Definition of metoposcopy in English:

metoposcopy

(also metoscopy)

noun

  • The art of judging character or telling a person's fortune from the forehead or face.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in James Sanford (fl. 1567–1582), translator. From Middle French metoposcopie and its etymon post-classical Latin metoposcopia from classical Latin metōposcopus + -ia.

Pronunciation

metoposcopy

/ˌmɛtəˈpɒskəpi/