orgone

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Etymology[edit]

Coined by Wilhelm Reich, probably a portmanteau of orgasm + hormone.

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orgone (plural orgones)

  1. Etheric energy distributed throughout the universe and available for collection, storage, and further use.
    • 1959: So, boys, when those hot licks play over your balls and prick and dart up your ass like an invisible blue blow torch of orgones, in the words of T. J. Watson, Think. Stop panting and start palpating — William Burroughs, Naked Lunch

Derived terms[edit]

  • ambient orgone energy
  • orgonite
  • positive orgone radiation
  • negative orgone radiation

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