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Noun
/ˈhôrəˌskōp/,/ˈhärə-/,
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horoscopes, plural;
  1. A forecast of a person's future, typically including a delineation of character and circumstances, based on the relative positions of the stars and planets at the time of that person's birth

  2. A short forecast for people born under a particular sign, esp. as published in a newspaper or magazine

  3. A birth chart


  1. a prediction of someone's future based on the relative positions of the planets
  2. a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place
  3. Horoscope is a ballet created in 1937. It was choreographed by Frederick Ashton, with scenery by Sophie Fedorovich and music by Constant Lambert. It is based on astrological themes, and is reminiscent of Gustav Holst's The Planets in its musical exploration of the mystical. ...
  4. (Horoscopes (song)) "Horoscopes" was the Irish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981, performed in English by Sheeba.
  5. (Horoscopes) Chart or diagram consisting of 12 signs which rotate in the night sky. Different months are attributed to different star constellations which are called signs. Therefore a Star sign is a label of the time of year on which you were born. ...
  6. To dream of having your horoscope drawn by an astrologist, foretells unexpected changes in affairs and a long journey; associations with a stranger will probably happen. ...
  7. [from Greek horoskopos observing the hours] The charts drawn in natal astrology for the birth-moment of a child, and the character and destiny to be read from them. ...
  8. Horoscope is the picture of the planets or the heavenly bodies during the birth of any person which differs from man to man with the change of time and geographical positions. ...
  9. In this century, the word ‘horoscope’ has become synonymous with the daily 20-50 word predictions offered in newspapers, magazines and on the Internet. ...
  10. A chart of the heavens cast for a particular moment in time, as reflected at a particular place on the Earth's surface. The construction and interpretation of the horoscope is the basis of astrological practice. Also an archaic term for Ascendant (see Horoskopos).
  11. It literally means a map of the heavens at the time of one's birth.
  12. A chart developed from your birth date that includes the patterns of the heavens at the exact time of your birth. Your personal horoscope is meant to be your guide to the future, providing predictions of what might happen.
  13. Can be natal, or progressed. Your chart at birth, or your birth chart relative to where you are now.
  14. A two-dimensional chart of the way "important" parts of the sky look at a particular time and location, especially at birth, used in astrology.
  15. This is the signs of the zodiac and their meanings explained in messages for each of the twelve signs.
  16. is the final analysis and astrological report presented when the whole process is complete.
  17. A chart (or diagram) of the positions of the celestial bodies at a given time. It is also commonly called just a chart. When this chart is divided into houses, it resembles a wheel and therefore it is sometimes called a wheel or a chart wheel. ...
  18. ARIES (March 21-April 19). It is difficult to follow a map if you do not know which way is north. You have to orient yourself first in order to correctly follow the directions.