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How to Pronounce animus?

Correct pronunciation for the word "animus" is [ˈanɪməs], [ˈanɪməs], [ˈa_n_ɪ_m_ə_s].

"Animus" in context

Animus is a Latin term that refers to a person's fundamental drives or emotions. It is often associated with unconscious or subconscious feelings or motivations, but it can also be conscious. This concept is important to the field of psychology, as it is thought to affect a person's actions and decisions in their daily lives. Animus can include things like desires, urges, and motivations that are in a person's unconscious or conscious mind.

The concept of animus can be divided into two parts: the depth of these emotions and the movement of these emotions throughout a person's lifetime.

What are similar-sounding words for animus?

Usage over time for animus:

This graph shows how "animus" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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