synastry [si-nas-tree, sin-uh-stree]
1. the comparison of two or more natal charts in order to analyze or forecast the interaction of the individuals involved.
Origin: 1650–60; < Late Latin synastria favorable conjunction of the stars < Late Greek, equivalent to Greek syn- syn- + ástr(on ) star + -ía -y
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