Alter Ego – [ awl-ter -ee-goh, eg-oh, al- ]
1. a second self; a perfect substitute or deputy.
2. an inseparable friend.
3. another aspect of one’s self.
ORIGIN OF ALTER EGO
1530–40; <Latin (Cicero), probably translation of Greek állos egṓ, héteros egṓ another I
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Pamela Mullins. Writer, Reader, Artist, Photographer, Philosopher.
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