cataphor

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From Latin cataphora (a coma), from Ancient Greek καταφορά (kataphorá, a bringing down, a lethargic attack)

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cataphor (countable and uncountable, plural cataphors)

  1. (medicine) Semicoma.
  2. (medicine) Somnolence marked by periods of partial consciousness.