Crith"o*man`cy (kr?th"?-m?n`s?), n. [Gr. . pl., barley + -mancy: cf. F. crithomancie.]

A kind of divination by means of the dough of the cakes offered in the ancient sacrifices, and the meal strewed over the victims.

 

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