- psychogenic fugue
Other Word Forms of Fugue
Origin of Fugue
Borrowing from French, from Italian fuga (“flight, ardor”), from Latin fuga (“act of fleeing”), from fugere (“to flee”). Apparently from the metaphor that the first part starts alone on its course, and is pursued by later parts.
Italian fuga (influenced by French fugue) (from Italian fuga) from Latin flight
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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