pygmalionism pyg·ma·lion·ism (pĭg-māl’yə-nĭz’əm, -mā’lē-ə-)
The state of being in love with an object of one’s own creation.
noun 1. a small chimpanzee, Pan paniscus, primarily of swamp forests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: a threatened species. noun 1. another name for bonobo
[pig-mee] /ˈpɪg mi/ noun, plural Pygmies. 1. Anthropology. 2. (lowercase) Disparaging and Offensive. a small or dwarfish person. 3. (lowercase) anything very small of its kind. 4. (lowercase) a person who is of small importance, or who has some quality, attribute, etc., in very small measure. 5. Classical Mythology. (in the Iliad) one of a […]
noun 1. a gliding marsupial, Acrobates pygmaeus, of Australia, growing to about the size of a mouse and having a featherlike tail. noun 1. a small arboreal marsupial, Acrobates pygmaeus, of Australia and New Guinea moving with gliding leaps using folds of skin between the hind limbs and forelimbs
noun 1. a small hippopotamus, Choeropsis liberiensis, of forests and swamps in western Africa.