Etymology of Tarot + 4 of Clubs and 4 of Diamonds Tarot Meaning
Etymology of Tarot
Tarot and German Tarock are derived from the Italian Tarocchi, the origin of which is unknown, although taroch was used as a synonym for folly in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. During the fourteenth century, the decks were just known as Trionfi. Tarocho was the new name that debuted in Brescia in 1502 for the first time.
During the 16th century, a new game with a standard deck but a very similar name (Trionfa) was rapidly gaining popularity. This corresponds with the renaming of the earlier game to tarocchi. Tarocco is the single name in modern Italian, and it refers to a blood orange cultivar as a noun.
Regionally, the attribute Tarocco and the verb Taroccare are used to denote that something is fraudulent or fabricated. This concept is borrowed straight from the Italian tarocchi game, in which tarocco denotes a card that may be played in place of another card.
4 of Clubs
This is the 4 of Clubs from our standard deck of playing cards. The Four of Clubs represents an especially joyful and serene moment in tarot. Your days will be lengthy, bright, uncomplicated, and uncommonly cheerful.
Because of their set ideas and unusual capacity to shut off emotionally, the Four of Club is regarded as the debaters card. People born on a Four of Club day have powerful, prolific brains, and a decent education is essential, else they risk talking a lot but saying nothing.
Even when they have enough money, the Four of Clubs is constantly terrified of running out, and they are known to haggle hard. They find work to be therapeutic, particularly when it involves massive, male-dominated corporations, and their health is never an issue.
The four members of Club take pride in their appearance. They have odd emotional interests, and they often draw suspect or deceptive individuals into their life. They have a natural comfort about them, which comes in handy when working with big groups of people, and they make excellent travel companions!
4 OF CLUB BIRTHDAYS:
April 30 (Taurus) May 28 (Gemini) June 26 (Cancer) July 24 (Leo) August 22 (Leo-Virgo) September 20 (Virgo) October 18 (Libra) November 16 (Scorpio) December 14 (Sagittarius)
FAMOUS FOUR OF CLUBS:
Kirsten Dunst, Michael Waltrip, Ian Fleming, Rudolph Giuliani, Pearl S. Buck, Greg LeMond, Jennifer Lopez, Amelia Earhart, Ray Bradbury, Dorothy Parker
4 of Diamonds
This card is associated with good fortune and luck. As a result, the 4 of Diamond is innately safeguarded, but only if they are making consistent and focused efforts in their life. When something is missing, poverty and failure - to varied degrees - are unavoidable outcomes. A life of leisure is just not in their plans!
The necessity of labour is emphasized in all four cards, but notably in the 4 of Diamond. They have a tendency to get unsatisfied with their jobs, and will either shift from one to the next or remain in a low-wage job, trapped and irritated with their lot in life.
Those who have dealt with a 4 of Diamond would agree that it is not an easy card to deal with. They might be abrasive and obstinate. They have a reputation for defying the constraints imposed by relationships, job, and life situations. When a Four of Diamond individual, on the other hand, chooses to activate the charm, resistance is useless!
People who are primarily materialistic have a spiritual interest that should not be overlooked! They also have a high level of intuitiveness.
4 OF DIAMOND BIRTHDAYS:
January 23 (Aquarius), February 21 ( Pisces), March 19 (Aries), April 17 (Aries), May 15 (Taurus), June 13 (Gemini), July 11 (Cancer), August 9 (Leo), September 7 (Virgo), October 5 (Libra), November 3 ( Scorpio), December 1 (Sagittarius)
FAMOUS FOUR OF DIAMONDS:
Princess Caroline of Monaco, Ellen Page, Bruce Willis, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Garner, Madeleine Albright, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Raz-B, Leon Spinks, Whitney Houston, Elia Kazan, Nikki Hilton, Roseanne, Woody Allen
Fun fact: The number of cards in a deck correlates to the number of weeks in a year, according to one fascinating hypothesis.
According to others, the two colors — red and black — signify day and night, while the four suits represent the four seasons.
It becomes even stranger when you realize there are 13 cards in a suit to correspond to the number of lunar cycles, and 12 court cards to correspond to the 12 months of the year.
And if you sum up all of the symbols in a deck of cards, you get 365...