deliquium

noun (1)
de·​liq·​ui·​um | \-wēəm\
plural -s

Definition of deliquium 

(Entry 1 of 2)

archaic

: a failure of vitality : a fainting or sinking away

deliquium

noun (2)
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Definition of deliquium (Entry 2 of 2)

archaic

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History and Etymology for deliquium

Noun (1)

Latin, from delinquere to fail, offend

Noun (2)

Late Latin, act of melting, from Latin de- + -liquium (from liquēre to be fluid)

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