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1. (v. i.) To predict; to prognosticate; to foreshow; to conjecture from signs or omens;

2. (n.) An official diviner who foretold events by the singing, chattering, flight, and feeding of birds, or by signs or omens derived from celestial phenomena, certain appearances of quadrupeds, or unusual occurrences.

3. (n.) One who foretells events by omens; a soothsayer; a diviner; a prophet.

4. (v. i.) To anticipate, to foretell, or to indicate a favorable or an unfavorable issue; as, to augur well or ill.

5. (v. t.) To predict or foretell, as from signs or omens; to betoken; to presage; to infer.


The True God, However, Neither Employs Irrational Animals, nor any ...
... A prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you from among your brethren."
[4057] On one occasion, moreover, God, wishing by means of an augur to turn away ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter xcv the true god.htm

Quirinius the Governor of Syria
... Asinius Gallus governed Asia in BC.6-5. Cn. Lentulus Augur governed Asia in
BC.2-1, also BC.1-AD.1 [95]. M. Plautius Silvanus governed Asia in AD.1-2. ...
/.../ramsay/was christ born in bethlehem/chapter 11 quirinius the governor.htm

These Testimonies of the Soul are Simple as True...
... Think of that which enables thee to think; reflect on that which in forebodings
is the prophet, the augur in omens, the foreseer of coming events. ...
/.../tertullian/the souls testimony/chapter v these testimonies of.htm

Of Dyeing the Hair.
... Ill, ay, most ill, do they augur for themselves with their flame-coloured head,
[186] and think that graceful which (in fact) they are polluting! ...
/.../tertullian/on the apparel of women/chapter vi of dyeing the hair.htm

Light at Evening Time
... alarm. And it is not hard to point certainly to many things that seem to
augur no good. But there always were evil prophets. There ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 62 1916/light at evening time.htm

Printed Texts of the Septuagint.
... Church [399] . The prejudice which their words reveal does not augur well
for the character of the Complutensian LXX. Nevertheless ...
/.../chapter vi printed texts of.htm

The Fourth Clause.
... all kings? [8790] But whatever we wish for ourselves we augur for Him, and
to Him we attribute what from Him we expect. And so, if ...
// prayer/chapter v the fourth clause.htm

Apollo the Soothsaying and False.
... deceived. By his office of augur he was able to know the double-hearted
one. Moreover rejected, he, though divine, departed thence. ...
/.../the instructions of commodianus/xi apollo the soothsaying and false.htm

Of the Use of Reason in Religion; and of Dreams, Auguries, Oracles ...
... And, indeed, many wonderful things may be enumerated, and especially this, that
Accius Navius, a consummate augur, when he was warning Tarquinius Priscus to ...
/.../lactantius/the divine institutes/chap viii of the use of.htm

That Astrology, Soothsaying, and Similar Arts are the Invention of ...
... Hence it is that the stone was cut by the augur with a razor; that Juno of Veii
answered that she wished to remove to Rome; that Fortuna Muliebris [340 ...
/.../lactantius/the divine institutes/chap xvii that astrology soothsaying and.htm

Augur (1 Occurrence)
... 4. (vi) To anticipate, to foretell, or to indicate a favorable or an unfavorable
issue; as, to augur well or ill. ...Augur (1 Occurrence). ...
/a/augur.htm - 7k

... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia AUGUR'S OAK. o'-gurs' ok: If we translated
the Hebrew verb `onen, "to practice augury" (see AUGURY ...
/a/augur's.htm - 8k

Augury (5 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) An omen; prediction; prognostication; indication of the future; presage.
3. (n.) A rite, ceremony, or observation of an augur. Int. ...
/a/augury.htm - 17k

Oak (22 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) The strong wood or timber of the oak. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia.
AUGUR'S OAK. ... Where this tree stood is not known. See AUGUR'S OAK. MOREH, OAK OF. ...
/o/oak.htm - 33k

Omen (6 Occurrences)
... 2. (vt) To divine or to foreshow by signs or portents; to have omens or premonitions
regarding; to predict; to augur; as, to omen ill of an enterprise. ...
/o/omen.htm - 8k

Auguries (4 Occurrences)

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Augments (1 Occurrence)

/a/augments.htm - 6k

Augustus (4 Occurrences)
... 25:21, 25). The name was connected by the Romans with augur-"one consecrated
by religion"-and also with the verb augere. In this ...
/a/augustus.htm - 12k

Meonenim (1 Occurrence)
... Judges 9:6, etc.). Where this tree stood is not known. See AUGUR'S OAK.
Multi-Version Concordance Meonenim (1 Occurrence). Judges 9:37 ...
/m/meonenim.htm - 8k

Divination (25 Occurrences)
... customary in reciting the prescribed formula (see CHARM). For "oak of the
me`onim" see AUGUR'S OAK. Some say the word means one who ...
/d/divination.htm - 45k

Bible Concordance
Augur (1 Occurrence)

Deuteronomy 18:10 There shall not be found with thee any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, one that useth divination, one that practiseth augury, or an enchanter, or a sorcerer,
(Root in ASV DBY RSV)



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