What is another word for locoism?
[ lˈə͡ʊkə͡ʊˌɪzəm], [ lˈəʊkəʊˌɪzəm], [ l_ˈəʊ_k_əʊ_ˌɪ_z_ə_m]
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Synonyms for Locoism:
n.• loco disease (noun)
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How to use "Locoism" in context?
Locoism is a term used to describe an obsession with or a need to move around uncontrollably or at an abnormal pace. The word is derived from the Latin words "loco" meaning "about" or "in a hurry" and "sistere" meaning "to limit." It was first used in the late 1800s to describe a psychiatric disorder that caused individuals to move around excessively. Today, the term is used more broadly to describe any type of movement obsession, from a fixation on body movements to a desire to dance constantly.
Homophones for Locoism:
- leukoma, logician, luscinia, lycium, laocoon, lcm, lyceum, lucania, ligan, lycaena, leccinum, lignum, lakshmi, logicism, laconian, lagoon, legume, lignin, logania, log on, lexeme, leishmania, leucaemia, liegeman, lissome, lockman, lesson, leukemia, liquaemin, lissom, lay eyes on, logion, lexicon, locum, log-in, liken, logan, lesion, loxoma, Lushun, logomania, legion, luzon, lessen, leucine, louisianan, lysin, leucoma, lausanne, liaison, lacuna, lagune, leukaemia, log in, lysogeny, look on, louisianian, leucaena, lasagne, lysosome, lagan, loose woman, lysinemia, lysine, Lazy Susan, lock in, loose cannon, ligne, lichen, louisiana, lycian, lucknow, lysozyme, legin, lycaeon, lasagna, laguna, like sin, laconia, logjam, loosen.
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