Definitions for eideticaɪˈdɛt ɪk
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
pertaining to or constituting visual impressions recalled vividly and readily reproducible with great accuracy:
Origin of eidetic:
1920–25; < Gk eidētikós, der. of eîd(os) form, shape
of visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy
Pertaining to a memory or mental image of perfect clarity, as though actually visible; or to a person able to see such memories.
Origin: From eidetisch, from εἰδητικός, from εἶδος.
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