augur (plural augurs)
- A diviner who foretells events by the behaviour of birds or other animals, or by signs derived from celestial phenomena, or unusual occurrences.
- Augur of ill, whose tongue was never found / Without a priestly curse or boding sound.
- (Ancient Rome) An official who interpreted omens before the start of public events.
- French: augure
- German: Augur, Wahrsager, Hellseher
- Italian: augure
- Portuguese: áugure
- Russian: авгу́р
- Spanish: augur
augur (augurs, present participle auguring; past and past participle augured)
- To foretell events; to exhibit signs of future events.
- To anticipate, to foretell, or to indicate a favorable or an unfavorable issue.
- to augur well or ill
- French: augurer
- German: die Zukunft vorhersagen, wahrsagen, hellsehen
- Italian: augurare
- Portuguese: augurar, pressagiar
- Russian: предвеща́ть
- Spanish: augurar, presagiar