noun (prophec, ies)
Etymology: From Middle English prophecie < Old French < Latin prophetia, prophÄtÄa < Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (prophÄteia) "prophecy" < (polytonic, ) (prophÄtÄs) "speaker of a god" < (polytonic, ) (pro) "before" + (polytonic, ) (phÄmi) "I tell"
- A prediction, especially one made by a prophet or under divine inspiration.
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