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From Ancient Greek ψυχή (psukhḗ, soul)

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psycho-

  1. Relating to the soul, the mind, or to psychology.
    • 2012, Richard Overy, ‘The Mind of Evil’, Literary Review, issue 399:
      This endeavour forms the core of Daniel Pick's fascinating study of the mobilisation of psychoanalysis not only for the Allied war effort, but for a postwar world momentarily seduced by the idea that war and violence might be eridicated by a bit of psycho-science.

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ψυχή (psukhḗ, soul)

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psycho-

  1. psycho-

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EtymologyEdit

Ultmimately from Ancient Greek ψυχή (psukhḗ, soul).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈpsy(ː)ço/
  • Hyphenation: psy‧cho-

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psycho-

  1. psycho- (relating to the soul, the mind, or to psychology)
    psycho- + ‎Therapie (therapy) → ‎Psychotherapie (psychotherapy)

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  • psycho- in Duden online
  • psycho-” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

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psycho-

  1. psycho-

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Further readingEdit

  • psycho- in Polish dictionaries at PWN