idiocentric etymology

English word idiocentric comes from English -centric, English idio- (Individuality, peculiarity, separateness.)

Detailed word origin of idiocentric

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-centric English (eng) Having a specified number of centres. Having a specified object at the centre, or as the focus of attention.
idio- English (eng) Individuality, peculiarity, separateness.
idiocentric English (eng) Characterized by or denoting interest centered upon oneself or one's own ways, rather than upon others or the ways of others; self-centered.. Deviating from the norm; eccentric.

Words with the same origin as idiocentric

Descendants of -centric
Afrocentrically Americentric Christocentric Danocentric Hibernocentric Scotocentric Swedocentric acrocentric androcentric autocentric ciscentric cybercentric egocentric endocentricity excentric heterocentric holocentric jovicentric lipocentric matricentric metrocentric nucleocentric omphalocentric somatocentric
Descendants of idio-
idioadaptive idioblast idiochromatin idiochromosome idiocracy idiogenesis idioglossia idiogram idiographically idiography idiolect idiolectic idiomorph idiomuscular idiopathic idiopathy idiophase idiophone idiophonist idiosoma idiothermic idiotropic idiotype idioventricular