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sciosophy

[ sahy-os-uh-fee ]
/ saɪˈɒs əˌfi /
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noun, plural sci·os·o·phies.
supposed knowledge of natural or supernatural phenomena or forces, usually based on tradition, as astrology or phrenology.
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Origin of sciosophy

<Greek skio- (combining form of skiá shadow) + -sophy

OTHER WORDS FROM sciosophy

sci·os·o·phist, noun
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