Psyche

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Psyche f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Psychidaebagworm moths.

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Psyche astronomical symbol

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From Ancient Greek ψυχή ‎(psukhḗ, literally Soul, Spirit).

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Psyche

  1. (Greek mythology, Roman mythology) The personification of the soul. Originally a mortal princess who later married Eros/Cupid, (the god of love), was deified, and bore him a daughter, Hedone/Voluptas.
  2. Short for 16 Psyche, a main belt asteroid

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Psyche f ‎(genitive Psyche, plural Psychen)

  1. Psyche