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Middle English palmestrie from palme, paume palm palm1
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English palmestrie, from Latin.
At the present day palmistry is practised in nearly all parts of China.
This last act only specifies palmistry.
There is an obvious tendency, however, for astromancy to be employed, like palmistry, as a means of imposing on the ignorant and credulous.
In this way, one is able to find a little bit of information on everything from palmistry to the lunar cycles.
Free palm readings can offer beginners an excellent opportunity to explore the world of palmistry while developing a relationship with their new chiromancy counselor.
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