1、apo- "off; 这里off取其引申义：进入迷糊状态，失掉(意识)；off本来就具有这层引申义" + plex- + -y.
前缀apo-, 从，离开，此处表强调。词根plex, 同pleg, 击，打，见paraplegia, 瘫痪。
- apoplexy:  The Greek verb apopléssein meant ‘incapacitate by means of a stroke’. It was formed from the prefix apo- ‘away, off’ (here used as an intensive) and the verb pléssein ‘hit’ (source of English plectrum  and related to English complain, plangent, plankton, and plague). The derived noun, apoplēxíā, entered English via Latin and Old French.
=> complain, plague, plangent, plankton, plectrum
- apoplexy (n.)
- late 14c., "sudden fit of paralysis and dizziness," from Old French apoplexie or directly from Late Latin apoplexia, from Greek apoplexia, from apoplessein "to strike down and incapacitate," from apo- "off" (see apo-), in this case probably an intensive prefix, + plessein "hit" (cognates: plague (n.), also with a root sense of "stricken"). The Latin translation, sideratio, means "disease caused by a constellation."
- 1. He has already caused apoplexy with his books on class and on war.
- 2. The old man died of apoplexy.
- 3. He died from an apoplectic fit ( a stroke of apoplexy )
- 4. Master the definition, syndrome differentiation , treatment and other acumoxa therapies of Apoplexy.
- 掌握中风的定义 、 辨证论治和针灸其它疗法.
- 5. Objective To improve further the effects of treatment for pituitary adenoma apoplexy.
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