from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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- noun obsolete An astrologer.
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- noun obsolete An
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Instances and examples, to evince the truth of those aphorisms, are common amongst those astrologian treatises.
Perdix also a wizard, and a learned astrologian florished and writ his prophesies, and Herene also.
Dr. Faustus having received denial of his spirit to be resolved any more in such questions propounded, forgot all good works, and fell to be a calendar-maker by the help of his spirit, and also in short time to be a good astronomer or astrologian.
I was greatly oppressed in my stomach; and next day Mr. Saunders, _the astrologian_, sent me a piece of briony-root to hold in my hand; and within a quarter of an hour my stomach was freed from that great oppression, "p. 314.