Deliquium Definition

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(chemistry) Liquefaction through absorption of moisture from the air.

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(pathology) An abrupt loss of consciousness usually caused by an insufficient blood flow to the brain; fainting.

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(literary, figuratively) A languid, maudlin mood.

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(rare) An abrupt absence of sunlight, e.g. caused by an eclipse.

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Origin of Deliquium

  • From Latin delinquere (“to lack, to fail”)

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