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- A combining form from Gr. psychh`
the soul, the mind, the understanding.
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- prefix Forms terms relating to the
soul, the mind, or to psychology.
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- noun a person afflicted with psychosis
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From Ancient Greek ψυχή (psychē, "soul")
The psycho- melodrama of "Black Swan'' is familiar to anyone who has seen Roman Polanski's "Repulsion'' and similar upscale horror fare.