[fo-lee uh doo; French faw-lee a dœ] /fɒˈli ə ˈdu; French fɔ li a ˈdœ/
noun, plural folies à deux
[fo-leez uh doo; French faw-lee za dœ] /fɒˈliz ə ˈdu; French fɔ li za ˈdœ/ (Show IPA). Psychiatry.
the sharing of delusional ideas by two people who are closely associated.
/ˈfɒlɪ æ ˈdɜː/
(psychiatry) mental illness occurring simultaneously in two intimately related persons who share some of the elements of the illness, such as delusions
folie á deux fo·lie á deux (fô-lē’ ä dɶ’, fŏl’ē)
A condition in which symptoms of a mental disorder, occur simultaneously in two individuals who share a close relationship or association.
[French faw-leeduh grahn-dœr] /French fɔ lidə grɑ̃ˈdœr/ noun, plural folies de grandeur [French faw-leeduh grahn-dœr] /French fɔ lidə grɑ̃ˈdœr/ (Show IPA). Psychiatry. 1. a delusion of grandeur; megalomania. /fɔli də ɡrɑ̃dœr/ noun 1. delusions of grandeur noun delusions of grandeur Word Origin F.
- Folie du doute
folie du doute (dü dōōt’, dōōt’) n. A mental disorder characterized by extreme indecision, especially concerning everyday matters, and a pathological preoccupation with minute details.
[French faw-lee ber-zher] /French fɔ li bɛrˈʒɛr/ noun 1. a Parisian music hall founded in 1869 and noted for the lavish spectacle and mildly risqué content of its entertainments.
[foh-lee-ik-uh-luh s] /ˌfoʊ liˈɪk ə ləs/ adjective 1. growing on leaves, as certain liverworts. 2. parasitic on leaves, as certain fungi.