Definition of Odyle
1. odyl [n -S] - See also: odyl
Medical Definition of Odyle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Odyle
odyle (current term)
Literary usage of Odyle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christian Theism: The Testimony of Reason and Revelation to the Existence by Robert Anchor Thompson (1856)
"odyle*—6. Remarks on this Pantheism. 3. In these systems the world is God. The Divine Being pos- lI am not aware whether these terms have beeu employed, ..."
2. Philosophy of Mysterious Agents, Human and Mundane: Or, The Dynamic Laws and by Edward Coit Rogers (1853)
"... through electric non-conductors — Force manifested in the modern phenomena — Comparison with that already exhibited — Identity with the odyle of ..."
3. Animal Magnetism, Or, Mesmerism and Its Phenomena by William Gregory (1884)
"... AND is PROBABLY THE MEDIUM OF SYMPATHY AND LUCID VISION—ITS CHARACTERS—DIFFICULTIES OF THE SUBJECT—EFFECTS OF odyle—SOMNAMBULISM—SUGGESTION, ..."
4. A Review of the "spiritual Manifestations": Read Before the Congregational by Charles Beecher (1853)
"odyle. OMITTING as outgrown the theory of collusion, two hypotheses remain:-— I. PNEUMATIC ; Natural Law with Spirits. II. ..."
5. Philosophy of Mysterious Agents, Human and Mundane: Or, The Dynamic Laws and by Edward Coit Rogers (1856)
"... the demonstrations — Mr. B.'s experiment — Confirmation — Medium's will no power to procure the physical agency — Characteristic of odyle not controlled ..."
6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1851)
"He says that, " in many cases the essence of insanity is some disturbance of the natural distribution of odyle in the system." He believes ill the old idea ..."