psychopannychy

noun psy·cho·pan·ny·chy \-nə̇kē\

Definition of psychopannychy

plural

-es

  1. :  psychopannychistic slumber

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Origin and Etymology of psychopannychy

New Latin psychopannychia, from psych- + Greek pannychios all night long, (from pan- + nychios nightly, of the night, from nykt-, nyx night) + New Latin -ia -y — more at night


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