Examples from the Web for psychopomp
Hermes himself, the Psychopomp, shall lead, and Malahide shall welcome us.Day and Night Stories|Algernon Blackwood
As the souls of the departed are symbolized as rats, so is the psychopomp himself often figured as a dog.Myths and Myth-Makers|John Fiske
The rle of general conductor of souls to the realms of the underworld, however, came to be given to Hermes, the psychopomp.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
Word Origin and History for psychopomp
1835, from Greek psykhopompos "spirit-guide," a term applied to Charon, Hermes Trismegistos, Apollo; from psykhe (see psyche) + pompos "guide, conductor."