First House

Science / Astrology / First House: Also known as the House of Self. It describes the outer personality. It is the image we project to the world, our mask.

Other Words for First

First Adjective Synonyms: fundamental, elementary, basic, primary, cardinal, key, essential
First Adverb Synonyms: foremost, leading, chief, head, premier, prime, primary, principal, pre-eminent
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Other Words for House

House Noun Synonyms: legislature, legislative body, congress, parliament, assembly, council, diet
House Verb Synonyms: family, line, lineage, dynasty, clan, ancestry, strain, race, blood, descendants, forebears
House Adverb Synonyms: residence, dwelling, dwelling-place, home, abode, household, homestead, domicile, lodging(s), quarters, building, edifice
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Houses

Science / Astrology / Houses: The celestial sphere taken as a 360-degree circle divided into twelve sections. These sections are referred to by their numbers, such as 'the First House,' 'the Second House,' etc. Houses are generall MORE

Individual Houses

Science / Astrology / Individual Houses: Houses one, five and nine, all ruled by natural fire signs. The common function of these houses is oriented toward the self. As a group, they form the Trinity of Life. MORE

Intercepted Sign Or House

Science / Astrology / Intercepted Sign Or House: A House which appears within another House on the chart wheel. Common to those born in far northern or southern latitudes. MORE

In-House Sale

Business / Real Estate / In-House Sale: A sale in which the listing broker is the only broker in the transaction, there is no outside broker involved as in a cooperative sale. Either the listing salesperson finds the buyer, or another sales MORE

In-House Processing Float

Business / Finance / In-House Processing Float: In the context of general equities, keeping an activity within the firm. For example, rather than go to the marketplace and sell a security for a client to anyone, an attempt is made to find a buyer t MORE

In-House

Business / Finance / In-House: Tax form required to determine the amount of state tax due on an inheritance. MORE

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