Epileptic meaning

ĕpə-lĕptĭk
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Affected with epilepsy.
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Of, relating to, or associated with epilepsy.
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One who has epilepsy.
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Of, like, or having the nature of epilepsy.
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Having epilepsy.
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A person who has epilepsy.
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Affected with epilepsy.
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Of, relating to, or associated with epilepsy.
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One who has epilepsy.
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Of, or relating to epilepsy.
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Of, or relating to an epileptic or epileptics, epileptic people.
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A person who has epilepsy.
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(archaic) A medicine for the cure of epilepsy.
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Origin of epileptic

  • French épileptique from Late Latin epilēpticus from Greek epilēptikos from epilēpsis epilepsy epilepsy

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From French épileptique

    From Wiktionary