(Greek: mirror; visible in [a thing]; seen in [something])

enoptromancy (s) (noun), enoptromancies (pl)
Divination or fortune telling with mirrors: The seer walked down to the river carrying a looking glass in order to conduct the enoptromancy which she had promised to do for the villagers.
enoptromania (s) (noun), enoptromanias (pl)
1. An overwhelming desire to use a smooth polished surface to reflect ones image: The actress did not apologize for her enoptromania of having a hand mirror in her purse which she used very often.
2. An abnormal use of looking glasses: The neighborhood gossip was known to practice enoptromania by moving her mirror up and down the street so she could see who was coming from any direction.
enoptromaniac (s) (noun), enoptromaniacs (pl)
Those who have a compulsion to constantly examine themselves in looking glasses or reflecting surfaces: It was an unkind joke to suggest that Mike's friend, an enoptromaniac, should get a job in a cheval glass shop where long mirrors, mounted in frames, are manufactured.
enoptrophobiac (s) (noun), enoptrophobiacs (pl)
A person who has an abnormal fear of mirrors: Joe's sister was seeing a psychiatrist because she believed herself to be an enoptrophobiac and wanted to overcome her fear of shining surfaces that reflected her face.
enoptrophobic (adjective), more enoptrophobic, most enoptrophobic
Descriptive of a person's condition of being repulsed by reflecting surfaces or of seeing oneself in them: Covering windows and not having any mirrors or other smooth polished flat areas may be common enoptrophobic behaviors of people who are afraid of seeing their images on any shining objects.

Related "mirror" word families: catoptro-; eisoptro-; mirac-, mir-.