PRONUNCIATION: (zo-AN-thruh-pee)

MEANING: noun: The delusion that one is a beast.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek zoo- (animal) + -anthropy (human). Earliest documented use: 1856.

KOANTHROPY - belief that one is a Zen proposition

AZO-ANTHROPY - belief that one is a blue man

ZOAN THE ROPY - Zoan was extremely long and flexible

ZOAN THEROPY - the people of Zoa have their own unique way of treating certain disorders