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Meaning: an obsessional preoccupation with cleanliness, washing or bathing, often accompanied by compulsive rituals

It is derived from Latin ablutere meaning to wash off and Greek mania meaning mad, crazy.
My mother has ablutomania, so she takes bath almost 5 times a day.The child’s ablutomania had become a pain for his mother as she was constantly engaged in looking after him whenever he went for a bath.


Meaning:  passionate enthusiasm for collecting and possessing books

Bibliomania derives from the Greek terms biblíon meaning “book,” and maníameaning “madness.” It entered English in the early 1700s.
His bibliomania drove him to pay a fortune for any book that caught his interest. He was a lover of classical literature who passed his bibliomania to his son.


Meaning: an uncontrollable craving for alcoholic liquors

It is derived in Mid 19th century: from Greek dipso- (from dipsa ‘thirst’) + -mania. Did I mention I have fairly severe dipsomania? These characters could inhabit an early Waugh but not a later one, where dipsomania is not a joke but a debilitating disease that wrecks lives.


Meaning: A recurrent urge to steal, typically without regard for need or profit.
The term kleptomania was derived from the Greek words κλέπτω (klepto) “to steal” and μανία (mania) “mad desire, compulsion”. Its meaning roughly corresponds to “compulsion to steal” or “compulsive stealing” The profile of the basic kind of person who suffers from kleptomania is that of somebody who has had a chaotic upbringing. When Ann gets home, she’s ashamed, haunted by her moment of kleptomania. People with kleptomania often have another psychiatric disorder, often a mood disorder such as depression and anxiety.


Meaning:  Delusion about one’s own power or importance (typically as a symptom of manic or paranoid disorder).
So my ultimate goal of acquiring enough knowledge to conquer the stock market isn’t a product of megalomania? His brash style and megalomania also make him enemies.