Mad Hatter syndrome n.
A complex of disorders resulting from chronic mercury poisoning that includes stomatitis, diarrhea, ataxia, tremor, hyperreflexia, sensorineural impairment, and emotional instability.
[mad-hous] /ˈmædˌhaʊs/ noun, plural madhouses [mad-hou-ziz] /ˈmædˌhaʊ zɪz/ (Show IPA) 1. a hospital for the confinement and treatment of mentally disturbed persons. 2. a wild, confused, and often noisy place, set of circumstances, etc.: The office was a madhouse today. /ˈmædˌhaʊs/ noun (informal) 1. a mental hospital or asylum 2. a state of uproar or […]
[muhd-yuh bah-ruht, -ruh t] /ˈmʌd yə ˈbɑ rʌt, -rət/ noun 1. a former state of central India; now included in Madhya Pradesh. /ˈmʌdjə ˈbɑːrət/ noun 1. a former state of central India: part of Madhya Pradesh since 1956
[muhd-yuh-pruh-deysh, prah-desh] /ˈmʌd yə prəˈdeɪʃ, ˈprɑ dɛʃ/ noun 1. a state in central India. 171,201 sq. mi. (443,411 sq. km). Capital: Bhopal. /ˈmʌdjə prɑːˈdɛʃ/ noun 1. a state of central India, situated on the Deccan Plateau: rich in mineral resources, with several industrial cities: formerly the largest Indian state, it lost much of the SE […]
[mahd-yuh-mi-kuh] /mɑdˈyʌ mɪ kə/ noun, Buddhism. 1. a school of philosophy, of a.d. c200, that attempted a reconciliation with Hinayana from a Mahayana position.