-leptic

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From Ancient Greek λῆψις (lêpsis, seizure) +‎ -ic.

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-leptic

  1. Of or relating to a condition of seizing, as in nympholeptic.
  2. A person who is afflicted with a condition prone to cause violent seizings, as in epileptic.

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