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Definition of lethologica in English:

lethologica

noun

mass noun rare

  • The inability to remember a particular word or name.

    ‘he would grope for the words and he often apologized for his lethologica’

Origin

Early 20th century: irregularly from Greek lēthē ‘forgetfulness’ (see Lethe) + logos ‘word’, with the ending in -ica probably intended to distinguish the word from others in -logia denoting a subject of study (see -logy).


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