hypomania[hī′pō mā′nē ə, -mān′yə; hip′ō-]
hypomania definition by Webster's New World
a mild form of mania, specif. of the manic phase of bipolar affective disorder
Origin: hypo- plush -mania
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- hypomanic adjective
hypomania definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A mild state of mania, especially as a phase of a manic-depressive cycle.
- hyˌpo·manˈic adjective
hypomania - Medical Definition
A mild, nonpsychotic form of mania, characterized by increased levels of energy, physical activity, and talkativeness.