Other Word Forms of Frenzy
Origin of Frenzy
From Middle English, from Old French frenesie, from Latin phrenesis, from Ancient Greek *φρένησις (phrénēsis), a later equivalent of φρενῖτις (phrenitis, “inflammation of the brain”): see frantic and frenetic.
Middle English frenesie from Old French from Medieval Latin phrenēsia from Latin phrenēsis back-formation from phrenēticus delirious frenetic
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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