Leptic meaning

A person who is afflicted with a condition prone to cause violent seizings; epileptic except narcolepsy, which no "violent seizings" occur, just "attacks" or episodes of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness.
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Of, or relating to, a condition of seizing; nympholeptic.
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Origin of leptic

  • From Ancient Greek λῆψις (lepsis, “seizure”)

    From Wiktionary