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Friday phrase: non compos mentis

non compos mentis, adj. \ˌnän-ˌkäm-pəs-ˈmen-təs, ˌnōn-\

: not of sound mind

Etymology:

Latin, literally, not having mastery of one's mind


First Known Use: 1607

Tags: latin, n, phrase, wordsmith: med_cat
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