Etymology: From apoplecticusLatin, apoplÄcticus (possibly via apoplectique) from Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) (apoplÄktikos) < (polytonic, á) (apoplÄktos) < (polytonic, á) (apoplÄssÅ) < (polytonic, á) (apo) "of, from" + (polytonic, ) (plÄssÅ) "I strike".
- Of, or relating to apoplexy.
- Extremely angry or furious to the point of being unable to move or speak.
- (archaic) effuse, Effused with blood.
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