1. one who has a morbid fear of mankind.
2. anthropophagi (cannibals) may refer to one of the following:
Creatures from English folklore with no heads and a mouth in their chests. Their diminutive brain was located in their groin, and their eyes on their shoulders. While they were made widely known by William Shakespeare in The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602) and Othello (1605), they were not created by Shakespeare, and indeed were mentioned as early as the 5th century BC in the Histories of Herodotus as "blemmyes".
The name given to primitive Christians by others. This usage appears in Tertullian, in his Apologeticus (ch. VII), and Salvian (de Provid. Lib. IV). They affirmed that the Christians, in the mysteries of their religion, killed a child and feasted on its flesh. This was grounded on what they had heard of the Eucharist.
3. philanderer is a man who engages in love affairs with women he cannot or will not marry. The love affairs are typically sexually motivated, with little emotional attachment. The most famous of these is typically Giacomo Casanova, though his motivations and level of commitment are debatable.
4. philanthropy- showing great love for one's fellow man.
5. misanthrope- one who hates mankind
6. hatred or dislike of what is new or represents change
7. excessive fondness for acquiring and possessing books
8. bibliotheca (3 definitions)
.1. a collection of books; a library.
2. a list of books, esp. a bookseller's catalog.
3. Obsolete. the Bible.
9. pleasant in sound; agreeable to the ear.
10.phonograph-any sound-reproducing machine using records in the form of cylinders or discs .
11. cacography?-1. bad handwriting; poor penmanship.
2. incorrect spelling. The way you spelled this word it wasn't in the dictionary.
12. Graphology is the study and analysis of handwriting especially in relation to human psychology. The term is sometimes incorrectly used to refer to forensic document examination. In the medical field, it is used to refer to the study of handwriting as an aid in diagnosis, and tracking of diseases of the brain, and nervous system.
Critics cite the lack of supporting empirical evidence as a reason to not use graphology for personality evaluation. Supporters point to the anecdotal evidence of thousands of positive testimonials as a reason to use it for personality evaluation.
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