from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A young woman who loved and was loved by Eros and was united with him after Aphrodite's jealousy was overcome. She subsequently became the personification of the soul.
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- proper noun Greek mythology, Roman mythology a girl loved by
Cupid(or Eros), and who later became a goddess.
- proper noun In late Greek art and literature, a goddess who is the
personificationof the soul; she is primarily known for her role in the story of Cupid and Psyche, best attested in Apuleius' novel The Golden Ass
- proper noun 16 Psyche, an
- proper noun Psychidae, or
bagworms, a family of Lepidoptera
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The Jewish Psyche is about giving money to causes, not for seats or jobs or positions.
In Psyche in a Dress, Psyche is the daughter of a movie director who exploits her beauty in his work.
The country of Glome falls on bad times about the same time Psyche is in her mid to late teens.
Psyche is all that is beautiful and good and to Orual, who has raised her, the Priest has made a mistake.
But she discovers that Psyche is alive and well and living in a lush valley just over the mountain top.
I wouldn't mind it, but I hope they realize that I only had a minor in Psyche in college and I'm really only guessing.
 The word Psyche signifies "butterfly," the emblem of the soul in ancient art.
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When Pat returned home from shooting her latest movie—a thriller called Psyche 59—she began to sense a new buzz of anticipation around Hud.
An abstract game, but a funky name Psyche Paths, with that groovy psychedelic lettering style.