lunatic, madman, maniac(noun)
an insane person
daredevil, madcap, hothead, swashbuckler, lunatic, harum-scarum(adj)
a reckless impetuous irresponsible person
insane and believed to be affected by the phases of the moon
An insane person.
crazed, mad, insane, demented
Origin: From lunatique, from lunaticus ("moonstruck"), derived from luna ("moon").
affected by lunacy; insane; mad
of or pertaining to, or suitable for, an insane person; evincing lunacy; as, lunatic gibberish; a lunatic asylum
a person affected by lunacy; an insane person, esp. one who has lucid intervals; a madman; a person of unsound mind
Origin: [F. lunatique, L. lunaticus, fr. luna the moon. See Lunar.]
"Lunatic" is an informal term referring to people who are considered mentally ill, dangerous, foolish or unpredictable; conditions once called lunacy. The term may be considered insulting in serious contexts, though is sometimes used in friendly jest. The word derives from lunaticus meaning "of the moon" or "moonstruck".
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Etymology and Origins
From the Latin luna, the moon. The Romans persistently cherished the idea that a person’s mind was affected at the several changes of the moon.
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The numerical value of lunatic in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of lunatic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of lunatic in a Sentence
A romantic guy is a real lunatic
A child is a curly, dimpled lunatic.
The place where optimism most flourishes is the lunatic asylum.
The place where optimism flourishes most is in the lunatic asylum.
The place where optimism flourishes the most is the lunatic asylum.
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- llunàticCatalan, Valencian
- lunatika, lunatikoEsperanto
- hullu, kuuhullu, mielipuoliFinnish
- lunatique, aliéné, aliénée, démente, démentFrench
- gealtach, gealtIrish
- geðsjúklingur, brjálæðingurIcelandic
- gek, gekkin, zot, zottinDutch
- wariat, szaleniecPolish
- lunático, lunáticaPortuguese
- sira-ulo, baliwTagalog
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