deliquium definition

  • noun:
    • liquefaction through absorption of dampness from the air
    • An abrupt lack of consciousness frequently due to an insufficient blood circulation to the mind; fainting.
    • (figuratively) a languid, maudlin feeling
    • an abrupt absence of sunshine, e.g. due to an eclipse
    • A melting or dissolution floating around, or perhaps in a moist location; a liquid problem.
    • A sinking away; a swooning.
    • A melting or maudlin mood.
    • In chem., a melting or liquefaction by consumption of dampness, at the time of a salt.
    • Figuratively, a melting or maudlin state of mind of mind.
    • An interruption or failure regarding the sun's light, whether caused by an eclipse or else.
    • In medication, failing of essential power; syncope.
    • a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by inadequate bloodstream towards brain
    • liquefaction through absorption of moisture from air
    • An abrupt lack of awareness frequently brought on by an insufficient circulation into mind; fainting.
    • (figuratively) a languid, maudlin feeling
    • an abrupt absence of sunshine, e.g. due to an eclipse
    • A melting or dissolution in the air, or perhaps in a moist destination; a liquid condition.
    • A sinking away; a swooning.
    • A melting or maudlin state of mind.
    • In chem., a melting or liquefaction by absorption of moisture, as of a salt.
    • Figuratively, a melting or maudlin feeling of head.
    • An interruption or failure of sunlight's light, whether due to an eclipse or otherwise.
    • In medication, a failure of essential force; syncope.
    • a spontaneous loss in consciousness brought on by insufficient blood towards brain

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