anality

[ey-nal-i-tee]

noun, plural a·nal·i·ties. Psychoanalysis.

the condition or quality of having an anal character; collectively, the personality traits characteristic of the anal stage of psychosexual development.

Nearby words

  1. analgesia,
  2. analgesia algera,
  3. analgesia dolorosa,
  4. analgesic,
  5. analgetic,
  6. anallergic,
  7. anally,
  8. analog,
  9. analog clock,
  10. analog computer

Origin of anality

First recorded in 1935–40; anal + -ity

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Medicine definitions for anality

anality

[ā-nălĭ-tē]

n.

The psychological state derived from and characteristic of the anal period of psychosexual development.

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