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incubus
(noun) 1. an evil spirit supposed to lie upon persons in their sleep; 2. anything oppressive or burdensome
scatology
(noun) the study of excrement; hence, study of the obscene
indigenous
(adj) 1. native to a location; 2. inborn, innate
inter alia
(adv) among other things
idio --
a combining form meaning: a) personal, distinct; b) (medicine) self-produced
sesqui --
a combining form meaning: one and a half times
ween
(verb) (archaic) to suppose; imagine
leitmotiv
(noun) in Wagnerian drama, a dominate recurring theme
epigone
(noun) an imitative follower (usu. inferior) (of a distinguished person)
epicene
(adj) having neither a male nor a female character
in flagrante delicto
(adv) in the very act of committing a misdeed
desuetude
(noun) disuse
parlous
(adj) fraught with danger; (adv) exceedingly
odalisque
(noun) a female slave in a harem
idiopathy
(noun) a primary disease (not caused by some other disease)
homeopathy
(noun) (medicine) the theory that disease is cured by remedies which produce effects similiar to the symptoms of the disease one is attempting to cure
allopathy
(noun) (medicine) treating disease by remedies which produce effects different from the symptoms of the disease treated
mendacious
(adj) given to falsehood, lying
alembic
(noun) an apparatus once used in distillation; hence, anything used to distill and refine
indigent
(adj) needy; poor