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See also delírium

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From the Latin dēlīrium (derangement”, “madness), from dēlīrō (I am deranged).

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  • (RP) enPR: dĭlĭʹrĭəm, IPA: /dɪˈlɪɹɪəm/, SAMPA: /dI"lIr\I@m/

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Delirium

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Deliriums or deliria

Delirium (plural Deliriums or deliria)
  1. A temporary mental state with a sudden onset, usually reversible, including symptoms of confusion, inability to concentrate, disorientation, anxiety and sometimes hallucinations. Causes can include dehydration, drug intoxication and severe infection.

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From dēlīrō (I deviate from the straight track; I am deranged), from  (from, away from, out of) + līra (the earth thrown up between two furrows; a ridge, track, furrow).

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dēlīrium (genitive dēlīriī); n, second declension

  1. delirium, madness, frenzy

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Patrono:La-decl-2nd-N

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From Latin dēlīrium, from dēlīrō (I am deranged), from  (from, away from, out of) + līra (the earth thrown up between two furrows; a ridge, track, furrow).

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Delirium n.

  1. delirium

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Patrono:Pl-decl-noun-um


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Patrono:Sv-noun-irreg-n delirium n.

  1. delirium

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