Jean Bap·tiste É·tienne Au·guste [zhahn ba-teest ey-tyen oh-gyst] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist eɪˈtyɛn oʊˈgüst/, 1867–1936, French explorer.
his fatherJean Mar·tin [zhahn mar-tan] /ʒɑ̃ marˈtɛ̃/, 1825–93, French neuropathologist. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for charcot

Historical Examples of charcot

  • Why does not Charcot send all his nervous patients to Ireland?

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  • There is Braid's system, there is the Egyptian symbol, and there is Charcot's system.

  • You knew that Charcot was one of the originators of hypnotism in France, didn't you?

  • When in that article you said that Charcot taught you to stand pain, was there any truth in that?

  • No doubt, this other Charcot will come when the time is ripe.

British Dictionary definitions for charcot



Jean Martin (ʒɑ̃ martɛ̃). 1825–93, French neurologist, noted for his attempt using hypnotism to find an organic cause for hysteria, which influenced Freud
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charcot in Medicine


[shär-kō]Jean Martin 1825-1893

French neurologist. A teacher of Sigmund Freud and Alfred Binet, he is known for his investigations of nervous diseases, his work on hysteria, and his studies of hypnotism.
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