scapulimancy

or scap·u·lo·man·cy

[skap-yuh-luh-man-see]
See also oracle bones.

Origin of scapulimancy

First recorded in 1870–75; scapul(a) + -i- + -mancy
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Word Origin and History for scapulomancy

scapulimancy

n.

divination by means of the cracks in a shoulder-blade put into a fire, 1871, from comb. form of scapula + -mancy.

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