Psychic meaning

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A person apparently responsive to psychic forces.
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Of, relating to, affecting, or influenced by the human mind or psyche; mental.

Psychic trauma; psychic energy.

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A person who possesses, or appears to possess, extra-sensory abilities such as precognition, clairvoyance and telepathy, or who appears to be susceptible to paranormal or supernatural influence.
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The definition of psychic is having to do with the mind, or something beyond natural physical processes.

An example of psychic used as an adjective is in the phrase "psychic feeling," which means a feeling that has to do with forces beyond the physical world.

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Of, relating to, affecting, or influenced by the human mind or psyche; mental.

Psychic trauma; psychic energy.

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Apparently sensitive to forces beyond the physical world.
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Of or having to do with the psyche, or mind.
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Beyond natural or known physical processes.
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A person who is supposedly sensitive to forces beyond the physical world.
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A spiritualistic medium.
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(Gnosticism) In gnostic theologian Valentinus' triadic grouping of man the second type; a person focused on intellectual reality (the other two being hylic and pneumatic).
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Relating to the abilities of a psychic.

You must be psychic - I was just about to say that.

She is a psychic person - she hears messages from beyond.

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A psychic is defined as a person who is sensitive to forces beyond the natural physical processes.

An example of a psychic is a person who can tell what is going to happen next Tuesday.

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A person who supposedly contacts the dead. A medium.
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Origin of psychic

  • From Greek psūkhikos of the soul from psūkhē soul bhes- in Indo-European roots

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

  • From Ancient Greek ψυχικός (psukhikos, “relative to the soul, spirit, mind"). Earlier referred to as "psychical"; or from Ancient Greek ψυχή (psukhÄ“, “soul, mind, psyche"). First appeared (as substantive) 1871 and first records 1895.

    From Wiktionary