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noun. 1 ‘the ecstasy of loving him’. SYNONYMS. rapture, bliss, elation, euphoria, cloud nine, seventh heaven, transports, rhapsodies. joy, joyousness, jubilation, exultation, heaven, paradise, delight.What is the etymology of ecstasy?
ecstasy (n.) late 14c., extasie "elation," from Old French estaise "ecstasy, rapture," from Late Latin extasis, from Greek ekstasis "entrancement, astonishment, insanity; any displacement or removal from the proper place," in New Testament "a trance," from existanai "displace, put out of place," also "drive out of one's mind" ( existanai phrenon ), from ek "out" (see ex-) + histanai "to place, cause to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand, make or be firm."What is slang for Ecstasy?
Molly – One of the most famous names for Ecstasy, “Molly” is slang for the word “molecular.” This is referring to the pure crystalline form of MDMA. Elliott – The list of guys names appropriate to nickname ecstasy could go on and on, but we are fond of Elliott. Mandy – Particularly in the UK, ecstasy is referred to as Mandy rather than Molly.What is another name for Ecstasy?
Synonyms for ecstasy cloud nine, elatedness, elation, euphoria, exhilaration, heaven, high, intoxication, paradise, rapture, rhapsody, seventh heaven, swoon, transport Near Antonyms for ecstasy misery, sadness, unhappiness, woe, wretchedness blues, dejection, desolation, despair, despondency, disconsolateness, disheartenment, dispiritedness,