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Astronomicodiluvian

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  • adj. Relating to the typological theory that astronomical symbols in mythology can find their antitypes in the Biblical story of Noah's Flood. For example: in the legend of the Man in the Moon, the crescent moon and the man's face typify the Ark and Noah, respectively.

Etymologies

Latin astronomicus ("astronomy") + Latin diluvium ("flood") + English suffix -ian (G. S. Faber, 1816) (Wiktionary)

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