telekinesis[tel′ə ki nē′sis]
Parapsychology the act or process of causing an object to move by means of psychic forces, as directed by a spiritualistic medium, and not by means of any physical force
Origin of telekinesisModern Latin ; from tele-, tele- + Classical Greek kinēsis, motion ; from kinein, to move: see cite
The supposed inducement of movement of an object by mental or spiritual power.
(countable and uncountable, plural telekineses)
- (uncountable) The ability to move objects with the power of one's mind.
- An instance of use of such power.
From tele- +â€Ž -kinesis.