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egotist one who has an exaggerated sense of self-importance.
bigamy an act of marrying one person while still legally married to another.
anthropologist one who studies the science of human beings.
misanthrope one who hates mankind.
ambidextrous using both hands with equal ease.
misogamist one who hates marriage.
introvert reserved or shy person.
gauche lacking social experience or grace; not tactful.
altruist one who is unselfish and interested in the welfare of others.
extrovert a gregarious and unreserved person.
monogamy married with one person.
ambivert a person having the characteristics of both an introvert and an extrovert
misogynist a person who hates women.
philanthropist a person concerned with human welfare and the reduction of suffering.
gynecologist one who studies the branch of medicine dealing with the disease and hygiene of women.
polygyny practice of having more than one wife at time.
ascetic practicing self-denial for spiritual reasons
polyandry system of having more than one husband at time.
adroit skillful, ingenious.
dexterity skill in handling things.
sinister suggestive of evil.
egocentric self-centered.
altercation a noisy dispute or quarrel.
alternate substitute.
egomaniac obsessive preoccupation with the self.
mania madness
ego self, I
gauche left hand
gyne woman
andros male
ambi both
dextre right hand
alter other
monos one
intro inside
bi two
verto turn
extro outside
centrum center
mesein, misein hate
anthro mankind
gamos marriage
asketes monk
polys many
sinister left-hand
-y practice, custom
-ous adjective, suffix
-ity quality
-ist person who.
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