(Greek: false, deception, lying, untrue, counterfeit; used as a prefix)
Incoherence, or lack of organization, of speech.
False worship; the worship of false gods.
Pathological lying in speech or writing.
Fraudulent or misleading fortune telling; pretended divination.
One example is divination by drawing marked stones from a container.
An insane tendency to make false statements.
Someone who accuses himself or herself of having committed crimes of which he or she is really innocent.