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rhabdo- +‎ -mancy, first attested in 1646. From Latin rhabdomantīa, from Ancient Greek ῥαβδομαντεία (rhabdomanteía), from ῥάβδος (rhábdos, rod) + μαντεία (manteía, divination).

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rhabdomancy (uncountable)

  1. Divination with a wand or rod; dowsing.

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