[ahy-dee-uh-lawg, -log, id-ee-, ahy-dee-] /ˈaɪ di əˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg, ˈɪd i-, aɪˈdi-/
a person who zealously advocates an ideology.
1815, in reference to the French Revolutionaries, from French ideologue, from Greek idea (see idea) + -logos (see -logue). Earlier form was ideologist (1798).
[ahy-dee-ol-uh-jee, id-ee-] /ˌaɪ diˈɒl ə dʒi, ˌɪd i-/ noun, plural ideologies. 1. the body of doctrine, myth, belief, etc., that guides an individual, social movement, institution, class, or large group. 2. such a body of doctrine, myth, etc., with reference to some political and social plan, as that of fascism, along with the devices for […]
[ahy-dee-uh-moh-ter, id-ee-uh-] /ˌaɪ di əˈmoʊ tər, ˌɪd i ə-/ adjective, Psychology. 1. of or relating to involuntary activity caused by an idea. Compare (def 1). /ˌaɪdɪəˈməʊtə/ adjective 1. (physiol) designating automatic muscular movements stimulated by ideas, as in absent-minded acts ideomotor i·de·o·mo·tor (ī’dē-ə-mō’tər, ĭd’ē-) adj. Of or relating to an unconscious or involuntary bodily movement […]
- Ideomotor apraxia
ideomotor apraxia n. See ideokinetic apraxia.
noun a fear of new ideas
noun a sound or sounds symbolizing a complete idea or spoken word, esp. sound-symbolic words found in African languages, a single phone or phoneme that represents a concept Word Origin coined by A.J. Ellis