zoanthropy

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zoanthropy

 [zo-an´thro-pe]
the delusion that one has become an animal. adj., adj zoanthrop´ic.

zo·an·thro·py

(zō-an'thrō-pē),
A delusion that one is an animal, such as a dog.
[G. zōon, animal, + anthrōpos, man]

zoanthropy

/zo·an·thro·py/ (zo-an´thro-pe) delusion that one has become an animal.zoanthrop´ic

zoanthropy

[zō·an′thrəpē]
Etymology: Gk, zoon, animal, anthropos, human
the delusion that one has assumed the form and characteristics of an animal. zoanthropic, adj.

zo·an·thro·py

(zō-an'thrŏ-pē)
A delusion that one is an animal (e.g., a dog).
[G. zōon, animal, + anthrōpos, man]
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