Etymology
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eidetic (adj.)

"pertaining to the faculty of projecting images," 1924, from German eidetisch, coined by German psychologist Erich Jaensch, from Greek eidetikos "pertaining to images," also "pertaining to knowledge," from eidesis "knowledge," from eidos "form, shape" (see -oid).

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Definitions of eidetic

eidetic (adj.)
of visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy;
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