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According to Tupi Amazon mythology, Seucy was a virgin of divine origin who gave birth to the son of the sun god, whom they named Yurupary, who as an adult was the initiator of cultural changes that took away social and political power from women.


Greek divinity of mesura and temperance to face the temptations of the world, although it later included virginity and purity, so in literature and other arts he faced 931; 969; 966; 961; 959; 963; 965; 957; 951; ( Sofrosyne ) with Aphrodite. She was the daughter of Erebo (the darkness) and Nix (the night), and her daimon was locked in the box that pandora opened, but when she escaped to Olympus, she did not stay with mortals and for that reason is not a gift in us: to reach the sofrosine we must strive and fight against the hybrid.


Selene is a name of Greek origin, in her mythology is a goddess daughter of the titans Hyperion and Tea, represents the moon and that is why our natural satellite bears her name.


Prince of the Gods in Greek mythology who dethroned his father Cronos. Zeus was the main deity whom all the other Olympic gods respected. His name is 918; 949; 965; 962; ( dzeus ) has Indo-European origin, something like "divinity of light".


1st_ Moon and Diana are names of a Roman goddess in two of its facets, the first is relative to the skies, especially at night, and that is why it is associated with our natural satellite. See selene . 2o_ By the above, common name of any natural satellite on any planet. 3o_ Glass sheet, p . E.g. of a mirror or a glasses. 4th_ Bad mood . See alunado. 5th_ Woman Name .


1st_ Psyche or Psiké is a character of Greek mythology, a very beautiful young woman elevated to the category of deity for the love of Eros. 2nd_ Lexical component found in Spanish as psycho or its simplified apheresis sico. From Greek 968; 965; 967; 951; ( psiké "soul, mind" ). It is usually represented by a capital psi letter : 936; .


1st I_ Affinity with the European, inclination towards what comes from Europe. 1st II_ Sexual stimulation against people born in Europe. 2nd I_ Preference for investment in eurozone currency . 2nd II_ Sexual stimulation with euro banknotes or coins. View euro ( currency ) . 3rd I_ Preference for the East Wind . 3rd II_ Sexual Stimulation upon receiving the easterly wind. View euro ( wind, mythology).


Relative to cinophilia, dog lover. It can also be someone with a bestiality who prefers dogs as victims.


Del griego κυων (kyon "perro") + φιλια (filia "amor, inclinación afectiva"). 1º_ Afición por los perros, su cría y perfeccionamiento de razas. 2º_ Es una parafilia, tipo de zoofilia que tiene a los perros como objeto de deseo.


Fetiche por el que se incluyen alimentos en las prácticas sexuales. Del griego σιτος (sitos "cereal, trigo, de forma amplia es el pan, el alimento") + φιλια (filia "amor, inclinación afectiva").


Afición o inclinación a la literatura china, aunque en principio sería a su escritura o su idioma, ya que el prefijo 'sino' se aplica más a la lengua china, y quizá a su cultura.


Exactamente sería un "temor irracional a las hierbas", que se puede interpretar mejor como "al uso de las hierbas como gualicho, veneno; a sus infusiones tóxicas". Pero hoy se entiende como el "rechazo a las plantas" en general. Está formada por las voces griegas βοτανη (botane "hierba") + φοβος (fovos "miedo"). Ver fitofobia, farmacofobia.


Fear of drugs in general. From Greek 966; 945; 961; 956; 945; 954; 959; 957; ( farmakon "medicines or poisons") 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( "fear" fovos) .


I do not know if it will really be a phobia or part of a psychosis : it is the "fear of losing the divine favor". It was common in Greek mythology and literature that someone very fortunate (and more if he did any wonder about it) ended up with some kind of punishment for not maintaining the remeasure. It comes from 946; 945; 961; 965;- 948; 945; 953; 956; 969; 957; ( bary-daimon "losing favor of the gods") 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( "fear" fovos) . See hibris, sofrosine .


We all know that phobias, philias and lagnias have very rare words. And that some are unfortunate inventions (here we mention several). I'm afraid that 'amacarofilia' will be one more, as it does not appear in other dictionaries; but let's assume that it doesn't, and that it has some coherence : then it could be a leaning towards dispossessed people, who had goods but lost them, who fell into disgrace, and perhaps more than material loss is moral, even of divine favor. It is a bit sloyed, but it may be formed by the voices in Greek 945; 957; ( an "without, out" ) 956; 945; 954; 945; 961; 953; 959; 962; ( "blessed" makarios ) 966; 953; 955; 953; 945; ( filia, "love, affective inclination" ).


Se llama 'neópata' al sociópata que se exhibe en los medios, especialmente en la web a través de redes sociales, haciendo bullying o mostrando sus crímenes. Es otro neologismo de etimología reprobable desde el griego νεος ( "nuevo, novedad" [no necesariamente "noticia"]) + παθεια (pátheia "enfermedad, sufrimiento").


Badly I weigh myself, I must say it's a mistake by paradoxically.


Zinc error. See cinophilia . For some other error, see moviegoer, sitophilia, xenophilia, synphilia, hypnophilia, somnophilia.


It's a mistake by the plural of namesake. [Note : The definition of Leonardo Hernández alba is more for homophone, with some example of paronimo or parographer. ]


Twitter error.


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