melancholia

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} melankoli
psik
{i} karasevda
(Tıp) Merak, karasevda, malihülya, melankoli (ruhi ve bedeni faaliyetten uzak kalıp daimi kederli bir hava içinde bulunan ruh hastalarının hali)
karaduygu
suffer from melancholia
karasevdaya düşmek
melancholiac
hüzünlü
melancholiac
melankolik
melancholiac
melankolili
melancholiac
karasevdalı
abdominal melancholia
(Tıp) abdominal melankolisi
abdominal melancholia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karın melankolisi
melancholiac
(Tıp) Melankoli gösteren kişi, melankoli7li
Englisch - Englisch
Clinical depression, characterised by irrational fears, guilt and apathy
Deep sadness or gloom
Melancholy
A kind of mental unsoundness characterized by extreme depression of spirits, ill-grounded fears, delusions, and brooding over one particular subject or train of ideas
Severe depression
An older term for depression Melancholia is used today to describe some symptoms that occur in severe depression
Melancholia is a feeling of great sadness, especially one that lasts a long time. He sank into deep melancholia. a feeling of great sadness and lack of energy
An older term for depression, derived from the Greek word for black bile, an excess of which was believed to be the cause of low spirits Melancholia is used today to refer to certain symptoms that occur in severe depression
extreme depression characterized by tearful sadness and irrational fears
{i} mental disorder characterized by extreme depression (Psychiatry)
melancholiac
{i} one who is stricken with melancholia (Psychiatry); person who suffers from sadness or depression
melancholia

    Silbentrennung

    mel·an·cho·li·a

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ "me-l&n-'kO-lE-& ] (noun.) circa 1693. From Late Latin melancholia, which was in turn borrowed from the Ancient Greek medical term μελαγχολία (“blackness of the bile”)

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