Subject: Paranormal

Abilities not typically possessed by humans.

Word Definition
empath n. (1956) a person or being with the paranormal ability to perceive or share the feelings or emotional state of another
empathic adj. (1959) having the ability of an empath n.
empathist n. (1952) = empath n.
empathy n. (1956) the paranormal perception of others’ emotions; cf. empath n.
esp v. (1949) to use extrasensory powers (on); as: to communicate with (a person) telepathically; to send (a message) telepathically; to analyze (a person, place, etc.) using extrasensory powers
esper n. (1942) a person or being with extrasensory powers
Force n. (1974) (with the) in the fictional universe of the Star Wars franchise: a mystical universal energy field which certain individuals, such as the Jedi, can harness to gain special powers or abilities
Homo superior n. (1935) the hypothetical successor species to Homo sapiens, having greater intellect or physical abilities and often possessing paranormal powers
Jedi mind trick n. (1981) in the fictional universe of the Star Wars franchise: a telepathic technique of psychological manipulation used by the Jedi
mind control n. (1902) the ability to control another person’s thoughts or actions telepathically
mind-control v. (1970) to use mind control on (a person); to control or influence (a person) telepathically
mindlink n. (1954) a telepathic connection between people; cf. mind-meld n.
mind-meld n. (1968) a technique for the psychic fusion of two or more minds, permitting unrestricted communication or deep understanding; the act or an instance of doing this; cf. earlier mindlink n.
mindmeld v. (1976) to engage in a mind-meld (with)
mindmelding n. (1968) = mind-meld n.
mind shield n. (1938) = thought shield n.
precog n. 1 (1954) a person with precognitive abilities; cf. earlier precog v.
precog n. 2 (1954) precognition; foreknowledge, esp. as a form of extrasensory perception; cf. precog n. 1 and earlier precog v.
precog v. (1948) to predict the future; to predict (something) in the future
psi n. (1942) (often in combinations) paranormal phenomena or faculties collectively; the psychic force supposed to be manifested by these; cf. psionic adj., psionics n.
psionic adj. (1951) relating to or involving psychic or paranormal phenomena or powers; having psychic ability; cf. psi n., psionics n.
psionics n. (1951) psychic powers, energy, or ability; the field of psychic phenomena; cf. psi n., psionic adj.
supernormal n. (1936) a being with extraordinary (usu. psychic) powers as compared to other members of their kind
telekineticist n. (1949) one who practises or has the power of telekinesis
telempath n. (1960) a person who has the psionic ability to sense others’ emotions
telempathic adj. (1958) of or by means of telempathy n.
telempathy n. (1952) the psionic ability to sense others’ emotions
telepath n. (1889) a person or being with the ability to use telepathy
telepath v. (1885) to transmit (a message, image, etc.) by telepathy; (also) to communicate with (a person) by telepathy; also intransitive; cf. telepathize v.
telepathize v. (1894) = telepath v.
teleport n. 2 (1949) a person who is able to teleport, esp. by psychic rather than technological means; teleporter n. 1
thought screen n. (1931) = thought shield n.
thought shield n. (1931) a mental barrier that prevents one’s thoughts from being read by a telepath; = mind shield n.
thought wave n. (1849) a thought emanating from one's mind, esp. a telepathic emanation; a thought or thoughts travelling on a hypothetical medium of thought transfer
Vulcan mind meld n. (1968) = mind-meld n.