psíquico

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin psȳchicus, from Ancient Greek ψυχικός (psukhikós), corresponding to psico- +‎ -ico.

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Noun[edit]

psíquico m (plural psíquicos, feminine psíquica, feminine plural psíquicas)

  1. psychic (person who possesses extra-sensory abilities)

Adjective[edit]

psíquico m (feminine singular psíquica, masculine plural psíquicos, feminine plural psíquicas, comparable)

  1. psychic (relating to the abilities of a psychic)
  2. psychological (relating to the mind)

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin psȳchicus, from Ancient Greek ψυχικός (psukhikós).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

psíquico (feminine singular psíquica, masculine plural psíquicos, feminine plural psíquicas)

  1. psychic, mental

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