Definition of telergy in US English:

telergy

noun

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  • A supposed psychic force or process whereby the brain or nervous system of a person is directly affected by the mind of another.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Edmund Gurney (1847–1888), psychical researcher and psychologist. From tele- + -ergy.

Pronunciation

telergy

/ˈtɛləːdʒi/