Translation of horoscope in Spanish:

horoscope

horóscopo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɒrəskəʊp//ˈhɔrəˌskoʊp/

noun

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    horóscopo masculine
    • As the Queen's astrologer, Dee cast horoscopes for Elizabeth and selected the day for her coronation.
    • However, my intention is not to give the delineation of my horoscope but to show how we can join occidental astrology with vedic astrology.
    • Some Arabic horoscopes were based on astronomical tables calculated in India.
    • In Burma, a horoscope is cast shortly after birth and regularly consulted throughout life, especially when any major changes in normal routines have occurred or are imminent.
    • He was a child prodigy who went to Leipzig university at the age of 11, published his first almanac at the age of 12 and at age 15 was casting horoscopes for the Hapsburg Emperor Frederick III.