Definition of Physiognomical. Meaning of Physiognomical. Synonyms of Physiognomical

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Definition of Physiognomical

Physiognomical
Physiognomic Phys`i*og*nom"ic, Physiognomical Phys`i*og*nom"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. physiognomonique.] Of or pertaining to physiognomy; according with the principles of physiognomy. -- Phys`i*og*nom"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Physiognomical from wikipedia

- made physiognomical observations in their writings include the romantic novelist Amelia Opie, and the travelogue author George Borrow. Physiognomy is a...
- The Qumran Physiognomies was one of the Dead Sea Scrolls, a large collection of scrolls and fragments found near the Qumran community. The do****ent labeled...
- needed] The two prin****l sources from which Lavater developed his physiognomical studies were the writings of the Italian polymath Giambattista della...
- nature of the physiognomical aphorism." (Effectively, what Scot did was add new meanings to various physical features, making the physiognomical signs discussed...
- The Face Reader (Korean: 관상; RR: Gwansang; lit. "Physiognomy") is a 2013 South Korean period action drama film starring Song Kang-ho as the son of a disgraced...
- Physiognomonica) is an Ancient Gr**** pseudo-Aristotelian treatise on physiognomy attributed to Aristotle (and part of the Corpus Aristoteli****). Although...
- (Chinese: 面相; pinyin: miànxiàng meaning face (mien) reading (shiang)) is a physiognomic and fortune-telling practice in Chinese culture and traditional Chinese...
- The Krampus is a horned anthropomorphic figure who, in the Central and Eastern Alpine folkloric tradition, is said to accompany Saint Nicholas on visits...
- with theories of physiognomy—judgment of character based on the face—described by Aristotle in 4th century BC Greece. Physiognomy remained current through...
- Physiognomy of the melancholic temperament (drawing by Thomas Holloway, c.1789, made for Johann Kaspar Lavater's Essays on Physiognomy)...