echomimia ech·o·mim·i·a (ěk’ō-mĭm’ē-ə)
See echopathy.


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  • Echomotism

    echomotism ech·o·mo·tism (ěk’ō-mō’tĭz’əm) n. See echopraxia.

  • Echopathy

    echopathy e·chop·a·thy (ě-kŏp’ə-thē) n. A mental disorder in which the words or actions of another are imitated and repeated. Also called echomimia.

  • Echophrasia

    echophrasia ech·o·phra·si·a (ěk’ō-frā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. See echolalia.

  • Echo plate

    noun 1. (in sound recording or broadcasting) an electromechanical device for producing echo and reverberation effects

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