phantasma

[ fan-taz-muh ]
/ fænˈtæz mə /

noun, plural phan·tas·ma·ta [fan-taz-muh-tuh] /fænˈtæz mə tə/.


Nearby words

  1. phano,
  2. phanotron,
  3. phantasia,
  4. phantasize,
  5. phantasm,
  6. phantasmagoria,
  7. phantasmagoric,
  8. phantasmagorical,
  9. phantasmagory,
  10. phantasmal

Origin of phantasma

Borrowed into English from Latin around 1590–1600

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Word Origin and History for phantasma

phantasma

n.

1590s, from Latin phantasma (see phantasm).

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