In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sensation)mareo masculinevértigo masculine
- I question whether the persistent giddiness I feel around bristlecones is the altitude or a sense of their profound preeminence.
- In the early stages, I had giddiness, which was got over by taking Stemetil.
- She and her family had been suffering from severe headaches, giddiness and nausea.
- It affects nerve centres of the head and spine and produces giddiness and deafness.
- One month ago, the giddiness was severe and I was bedridden for about four days.
- Giddiness is a common problem that can be almost disabling.
- A similar degeneration in the neck bones can cause unsteadiness and giddiness.
- The path requires visitors to be free from giddiness, and sturdy shoes might be a good idea too.
- In larger doses, black cohosh can cause dizziness, headaches, giddiness, nausea, and vomiting.
- The inner ear is the site of origin of giddiness in nearly 90 per cent of patients.
- He complained of giddiness, shivering, vomiting and pains all over his body.
- Extreme anxiety can cause giddiness, heart palpitations, headaches or stomach disorders.
- What are the precautions I have to take to prevent giddiness from occurring again with any diet restrictions?
- A 19 year old college student was admitted with complaints of not talking and giddiness.
- Your history and tests suggest you have vertigo, which is a condition of imbalance with giddiness.
- She insists on just sitting in her chair until the giddiness passes.
- I was feeling no pain, just that giddiness that comes from a lack of oxygen.
- She still suffers from bouts of vomiting blood, headache and giddiness.
- Giddiness can be controlled by medication or surgery.
- My 13-year-old son has suffered from sickness, giddiness and headaches for about three years.
- The fans, though, can be forgiven their giddiness.
- Eliza was delighted to the point of giddiness.
- She is cute, clean and full of giddiness.
- At first, I thought it was just the innocent giddiness of young children.
- The strange giddiness of the first movement is immediately subdued by the grave brass chorale that opens the dark second movement.
- So I think the kind of giddiness that we had last summer is over.
- They all enjoy themselves to the point of giddiness.
- There should be a joy, not empty and shallow giddiness, but joy as we go about our lives.
- They bring to mind the pop of Champagne corks, the confetti, the giddiness, the hubbub.
- Every time it opens its waxed mustached mouth to shout a line, a sense of nostalgic giddiness overcomes the viewer.
- Only four weeks to go before the big day and instead of enjoying the pre-wedding giddiness, I am a wreck.
- I recall bringing the cheese home with a feeling of giddiness.
- His desire to be of service to her only increased her giddiness.
- I tried to be careful what I said, but dang if the giddiness of new friendship doesn't sometimes overwhelm my better judgment.
- I was beaming on the inside with happiness, on the verge of giddiness, as the clock ran down.
- Our teacher ended the giddiness soon enough.
- The latter reaction was simply a giddiness at having managed to get free of bourgeois restraint.
- Certainly, some late-night giddiness contributed, too.
- Some giddiness is to be expected.
- By the time I was finally able to rip open that dang plastic cover, the giddiness was oozing out of my ears.
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