One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Divination by air or by things in the air (as clouds, birds, etc.); the practice of interpreting the weather or other atmospheric phenomena in order to predict the future.
Late Middle English; earliest use found in John Gower (d. 1408), poet. From Anglo-Norman aermancie and Middle French ayromancie, aerimancie (1380; also as aéromantie, aeromance; French aéromancie) from post-classical Latin aeromantia (636 in Isidore, citing Varro) from aero- + -mantia.
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