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psyche

Greek spirit, soul

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mens, mentis

mind

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anima, animae

breath

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as learned borrowing, used as prefix, psycho-

mind

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animus, animi

soul, mind, courage, passion

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persona

mask

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sanum, sani

healthy, sane

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According to Sigmund Freud, what are the three interactive components that the consists the human psyche?

the id
the ego
and the superego

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what is the id

The repository of our instinctual drives that are continuously striving for expression

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what is the ego

the part of the psyche that react to and experiences the outside world

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what is the superego

that part of the personality concerned with ethics

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elextra complex

symptoms that are said to be caused by the sexual suppressed sexual desire of a daughter for her father.

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oedipus complex

the desire of the child for sexual gratification with the parent of the opposite sex. A child exhibits an intense dislike of the other parent.

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Latin: mater, matris
Greek: mater

mother

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Latin: pater, patris
Greek: pater

father

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Latin: frater, fratris
Greek: adelphos

brother

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Latin: soror, sororis
Greek: adelphe

sister

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Latin: familia, familiae or gens, gentis
Greek: genos or genea

family

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Latin: filius, filii; filia, filiae

son, daughet

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Latin: matrimonium, matrimonii
Greek: gamos

marraige

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Latin: uxor, uxoris or matrona, matronae
Greek: gyne, gyneacos or gamete

wife

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Latin: maritus, mariti or vir, viri
Greek: aner, andros or gametes

husband

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States of Feeling

Love and Desire and Hatred and Disapproval

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amo-amare-amatum (amicus, amici)

love

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bonum, boni

friend

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cupido, cupidinis

desire

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eros (greek)

love (noun)

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phileo (greek)

love (verb)

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verum, veri

true

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odium, odii

hatred

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miseo (greek), learned borrowing used as miso

hate

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hostilis, hostilis

enemy

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malum, mali

bad

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fallo-fallaere-fallsum

deceive

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pseudom (greek)

lie

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prefix, psuedo-

false

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mani (greek)

madness

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phobos (greek)

fear

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insania, insaniae

madness

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sanum, sani

healthy

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What are the four humors

yellow bile, black bile, blood, and phlegm

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chole (greek)

english meaning: yellow bile
derivative: choler
meaning: anger

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bilis, bilis

english meaning: yellow bile
derivative: bilious
meaning: irritable

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melancholia (greek)

english meaning: black bile
derivative: melancholy
meaning: deep sadness

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melas, mleanos (greek)

English meaning: black

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phlegma (greek)

english meaning: phlegm
derivative: phlegmatic
meaning: apathetic, slow

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sanguis, sanguinis

english meaning: blood
derivative: sanguine
meaning: cheerful, hopeful

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What are the planets and their Roman Gods

Mercury
Venus
Mars
Jupiter (Jove)
Saturn
Moon

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Mercurcy

Roman name: Mercurius, Mercurii
Function: winged messenger of the gods, always on the move

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Venus

Roman name: Venus, Veneris
Function: goddess of love and sexual desire

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Mars

Roman name: Mars, Martis
Function: god of war

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Jupiter (Jove)

Roman name: Juppiter, Jovis
Function: ruler of the gods, who thus had reason to be happy

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Saturn

Roman name: Saturnus, Saturni
Function: Ruler of the gloomy underworld

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Moon

Roman name: Luna, Lunae
Function: goddess whose changes in form and shape were believed to affect human behavior

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intellego-intellegere-intellectum

understand, distinguish

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lego-legere-lectum

choose, read

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idion (greek)

one's own private

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idio- used as prefix in english

"peculiar too"

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idiotes (greek)

private, citizen

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imbecillum, imbecilli

weak

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baculum baculi

stick

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moron (greek)

foolish, stupid

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sophon (greek)

wise

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educo-educare-educatum

train, rear; educate

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duco-ducere

train, rear: educate

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pedia (greek)

education, culture

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encyclios pedia (greek)

"encircling" education; general knowledge

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pedagogos (greek)

The slave who accompanied a child to school, and the Roman applied the term peadagogos more generally to one who taught young children

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schole (greek)

leisure

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ludus, ludi

sport, diversion, joke; school

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ludo-ludere-lusum

play; joke, mock

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studeo, studere

be eager for, be diligent

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rudis, ruids

rough; unskilled

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erudio-erudire-eruditum

polish;educate

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tueor-tueri-tuitum

look after, gaurd

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tutor, tutoris

guardian, protector

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disco-discere

learn

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discipulus or discipula

pupil

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disciplina

instruction, learning

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didacton (greek)

taught

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doceo-docere-doctum

show, teach

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memoria, memoriae

memory

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orr-orare-oratum

speak; pray

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sophon (greek)

wise; clever

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sophistes (greek)

expert, teacher

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pragma, pragmatos (greek)

matter, affair

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praxis (greek)

business, transaction

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curro-currere-cursum

run

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curriculum, curriculi

running, race; racecourse

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semen, seminis

seed; origin

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seminarium, seminarii

garde, nursery

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for-fari-fatum

speak

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facultas, facultatis

skill, ability

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campus, campi

plain, field

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symposion (greek)

drinking party

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encomion (greek)

a speech of praise

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eulogia (greek)

fine language

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panegyrikon (greek)

festive; flattering

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biblion (greek)

book

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bibliothece (greek)

library

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liber, libri

book

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librarium, librarii

library

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aegis (greek)

shield, protection

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volumen, voluminis

roll, book

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volvo-volvere

turn, roll

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papyros

Egyptian papyrus plant, from whose fiber paper was made

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codex, codicis

block of wood; tablet, book

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canon (greek)

rule; standard

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sententia, sententiae

opinion

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senti-sentire

feel

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pungo-pungere-punctum

pierce, prick; sting, bite

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comma (greek)

going around, circuit

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colon (greek)

that which is cut off

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hyphen (greek)

in one; as a single word

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apostrophe (greek)

turning back or away from

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parenthesis (greek)

insertion; injection