Definition of horary in English:

horary

Line breaks: hor¦ary
Pronunciation: /ˈhɔːrəri
 
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adjective

archaic
1Relating to hours as measurements of time: the general horary arrangement of time
1.1Occurring every hour: I took horary observations of the barometer
1.2 Astrology Relating to or denoting a branch of astrology in which answers are given to questions using a chart drawn up for the time a question is posed.
More example sentences
  • Christopher Warnock is a well known and respected practitioner of horary astrology, one of the oldest and most useful branches of astrology.
  • Electional astrology is an event planning tool, and horary astrology is a precise and detailed questioning to help in planning major life events or dealing with dilemmas and decisions.
  • In order to find the answer to that, I set a horary chart for the moment I understood your question.

Origin

early 17th century: from medieval Latin horarius, from Latin hora 'hour'.

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