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1. Marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; ecstatic; delirious joy.
2. Irrational as a temporary result of a physical condition; such as, fever, poisoning, or brain injury.
3. Extremely excited or emotional: "She was delirious with joy when she won the "actress of the year" award."
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(Latin: madness; crazy, rave, deranged; literally, to go off the furrow; from delirare, "to turn aside from the furrow", whence arose the meanings "to deviate, to become deranged, to be crazy, or to be delirious")