how to say “subconscious” in Hebrew
תַּת-יַמִּי – underwater
תַּת-מִין – subspecies
תַּת-אָלוּף – brigadier general (subservient to the general)
An example of תת-מודע:
Sigmund Freud developed the concept of the unconscious.
Although, strictly speaking, the unconscious should be called תת-הַמודע, since תת-מודע is almost a single word on its own, it’s more appropriate to say הַתת-מודע.
Note that here unconscious refers to the psychological phenomenon, not the state of being unconscious of what’s going around around due to injury, etc. That is חֲסַר הַכָּרָה.