From Latin occultō (“hide, keep secret”).
- (transitive, astronomy) To cover or hide from view.
- The earth occults the moon during a lunar eclipse.
- (transitive, rare) To dissimulate, conceal, or obfuscate.
- (medicine) Secret; hidden from general knowledge; undetected
- occult blood loss; occult cancer
- Related to the occult; pertaining to mysticism, magic, or astrology.
secret; hidden from general knowledge; undetected
related to the occult
- (usually with the) Supernatural affairs.
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