lunatic

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From Old French lunatique, from Late Latin lunaticus ("moonstruck"), derived from Latin luna ("moon").

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lunatic (plural lunatics)

  1. An insane person.

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lunatic (comparative more lunatic, superlative most lunatic)

  1. crazed, mad, insane, demented

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin lūnāticus.

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Noun[edit]

lunatic m (plural lunatici)

  1. somnambulist, sleepwalker
  2. (rare) dullard, fool, scatterbrain
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lunatic

  1. (popular, rare) born in the same month as another
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Etymology 2[edit]

From French lunatique, Italian lunatico.

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lunatic

  1. (rare) having hallucinations
  2. (rare) fantastic, unreal, bizarre
  3. having unusual or strange ideas and behavior
  4. (rare) fearful
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