Orgone definition

ôrgōn
A universal life force hypothesized by Wilhelm Reich, supposed to emanate from all organic material, that purportedly plays a role in physical and mental health.
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A postulated vital energy permeating the universe: a patient suffering from any of various ills is seated in a special cabinet (orgone box) in which this energy is supposed to accumulate.
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Etheric energy distributed throughout the universe and available for collection, storage, and further use.

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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
orgone
Plural:
orgones

Origin of orgone

  • Probably org(anism) –one

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Coined by Wilhelm Reich, probably a portmanteau of orgasm + hormone.

    From Wiktionary