Origin of horoscope
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Historical Examples of horoscope
Unmistakably then it was fate that had cast the horoscope of his and Allis's life together.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
That's my horoscope, and after that the solar system may be ripe for picking.The Stark Munro Letters
J. Stark Munro
Standing by me she asked if I had thought about her horoscope.
I obtained this favour, and I then gave Madame Morin the horoscope.
He thinks, I may not live to behold much of this, but would like to see a cast of his horoscope.Oswald Langdon
Carson Jay Lee
Word Origin for horoscope
c.1050, horoscopus, from Latin horoscopus; the modern form is considered to be a mid-16c. reborrowing via Middle French horoscope. Ultimately from Greek horoskopos "nativity, horoscope," also "one who casts a horoscope," from hora "hour" (see year) + skopos "watching" (see scope (n.1)), in reference to the hour of one's birth.