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Medicinal words to describe people

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  • Prof.J.James
    melancholic (mel-uhn-KOL-ik) adjective 1. Gloomy; wistful. 2. Saddening. 3. Of or related to melancholia. [From Latin melancholia, from Greek melancholia (the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 17, 2009
      melancholic (mel-uhn-KOL-ik) adjective

      1. Gloomy; wistful.

      2. Saddening.

      3. Of or related to melancholia.

      [From Latin melancholia, from Greek melancholia (the condition of having an
      excess of black bile), from melan- (black) + chole (bile), ultimately from
      the Indo-European root ghel- (to shine) that is also the source of words
      such as yellow, gold, glimmer, gloaming, glimpse, glass, arsenic, and cholera.]
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