Typomancy

Typomancy may refer to the following:
Divination by typographical errors.
Divination by curds or tyromancy.

Etymology

Typomancy has two different derivations:
Derived from the English typo and manteia ('prophecy')
Derived from the Greek tupōma ('something which has been molded') and manteia ('prophecy')

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