undermind

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From under- +‎ mind.

NounEdit

undermind (plural underminds)

  1. The subconscious mind or self.
    • 1909, Percy Dearmer, Body and soul:
      The doctor assists the undermind, and his assistance is often utterly indispensable: for instance, he "sets" a broken limb, and gives the undermind every assistance, [...]
  2. The unconscious mind; intuition.
    • 2010, Fons Trompenaars, Charles Hampden-Turner, Riding the Waves of Innovation:
      Others have named this "tortoise mind" as intuition, or the unconscious, and the id. Caxton goes on to name it the "undermind."

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Last modified on 3 April 2014, at 21:51