Take a look at a large part of the international vocabulary + synonyms for the word ‘PALMIST’ (PALM READER):

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in English language are:
Palm Reader, Hand Analyst (or: Handanalyst), Hand Reader (or: Handreader), Chiromantist, Cheirologist, Cheirologer, Chirologist, Chirognomist, Cheirognomist, Cheirosophist.

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Spanish language are:
Palmista, Lecturer de las Manos, Quiromante, Quirologo, Quiromántico, Quiromántica

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Porteguese language are:
Quiromante, Quirologo

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in French language:
Chiromancien, Cheiromanciene, Chirologue

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in German language:
Handleser, Handleserin, Handanalyste, Chiromantiker, Chirologie

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Danish language:
Håndlæsner, Håndtydner, Kiromant, Kiromantiker

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Dutch language:
Handlezer, Handlezeres, Handlijnkundige, Handleeskundige, Handanalist

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Italian language:
Chiromante, Chirologo

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Norwegian language:
Håndanalyse, Håndtydning, Håndlesning, Håndlæsning, Kiromanti

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Rusian language are:
Hiromant, Hiromantik, Khiromantiy, Hiromantiy

‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Swedish language:
Handanalyst, Kiromant

Palmreader Dmitry Karabetskiy
Dmitry Karabetskiy

Palmreader Dmitry Karabetskiy reads palms in Karaganda (Kazakhstan)

Palm readings + online palm reading

Palmreader Dmitry Karabetskiy

Palmreader Dmitry Karabetskiy

Dmitry Karabetskiy is a representive of ‘palmistry in Kazakhstan’, and he writes on his website www.chiromancyonline.com about Palmreader online:

“Palmreader was developed by Russian programmers, using advices of well known palmists and analyzing books about chiromancy. The Palmreader service developing was guided by the logic and exact analysis of a hand figure, instead of a beautiful design (a beautiful design considerably increases the size of file and downloading time).

Palmreader consists of 17 steps. Each step analyzes the definite figure of a palm. If you will have terminology questions, the answers you can find on pages of this site.”