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pre-Oedipal Syllabification: pre-Oed·i·pal
Pronunciation: /prēˈedəpəl/ /-ˈēdə-/

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Definition of pre-Oedipal in English:

adjective

Psychology
Existing or occurring before the onset of the Oedipal phase of development. See Oedipus complex.

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