anoesia


anoesia
\\ˌanōˈēzh(ē)ə\ noun (-s)
Etymology: New Latin, from Greek anoēsia want of understanding, from a- a- (II) + noēsis

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  • anoetic — Lacking the power of comprehension, as in severe and profound levels of mental retardation. [G. anoesia, from a priv. + noos, perception] …   Medical dictionary

  • anoia — əˈnȯi(y)ə noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek anoia lack of understanding, from a a (II) + noos, nous sense, mind, understanding + ia …   Useful english dictionary


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