Electra-complex



noun, Psychoanalysis.
1.
the unresolved, unconscious libidinous desire of a daughter for her father: designation based on the Greek myth of Electra and Agamemnon.
noun
1.
(psychoanal) the sexual attachment of a female child to her father See also penis envy

Electra complex E·lec·tra complex (ĭ-lěk’trə)
n.
In psychoanalytic theory, a daughter’s unconscious libidinal desire for her father.

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