Apoplexie

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From Late Latin poplexia, apoplexia, from Ancient Greek ἀποπληξία (apoplēxía), from ἀποπλήσσειν (apoplḗssein) to cripple by a stroke; ἀπό (apó, from) + πλήσσειν (plḗssein, to strike).

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Apoplexie f (genitive Apoplexie, plural Apoplexien)

  1. (medicine) apoplexy

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