Origin of anima
Examples from the Web for anima
Contemporary Examples of anima
She was a cooing and cherubic mini-avatar called Anima, which players earned after reaching a certain level in the game Prius.‘Love Child’ Game Over: Internet Addicts Let Their Baby Starve to Death
July 21, 2014
Historical Examples of anima
Wordsworth was the fellow who hit upon the idea of the anima mundi.Suspended Judgments
John Cowper Powys
With that she left Anima and closed and locked the door behind her.
Anima went back past the great dog and crossed the dark river.
He was not a handsome man, but he deserved the name of "anima candida."
There was another thing that helped to save her—she was waiting for her anima gemella.Castellinaria
Henry Festing Jones
- the feminine principle as present in the male unconscious
- the inner personality, which is in communication with the unconsciousSee also animus
Word Origin for anima
Word Origin and History for anima
Jung's term for the inner part of the personality, or the female component of a masculine personality, 1923, from fem. of Latin animus "the rational soul; life; the mental powers, intelligence" (see animus).
- The inner self of an individual; the soul.
- In Jungian psychology, the unconscious or true inner self of an individual, as opposed to the persona, or outer aspect of the personality.
- In Jungian psychology, the feminine inner personality as present in the unconscious of the male.