noun an·thro·pop·a·thy \-ˈpäpəthē\

Definition of anthropopathy



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Origin and Etymology of anthropopathy

Late Greek anthrōpopatheia humanity, possession of human feelings, from Greek anthrōpopathēs having human feelings (from anthrōp- anthrop- + -pathēs -path) + -ia

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a brief usually trivial fact

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