[ an-uh-klit-ik ]
/ ˌæn əˈklɪt ɪk /
exhibiting or pertaining to anaclisis.
- anaclitic depression,
Origin of anaclitic
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/ (ˌænəˈklɪtɪk) /
psychoanal of or relating to relationships that are characterized by the strong dependence of one person on others or another
Word Origin for anaclitic
C20: from Greek anaklitos for leaning upon; see ana-, -cline
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[ ăn′ə-klĭt′ĭk ]
Having a physical and emotional dependence on another person, especially relating to the dependence of an infant on a mother or surrogate mother.
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