing rod (1 of 2)
/ (ˈdaʊzɪŋ) /
another name for divining rod
British Dictionary definitions for dowsing rod (2 of 2)
a rod, usually a forked hazel twig, said to move or dip when held over ground in which water, metal, etc, is to be foundAlso called: dowsing rod
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