an·i·ma / ˈanəmə/ • n. Psychol. Jung's term for the feminine part of a man's personality:Often contrasted with animus (sense 3). ∎ the part of the psyche that is directed inward, and is in touch with the subconscious.Often contrasted with persona.
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anima (It.). Soul, i.e. the sound-post of a vn., etc. (See also âme, sound-post.) con anima, with feeling.
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