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1. Immoderate or violent excitement of feeling; rage, fury; a paroxysm of excitement or rage.
2. Etymology: borrowed through French orgasme or New Latin orgasmus, from Greek orgasmos, "excitement, swelling", from organ, "be in heat, become ripe for"; literally, "to swell, be excited"; related to Greek orge,, "impulse, excitement, anger".
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(Greek: a strong desire, orgasm; the sting of a gadfly, anything that drives one mad)
(Greek > Latin > French: excitement or violent action in an organ or part)