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multo (@27 : fr: spectre fr: fantôme es: fantasma )

bibit (@10 : fr: fantôme es: fantasma es: aparición )

anino (@5 : fr: ombre ms: bayang ja: 影 )

pangitain (@5 : pl: złudzenie pl: zjawa pl: iluzja )

espiritu (@4 : de: Geist sl: duh fa: روح )

lilim (@3 : fr: ombre id: bayang ja: 影 )

malikmata (@3 : pl: złudzenie pl: zjawa pl: iluzja )

malilim (@3 : fr: ombre id: bayang ja: 影 )

kintad ng kulay (@3 : fr: ombre id: bayang hi: छाया )

pagkahibang (@2 : pl: złudzenie pl: iluzja )

guniguni (@2 : pl: widmo pl: zjawa )

kaluluwa (@2 : de: Geist fa: روح )

hibo (@2 : pl: złudzenie pl: iluzja )

pang-akit (@1 : pl: mamidło )

paglitaw (@1 : pl: zjawa )

Pangitain (@1 : ja: 幻影 )

Isip (@1 : de: Geist )

isip (@1 : de: Geist )

pagsipot (@1 : pl: zjawa )

kadiliman (@1 : fr: ombre )

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Phantasm is from Middle English fantasme , a borrowing from Anglo-French fantasme , which itself is a derivative of Latin and Greek words—and ultimately the Greek verb phantazein , meaning "to present to the mind." The Greek verb took shape from phainein , meaning "to show," and this root appears in several English words that have to do with the way things seem or appear rather than the way they really are. Phantasmagoria and diaphanous are examples. Also from this root are words such as fanciful and fantasy , in which the imagination plays an important part.

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Middle English fantesme, fantosme, fantome, fantom "what has only a seeming reality or value, vanity, illusion, apparition, falsehood," borrowed from Anglo-French fantosme, fantasme, fantesme, fantame (continental Old French fantosme ), borrowed from Latin phantasma "ghost, apparition" (Late Latin also, "mental image, figment, illusion"), borrowed from Greek phántasma "apparition, ghost, vision, dream, (in plural) phenomena, portents," derivative, with the noun suffix -mat-, -ma, corresponding to phantázein "to make visible, present to the eye or mind, (middle voice) place before one's mind, picture to oneself, imagine" — more at fantasy entry 1

Note: The Middle English word bifurcated into two phonetically distinct words in early Modern English, phantasm, which has mostly restored the form of the Latin etymon, and phantom entry 1 , which more directly continues the Middle English original. According to a hypothesis in the Französisches etymologisches Wörterbuch, the -o- in the medieval French forms reflects *fantauma, from a presumed Ionian variant *phántagma of Greek phántasma that would have penetrated Gallo-Romance through contact with Greek speakers in Massilia (ancient Marseille). The -s- in fantosme, fantasme, etc., is an etymological restoration, as [s] would have been lost in such clusters in later medieval French.

13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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Meaning of   Phantom in Tagalog is : multo

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a phantom who haunts lonely roads

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Pertaining to, of the nature of, or resembling, a phantasm; spectral; illusive.

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  • cloud cuckoo land
  • false hopes
  • fictionalization
  • make believe phrase
  • never-never land
  • pie in the sky idiom

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Meaning of Phantasm in Tagalog language is: pangitain .

Other words in Tagalog

  • Phantasm: pangitain.
  • Phantasmagoria: kinikita.
  • Phantasmagorias: kinikita.
  • Phantasmagoric: kinikinita.
  • Phantasmal: pangitain.
  • Phantasms: multo.
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What does the word phantasm mean?

There are 11 meanings listed in OED's entry for the word phantasm , four of which are labelled obsolete. See ‘Meaning & use’ for definitions, usage, and quotation evidence.

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The earliest known use of the word phantasm is in the Middle English period (1150—1500).

OED's earliest evidence for phantasm is from before 1250, in Ancrene Riwle .

phantasm is of multiple origins. Partly a borrowing from French. Partly a borrowing from Latin.

Etymons: French fantasme ; Latin phantasma .

Nearby entries

  • phanerozone, adj. & n. 1962–
  • phanopoeia | phanopeia, n. 1929–
  • phanotron, n. 1931–
  • -phanous, comb. form
  • Phansigar, n. 1813–
  • phantascope, n. 1849–
  • phantasiast, n. 1680–
  • phantasiastic, adj. 1830–38
  • phantasim, n. 1598
  • phantasist, n. 1864–
  • phantasm, n. & adj. a1250–
  • phantasma, n. 1598–
  • phantasmagoria, n. 1801–
  • phantasmagoriacal, adj. 1823
  • phantasmagorial, adj. 1822–
  • phantasmagorian, adj. 1827–
  • phantasmagoric, adj. 1813–
  • phantasmagorical, adj. 1828–
  • phantasmagorically, adv. 1845–
  • phantasmagorist, n. 1816–
  • phantasmagory, n. 1818–

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an apparition or specter.

a creation of the imagination or fancy; fantasy.

a mental image or representation of a real object.

an illusory likeness of something.

Origin of phantasm

  • Sometimes fan·tasm

synonym study For phantasm

Other words for phantasm, words nearby phantasm.

  • phanerophyte
  • Phanerozoic
  • phantasmagoria
  • phantasmagoric
  • phantasmagory

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How to use phantasm in a sentence

A phantasm is that which, not being a true counterpart of reality, is yet so like it as to be mistaken for reality.

His eyes stared wonderingly at the grotesque face like a lingering phantasm of fevered dreams.

Was all this nothing,—a dream, a splendid phantasm , to be rent away like a crimson cloud?

His desire to be with her was the desire to escape the phantasm of the woman haunting to subjugate him when they were separate.

At times faith grows faint, and I think it all a delusion—a phantasm —a dream.

British Dictionary definitions for phantasm

/ ( ˈfæntæzəm ) /

an illusory perception of an object, person, etc

(in the philosophy of Plato) objective reality as distorted by perception

Derived forms of phantasm

  • phantasmal or phantasmic , adjective
  • phantasmally or phantasmically , adverb

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This chapter provides a thorough analysis of the necessary conditions for understanding the concept of phantasm in Aquinas, suggesting first that there are three categories of similitudo , one of which is the phantasm. It offers an extended argument indicating that a phantasm is neither a sense datum nor always an image. Insofar as a sense datum account of perception requires necessarily that a sense datum has a connection with the external senses, it follows that a phantasm cannot be reduced to a sense datum. Accordingly, a correct elucidation of Aquinas’s theory of sensation and perception entails that a sense datum interpretation of a phantasm is both textually inconsistent and structurally incoherent.

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Meaning of   Phantasm in Tagalog is : pangitain

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  • a figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition.

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multo is the translation of "phantasm" into Tagalog. Sample translated sentence: Thus, 500 years before The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil (EoSD), the yōkai sage Yukari Yakumo developed the "boundary of phantasm and substance," which was favored by the yōkai and protected the balance. ↔ Kaya, limangdaang taon bago ang pangyayari ng Embodiment of Scarlet Devil, ang youkai na Yukari Yakumo ay gumawa ng hangganan ng pangitain at materyal na sinang-ayunan ng youkai at naprotektahan ang balanse.

something seen but having no physical reality; a phantom or apparition. [..]

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phantasm - a figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition.

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  1. phantasm in Tagalog

    English Tagalog pharmaceutical pharmacist pharmacology pharynx pheasant Translation of "phantasm" into Tagalog multo is the translation of "phantasm" into Tagalog.

  2. Phantasm in Tagalog

    Phantasm in Tagalog Phantasm in Tagalog The best Filipino / Tagalog translation for the English word phantasm. The English word "phantasm" can be translated as the following word in Tagalog: 1.) gunit á - [noun] memory; recollection; reminiscence; phantasm more...

  3. Phantasm in Tagalog

    a figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition. Sponsored Other meanings of Phantasm NOUN pangitain vision omen apparition phantasm sign multo ghost specter phantom spook apparition phantasm malikmata mirage illusion phantasm guniguni imagery hallucination imagination illusion phantom phantasm Examples

  4. GUNITA: Definition of the Tagalog word gunita in English

    Definition for the Tagalog word gunita: gunitá. [noun] memory; recollection; reminiscence; phantasm. Root: gunita. Average Frequency. The Tagalog.com Dictionary is now an App! Join us! We are a free online community for Filipino / Tagalog language learners.

  5. phantasm

    PHANTASM is a word in English with its meaning. An image formed by the mind, and supposed to be real or material; a shadowy or airy appearance; sometimes, an optical illusion;

  6. PHANTASM Meaning in Tagalog

    translations in context of "PHANTASM" in english-tagalog. For other uses, see Phantasm. - Para sa ibang gamit, tingnan ang Phantom.

  7. phantasm in English

    Translation of "phantasm" into English . Sample translated sentence: Si Tall Man ay isang karakter at kontrabida mula sa serye ng mga pelikulang katatakutang Phantasm. ↔ The Tall Man is a fictional character and main antagonist of the Phantasm series of horror films.

  8. phantasm

    phantasm. PHANTASM is a word in English with its meaning. A mental image or representation of a real object; a. Words for further learning; English: coaxer English: oboe Cebuano: pakang English: base Tagalog: pabaon English: humectation Cebuano: birgatinya English: rong English: blustering English: analogous Tagalog: pulupot English: reward English: uniradiated ...

  9. Phantasma Definition & Meaning

    The meaning of PHANTASMA is phantasm. phantasm… See the full definition. Games & Quizzes; Games & Quizzes; Word of the Day; Grammar; Wordplay; Word Finder; Thesaurus; Join MWU ... Post the Definition of phantasma to Facebook Facebook. Share the Definition of phantasma on Twitter Twitter. Love words? Need even more definitions?

  10. phantasma in Tagalog

    phantasma in Tagalog - English-Tagalog Dictionary | Glosbe ☰ Glosbe Glosbe English Tagalog pewter phallus phanerogam phantasm phantom pharaoh pharmaceutical pharmacist pharmacology pharynx pheasant phenol Translation of "phantasma" into Tagalog Alternative form of phantasm. Glosbe Translate

  11. Phantasm Definition & Meaning

    noun phan· tasm ˈfan-ˌta-zəm variants or less commonly fantasm Synonyms of phantasm 1 : a product of fantasy: such as a : delusive appearance : illusion b : ghost, specter c : a figment of the imagination 2 : a mental representation of a real object phantasmal fan-ˈtaz-məl adjective phantasmic fan-ˈtaz-mik adjective Did you know?

  12. Phantom in Tagalog

    Phantom Meaning in Tagalog. What is the meaning of Phantom in Tagalog? Find Pronunciation, Examples, Synonyms and Similar words for Phantom in Tagalog. ... multo ghost specter phantom spook apparition phantasm. guniguni imagery hallucination imagination illusion phantom fancy. ADJECTIVE. parang multo spectral phantom ghastly.

  13. phantasmal

    phantasmal. PHANTASMAL is a word in English with its meaning. Pertaining to, of the nature of, or resembling, a phantasm; spectral; illusive.

  14. phantasm noun

    (formal) a thing seen in the imagination synonym illusion Word Origin Want to learn more? Find out which words work together and produce more natural-sounding English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. Try it for free as part of the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary app. See phantasm in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  15. PHANTASM

    PHANTASM definition: 1. something that is seen or imagined but is not real 2. something that is seen or imagined but is…. Learn more.

  16. Phantasm in Tagalog? How to use Phantasm in Tagalog. Learn Tagalog

    How to write in Tagalog? The standard way to write "Phantasm" in Tagalog is: pangitain Alphabet in Tagalog. About Tagalog language. See more about Tagalog language in here.. Tagalog (/təˈɡɑːlɒɡ/, tə-GAH-log; Tagalog pronunciation: [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by the ethnic Tagalog people, who make up a quarter of the population of the ...

  17. PHANTASMA definition in American English

    PHANTASMA definition: phantasm (sense 1 ) , phantasm (sense 2 ) | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples in American English

  18. phantasm, n. & adj. meanings, etymology and more

    There are 11 meanings listed in OED's entry for the word phantasm, four of which are labelled obsolete. See 'Meaning & use' for definitions, usage, and quotation evidence. phantasm has developed meanings and uses in subjects including. philosophy (late 1500s) parapsychology (1880s) See meaning & use.

  19. Phantasm

    phantasm: 1 n something existing in perception only Synonyms: apparition , fantasm , phantasma , phantom , shadow Types: UFO , flying saucer , unidentified flying object an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown; especially those considered to have extraterrestrial origins Flying Dutchman a phantom ship that is said to appear in ...

  20. Phantasm Definition & Meaning

    phantasm / ˈ fænˌtæzəm/ noun. plural phantasms. Britannica Dictionary definition of PHANTASM. [count] literary. : something that exists only in a person's mind. the phantasm of equality. a ghostly phantasm. PHANTASM meaning: something that exists only in a person's mind.

  21. PHANTASM Definition & Usage Examples

    Phantasm definition: . See examples of PHANTASM used in a sentence.

  22. 11 The Role of Phantasms in Inner Sense: Part 1

    A phantasm is connected structurally with the functioning of the internal senses. That there has been much philosophical discussion about the nature of inner sense since the mid-twentieth century publication of Ryle's The Concept of the Mind is obvious. If the internal sensorium of Aquinas's epistemology is to be elucidated adequately, this will depend necessarily upon a correct analysis ...

  23. phantasms in tagalog

    Phantasm in Tagalog. What is the translation of word Phantasm in Tagalog/Filipino ? Meaning of Phantasm in Tagalog is : pangitain. Defenition of word phantasm. a figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition. Other meanings of Phantasm. the cart seemed to glide like a terrible phantasm. Recent Searched Words Translation of "phantasm ...