Etymology
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telekinesis (n.)

1890, said in early references to have been coined by Alexander N. Aksakof (1832-1903) Imperial Councilor to the Czar, in Modern Latin, literally "motion at a distance," from tele- + Greek kinēsis "movement, motion," from PIE root *keie- "to set in motion." Translates German Fernwirkung. Related: Telekinetic.

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Definitions of telekinesis

telekinesis (n.)
the power to move something by thinking about it without the application of physical force;
Synonyms: psychokinesis
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