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Egotist The belief that self-interest is the just and proper motive for all human conduct ( me first)
bigamy The criminal offense of marrying one person while still married to another (
Anthropologist Someone who studies the scientific origin, development and cultural behavior of humans.
Misanthrope One who hates humankind
Ambidextrous able to use both hands with equal facility
Misogamist Hatred of marriage
Introvert One whose thoughts and feelings are directed inward. (leave me alone )
Gauche Lacking social polish, tact-less, awkward
Altruist Unselfish concern for the welfare of others, selflessness ( let me help you)
Extrovert one who's interest and behavior are primarily directed towards others as opposed to self outgoing (lets do it together
monogamy faithful to one partner during a relationship
ambivert neither extreme, both introverted and extroverted. personality with being shy and outgoing
misogynist hatred of woman
philanthropist increase the well-being of humankind
gynecologist doctor for female ailments
polygyny having more than one wife at a time
ascetic self denial, lonely life
polyandry The condition or practice of having more than one husband
adroit quick and skillful
dexterity skill in the use of hands or body
sinister evil
egocentric interested only in one's own needs or affairs
altercation argue
alternate pass back and forth, other possible
egomaniac obsessive preoccupation with the self
Mania madness
ego self, I
gyne woman
andros male
ambi both
dexter right hand
alter other
monos one
intro inside
bi two
verto turn
extro outside
centrum center
mesein hate
anthropos mankind
gamos marriage
asketes monk
polys many
sinister left hand, evil
-y practice, custom, etc
-ous adjective suffix
-ity quality, condition (noun)
-ist person who (noun suffix)
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