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(law, historical) A complainant; a plaintiff.
(obsolete) An inquirer.
Old French and Anglo-Norman querant, from Latin quaerens, present participle of quaerō (“I search for, I inquire”) (English query).
From Latin querens, present participle of queror (“I complain”).
In case of shared significators Moon, otherwise being a co-significator, signifies the querent to my knowledge.
The querent is primarily signified by Saturn; the lover by the Sun.
The first card represents the querent and is on the left side.
Many tarot readers have strong intuitive and clairvoyant abilities; these talents allow a reader to advise the querent.
Some readers use only one spread such as the Celtic Cross, while others like to use different spreads depending on the type information requested by the querent.
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