Definition of chaomancy in English:

chaomancy

noun

historical
  • Divination through the interpretation of the air, weather, or other atmospheric phenomenon.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in John French (?1616–1657), physician. From post-classical Latin chaomantia from classical Latin chaos in its specific post-classical Latin sense ‘atmosphere’ + -mantia.

Pronunciation

chaomancy

/ˈkeɪə(ʊ)mansi/