Psychopannychism
Psychopannychism Psy"cho*pan"ny*chism, n. [Psycho- + Gr. ? to spend all night long; pa^s, pa^n, all + ? night.] (Theol.) The doctrine that the soul falls asleep at death, and does not wake until the resurrection of the body. -- {Psy`cho*pan"ny*chism}, n. [1913 Webster]

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