Hallucination ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Hallucination ( noun )

Perception of something that does not exist outside the mind; a false or distorted perception of objects or events.

Origin:

From the latin word "hallucinatio" which means "a wandering in the mind" and from the verb "hallucinari" which means "to wander in mind" or "to be deluded" , which in turn comes from the latin word "alucinari" which means "to wander in mind" or "to be deluded".

Examples:

  1. He had a hallucination of a giant rabbit.
  2. The patient was experiencing auditory hallucinations.
  3. The drug induced hallucinations were intense and vivid.
  4. The hallucinations caused by the fever made her see things that were not really there.
  5. He had a hallucination that he was back in his childhood home.

(As a verb)

Hallucination ( verb )

Perception of something that does not exist outside the mind; a false or distorted perception of objects or events.

Origin:

From the latin word "hallucinatio" which means "a wandering in the mind" and from the verb "hallucinari" which means "to wander in mind" or "to be deluded" , which in turn comes from the latin word "alucinari" which means "to wander in mind" or "to be deluded".

Examples:

  1. He had a hallucination of a giant rabbit.
  2. The patient was experiencing auditory hallucinations.
  3. The drug induced hallucinations were intense and vivid.
  4. The hallucinations caused by the fever made her see things that were not really there.
  5. He had a hallucination that he was back in his childhood home.
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