metempsychic

adjective met·em·psy·chic \¦metˌem¦sīkik, -tə̇m-\
variants: or

metempsychosic

\mə¦tem(p)sə̇¦kōsik, ¦medə̇ˌemˌsī¦k-, -tə̇mˌsī¦k-, -ōzik\ less commonly

metempsychosical

\-ōsə̇kəl, -ōzə̇-\

Definition of metempsychic

  1. :  of or relating to metempsychosis

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Origin and Etymology of metempsychic

metempsychic from Late Latin metempsychosis + English -ic; metempsychosic or metempsichosical from Late Latin metempsychosis + English -ic or -ical


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