hallucina-, hallucino-, hallucinat-

(Greek > Latin: to wander in mind, to dream)

hallucinate
hallucinated
hallucinates
hallucinating
hallucination (s) (noun), hallucinations (pl)
1. A mental perception of something that does not really exist: A hallucination is often a delusion or result of a disorder of the nervous system, acute alcoholism, the taking of certain drugs, etc.
2. A wandering of the mind or an error, a mistake, or a blunder: The summary of what Greg owed the government for his income tax was considered an obvious hallucination by the man who prepared the report.
An imaginary object seen, heard, etc.
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hallucinational
hallucinative
hallucinatory
hallucinogen
hallucinogenic
hallucinosis
kinesthetic hallucination (s) (noun), kinesthetic hallucinations (pl)
False sensations of body movements, as with an amputated-phantom limb: Fred was sure that he was feeling his amputated right arm moving very often; however, Dr. Fisher explained that he was actually experiencing kinesthetic hallucinations.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving the "mind, mental" word units: anima-; anxi-; deliri-; menti-; moro-; noo-; nous; phreno-; psych-; thymo-2.