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hebetude (HEB uh tood, HEB uh tyood) (s) (noun), hebetudes (pl)
1. A listlessness, lethargy, or laziness of the mind: Hebetude is not always stupidity; however, it is a mental slowness or dullness when reacting to one's environment or situation.
2. Etymology: from Late Latin hebetudo, from Latin hebes, hebet, "dull-witted", or "brainless".
Senseless, stupidity.
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Dullness of mind, irrational.
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hebetude (s) (noun), hebetudes (pl)