Pertaining to the functions of the mind, or brain.

From the Greek: psukhē(psyche) meaning soul... that which makes a person that specific person, rather than someone or everyone else.
It's not a real problem, you just made it up inside your head. It is all just psychological... though that pertains more to psychosomatosis, you get the drift.
作者 ZERØ O'skül 2011年3月04日
Pronunciation: ˌsī-kə-ˈlä-ji-kəl
Function: adjective

1) "Logical" as determined by a psycho.

2) The processes of the human mind, not being entirely logical, often involve a psychotic component. Hence, the combination of "psycho" and "logical" is necessary. The psychotic component is often dominant in clingy ex-boy/girl friends.
1) The only (psycho)logical conclusion he could come to was to stalk the hot sorority girl around campus.

2) Guy 1: Dude, the way Lauren operates is not logical.
Guy 2: Yeah, but it is psychological.
Guy 1: Don't you mean psychotic?
Guy 2: Yeah, that too.
作者 rastronauts 2010年5月25日

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