by Steph S.
Jun 13, 2012
sor·ti·lege noun \ˈsȯr-tə-lij, -ˌlej\ Definition of SORTILEGE
1: divination by lots 2: sorcery Origin of SORTILEGE Middle English, from Medieval Latin sortilegium, from Latinsortilegus foretelling, from sort-, sors lot + -i- + legere to gather — more at legend First Known Use: 14th century
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I could find no other dictionary that defined sortilege. Thanks for the new word Clarence!
Dec 7, 2014
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