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persona non grata (Latin)


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WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2020
per•so•na  (pər sōnə),USA pronunciation n., pl.  -nae (pər sōnə),USA pronunciation  -nas. 
  1. a person.
  2. Literaturepersonae, the characters in a play, novel, etc.
  3. Literaturethe narrator of or a character in a literary work, sometimes identified with the author.
  4. Psychology(in the psychology of C. G. Jung) the mask or façade presented to satisfy the demands of the situation or the environment and not representing the inner personality of the individual;
    the public personality (contrasted with anima).
  5. Psychologya person's perceived or evident personality, as that of a well-known official, actor, or celebrity;
    personal image;
    public role.
  • Latin persōna mask, character. See person
  • 1905–10

Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
persona /pɜːˈsəʊnə/ n ( pl -nae / -niː/)
  1. (often plural) a character in a play, novel, etc
  2. (in Jungian psychology) the mechanism that conceals a person's true thoughts and feelings, esp in his adaptation to the outside world
Etymology: Latin: mask

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