"malanconia" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [Old Spanish]

IPA: /malankoˈnia/
Etymology: From Late Latin melancholia, from Ancient Greek μελαγχολία (melankholía, “blackness of the bile”). Etymology templates: {{inh|osp|LL.|melancholia}} Late Latin melancholia, {{der|osp|grc|μελαγχολία||blackness of the bile}} Ancient Greek μελαγχολία (melankholía, “blackness of the bile”) Head templates: {{head|osp|noun|g=f|g2=|head=|sort=}} malanconia f, {{osp-noun|f|-}} malanconia f (usually uncountable)
  1. melancholy, black bile Tags: feminine, uncountable, usually
    Sense id: malanconia-osp-noun-9JgGZwHw Synonyms: melanconia

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        {
          "text": "c. 1200, Almeric, Fazienda de Ultramar, f. 7v.\nEt otroſſi es bona pora aquellas enfermedades que uienen por malanconia.\nIt is also good for those illnesses that arise from black bile."
        },
        {
          "text": "Idem, f. 79r.\nLa ſegunda es q́ ſi beuiere oḿe della peſo duna dragma purga melanconia temprada miente ¬ bien.\nThe second is that if one were to drink of it the weight of one drachma, it purges black bile soon and well."
        }
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        "uncountable",
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      "ipa": "/malankoˈnia/"
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  ],
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        "Old Spanish nouns",
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        "Old Spanish terms derived from Late Latin",
        "Old Spanish terms inherited from Late Latin",
        "Old Spanish terms with IPA pronunciation"
      ],
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        {
          "text": "c. 1200, Almeric, Fazienda de Ultramar, f. 7v.\nEt otroſſi es bona pora aquellas enfermedades que uienen por malanconia.\nIt is also good for those illnesses that arise from black bile."
        },
        {
          "text": "Idem, f. 79r.\nLa ſegunda es q́ ſi beuiere oḿe della peſo duna dragma purga melanconia temprada miente ¬ bien.\nThe second is that if one were to drink of it the weight of one drachma, it purges black bile soon and well."
        }
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