Etymology Psyche. Psychology is more popularly defined as the “study of behavior” which is a manifestation of one’s mind. /sykə/, [ˈsyɡ̊ə] noun psyke c ( singular definite psyken, plural indefinite psyker ) mental constitution, psyche derived terms psykisk references “ psyke ” in den danske ordbog norwegian bokmål etymology from english psych verb
Psych the word often used as an exclamation which serves to tell what you just said was false or wrong. Ψυχή psykhḗ, of ψύχειν psýkhein, to breathe, cf. You can also see our other etymologies for the english word psyche.currently you are viewing the etymology of psyche with the meaning:
Psukhḗ) is the greek goddess of the soul. (transitive, informal) to treat (someone) using (transitive) to intimidate (someone. ( transitive) to intimidate (someone) emotionally or using psychology (also psych out ). Used to retract a lie used to fake, fool, or deceive someone in a funny joking sarcastic way means just kidding or not! may also be spelled sike or.