Jungian

[yoo ng-ee-uh n]
noun
  1. an advocate or follower of Jung's theories.

Origin of Jungian

First recorded in 1930–35; Jung + -ian
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Historical Examples of jungian

  • They fight over property, territory and privileges in a Jungian archetypal manner.

    After the Rain

    Sam Vaknin


British Dictionary definitions for jungian

Jungian

adjective
  1. of, following, or relating to C. G. Jung, his system of psychoanalysis, or to analytical psychology
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Word Origin and History for jungian

Jungian

adj.

1933, "of or pertaining to the psychoanalytic school of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung" (1875-1961); for suffix, see -ian.

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jungian in Medicine

Jungian

[yungē-ən]
adj.
  1. Relating to or described by Carl Gustav Jung.
  2. Maintaining Jung's psychological theories.
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