Origin of narcissism
OTHER WORDS FROM narcissismnar·cis·sist [nahr-suh-sist], /ˈnɑr sə sɪst/, nar·cist [nahr-sist], /ˈnɑr sɪst/, nounnar·cis·sis·tic, nar·cis·tic, adjectivenon·nar·cism, nounnon·nar·cis·sism, noun
How to use narcissism in a sentence
Homosexual choice of object is originally more natural to narcism than the heterosexual.
We must observe two things: First, how can the conceptions of narcism and egoism be distinguished?
In all of these aspects, egoism is the self-evident, the constant, and narcism the variable element.
The sex object as a rule draws upon itself a part of the narcism of the ego.
This new stage is called narcism, in view of the pathological fixation of this condition which may be observed later on.Totem and Taboo|Sigmund Freud
British Dictionary definitions for narcissism
Derived forms of narcissismnarcissist, nounnarcissistic, adjective
Word Origin for narcissism
Medical definitions for narcissism
Other words from narcissismnar′cis•sist n.nar′cis•sis′tic adj.
Cultural definitions for narcissism
A consuming self-absorption or self-love; a type of egotism. Narcissists constantly assess their appearance, desires, feelings, and abilities.