1590s, from Latin delirium "madness," from deliriare "be crazy, rave," literally "go off the furrow," a plowing metaphor, from phrase de lire, from de "off, away" (see de-) + lira "furrow, earth thrown up between two furrows," from PIE *leis- (1) "track, furrow" (see learn).
1. In her delirium, she had fallen to the floor several times.
2. To her, it meant groans, delirium, death and smells.
对她来说, 这意味着呻吟 、 眩晕 、 死亡和恶臭.
3. Mental dullness is prominent, and delirium may occur.