Examples from the Web for echolalia
The echolalia that still appears now and then really belongs to this.The Mind of the Child, Part II|W. Preyer
The coincidence is a rational one; blindness and echolalia are united as cause and effect.
It is an interesting fact that of twelve cases of echolalia that have come under our observation, fifty per cent.
Echolalia, however, is not an exclusive appurtenance of those who tic.
Echolalia in the blind has been made the subject of an interesting study by Noir.
British Dictionary definitions for echolalia
Word Origin for echolalia
Word Origin and History for echolalia
1885, from Greek ekho (see echo (n.)) + lalia "talk, prattle, a speaking," from lalein "to speak, prattle," of echoic origin.