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Date posted: March 27, 2012

Dr Nahida M Mulla

MIND & DISPOSITION:

Abandon, wild (Cross Ref. – wildness)
Abandoned feels.
Abhorrence (C.R – aversion)
Absentminded.
Absorbed.
Abusive, inclined to be.
Act, no longer wishes to.

Actions, foolish.
Accounts, makes mistakes.
Addressed, hates to be.
Affectation, in mania.
Affected, easily.

  • Affection, has none for anybody.
  • Affectionate.
  • Affronted (C.R – Anger & insulted)
  • Agitation.
  • Agony (C.R – Anguish)
  • Alarm (C.R- Fear)
  • Alone (C.R – company)
  • Amativeness (C.R – Amorous, erotic)
  • Ambition.
  • Amorous.
  • Amuse – himself, child does not.
  • Anger.
  • Anguish (agony)
  • Annoyed by conversation.
  • answer, abrupt, short.
  • Antagonism with herself (melancholy)
  • Anthropophobia (C.R. Aversion & company)
  • Anticipation.
  • Antics (C.R – Actions, gestures, tricks)
  • Antipathy (C.R – aversion, company, dissatisfied, hate)
  • Anxiety.
  • Apathy
  • Aphasia (see speech chapter)
  • Apprehension.
  • Arbitrary.
  • Arithmetical calculations.
  • Arrogance (C.R –Haughty, pride)
  • Articulate (C.R – talking)
  • Attention cannot fix.
  • Attitude (C.R – Position)
  • Automatically attends to household duties.
  • Avarice.
  • Aversion to all things.
  • Awe, stands in of those around him (C.R –Dread, fear)
  • Awkwardness.
  • Babbling (C.R – Talking)
  • Bashful.
  • Beating (C.R – Striking, violence)
  • Bed.
  • Behavior, extravagant.
  • Beside oneself.
  • Bewildered.
  • Bites.
  • Bitterness.( (C.R –Sarcastic)
  • Boldness.
  • Breaks chairs with remarkable celerity.
  • Buoyancy.
  • Brawling ((C.R –Quarrelsome)
  • Brooding.
  • Brutality.
  • Buffoonery.
  • Burglars.
  • Bustling.
  • Busy.
  • Calmness alternating with anger.
  • Caprice.
  • Care.
  • Careless.
  • Caressing.
  • Carried, desire to be.
  • Catalepsy.
  • Catch.
  • Censorious (criticizing, fault finding)
  • Chagrin ( Mortification)
  • Change, desire for.
  • Changeable.
  • Changed, everything seems.
  • Charmed as if & could not break the spell.
  • Cheerful.
  • Childish.
  • Clairvoyancy.
  • Clawing, his father’s face (boy)
  • Clear mind.
  • Climb, inclination to.
  • Clumsy (awkward)
  • Coma.
  • Comforted, cannot be.
  • Company, aversion to (desire for solitude)
  • Company, desire for (averse to solitude)
  • Complaining.
  • Comprehension, difficult.
  • Confidence, loss of.
  • Confounds, objects.
  • Confusion.
  • Conscience, anxiety of.
  • Consciousness, blunted.
  • Consolation, aggravates.
  • Contempt.
  • Content.
  • Contentious (C.R. – Quarrelsome)
  • Contradiction, (opposition), ailments   from.
  • Contradictory.
  • Contrary (C.R – Antagonism0
  • Counting.
  • Covetousness.
  • Cowardice.
  • Crazy with distress.
  • Creeping.
  • Cries (C.R – screams & weeping)
  • Crime, as if he has committed.
  • Criticizing.
  • Cross.
  • Crowed like a cock, before every spell of
  • Somnambulism.
  • Cruel.
  • Crying (C.R – weeping)
  • Crying out (C.R – Screaming)
  • Curses.
  • Dancing.
  • Dazed.
  • Death, anticipation of.
  • Debauchery, inclined to.
  • Defiant (C.R – antagonism)
  • Dejected (C.R.- Depressed)
  • Delirium.
  • Delirium tremens.
  • Delusion.
  • Depressed (dejected, despondent)
  • Depravity.
  • Deranged (see crazy, delusions, mania)
  • Desires.
  • Despair.
  • Desperation.
  • Despises (contempt)
  • Destroys things.
  • Disagreeable.
  • Discontent, (dissatisfied)
  • Discouraged.
  • Disgust.
  • Disobedience.
  • Disputative.
  • Distance, no correct estimation.
  • Distraction.
  • Distress.
  • Dissatisfied (C.R – Discontent)
  • Disunion with himself.
  • Dogmatical.
  • Domineering.
  • Doubt (C.R – Mistrust, suspicion)
  • Dread, of being alone.
  • Dream.
  • Dreamy.
  • Dressing, averse to.
  • Drunkenness (C.R – Intoxicated)
  • Dullness.
  • Eats his own faeces.
  • Ecstasy.
  • Egotism (selfishness, self-esteem, self-
  •           satisfaction)
  • Earnestness.
  • Embarrassed (C.R – bashful)
  • Embrace, inclination to.
  • Emotion, Ailments from.
  • Enchanted, like one, & beside himself.
  • Enemy considers everybody.
  • Energy, loss of.
  • Ennui.
  • Envy.
  • Erotic.
  • Escape, desire to.
  • Exacting.
  • Exaltation.
  • Exasperated (C.R – Anger, chagrin,
  • Indignation, vexation)
  • Excitable.
  • Excitement.
  • Exhaustion (C.R – Mental exhaustion)
  • Exhilaration.
  • Existences (C.R – delusion, double)
  • Explaining constantly.
  • Extravagant ideas.
  • Eyes, closed (C.R – delusion, eyes)
  • Faces, makes (C.R – Grimaces)
  • Fancies.
  • Far away feeling.
  • Faultfinding disposition.
  • Fear.
  • Fickle.
  • Fidgety.
  • Filth.
  • Fists.
  • Fire.
  • Fitful.
  • Flattered, wants to be.
  • Flies, tries to catch.
  • Flighty C.R – Delirium)
  • Food, refuses.
  • Foolish (silly)
  • Forebodings.
  • Forgetful.
  • Frantic.
  • Frenzy.
  • Fretful.
  • Fright (C.R – Fear)
  • Frivolous.
  • Frolicsome behavior.
  • Fun, full of.
  • Fury.
  • Future, fear of (C.R – Anxiety, apprehension, dread, forebodings)
  • Gay.
  • Gestures.
  • Gloomy.
  • Grasping.
  • Greedy.
  • Grave (C.R – serious)
  • Grief.
  • Grimaces.
  • Groaning.
  • Grudge.
  • Grumble, disposed to.
  • Happy.
  • Hardhearted.
  • Harsh, with headache.
  • Hasty (hurried)
  • Hates.
  • Haughty (arrogant)
  • Headstrong (C.R – Obstinate)
  • Heaven, feels as if in a (C.R. Peace, serenity)
  • Heaviness.
  • Helpless, feels like an infant.
  • Hesitation.
  • Hide, desires to (C.R- Escape, run)
  • Hilarity.
  • Hold, takes (C.R – Grasping)
  • Home, as if away from.
  • Homesick.
  • Honor, affects of wounded.
  • Hopefulness.
  • Hopeless.
  • Howls.
  • Humor (C.R –ill humor)
  • Humiliation.
  • Hurry, hasty.
  • Hydrophobia.
  • Hyperaesthesia, emotional.
  • Hypochondriasis.
  • Hysteria (C.R – Chapter 36)
  • Ideas.
  • Idiocy.
  • Idiotic, behavior.
  • Idleness (C.R -  laziness.)
  • Ill humor.
  • Imagination.
  • Imitates.
  • Imbecility.
  • Impatience.
  • Impertinent (C.R – Impudent)
  • Impetuous.
  • Impressibility.
  • Impudent (insolent, impertinent)
  • Impulsive.
  • Inattentive.
  • Incoherence.
  • Inconsolable.
  • Inconstancy.
  • Indecision.
  • Indifferent.
  • Indignation, A/F.
  • Inertness.
  • Indolence (C.R – laziness)
  • Inhumanity.
  • Insolent (C.R – Impudent)
  • Insulting.
  • Insults, A/F.
  • Intellect (C.R – mental conditions)
  • Intoxicated feeling.
  • Intoxication (drunkenness) (C.R – chapter 2)
  • Introspective (introverted) (C.R – reflective, thoughtful)
  • Irascible (C.R –Anger, quarrelsome)
  • Irresolute.
  • Irritable.
  • Jealousy.
  • Joking.
  • Joy.
  • Jumping.
  • Kicking on awaking.
  • Kill.
  • Kiss, wants to everybody.
  • Kleptomania (C.R – Stealing)
  • Lamenting.
  • Lascivious.
  • Laughing.
  • Laziness.
  • Lectrophilie & lectrophobia.
  • Lethargy (C.R – Stupor_
  • Lie, wants to.
  • Lie (falsehood) (C.R – lying)
  • Life, weary of.
  • Light, desire for.
  • Listless.
  • Lively.
  • Longing (C.R- Desires)
  • Looking, about bed.
  • Looked at will not be.
  • Loquacious.
  • Love disappointed A/F.
  • Love, exalted.
  • Low spirited (C.R –Depression, sadness)
  • Lying.
  • Malice.
  • Mania.
  • Marriage.
  • Marry, aversion to, in women.
  • Matter, says there is nothing.
  • Medicine, refuses.
  • Meditation.
  • Melancholy.
  • Memory.
  • Mental aberration.
  • Mental activity.
  • Mental concentration.
  • Mental dullness (C.R – Dullness)
  • Mental emotions (C.R –Emotions)
  • Mental exertion, A/F.
  • Mental exhaustion (prostration)
  • Mental strain (C.R –mental exertion & exhaustion)
  • mental symptoms.
  • Merry.
  • Mesmeric.
  • Metaphysical subtleties.
  • Mirrors, afraid of.
  • Misanthropic.
  • Mischievousness.
  • Mild.
  • Miserly (C.R –Avarice)
  • Mistrust.
  • Moaning.
  • Mocks, aged people.
  • Moody.
  • Moral feeling, want of.
  • Morose.
  • Mortification (C.R – chagrin,shame)
  • Mouth, lays fingers on,alternately with stretching hands to fullest extent.
  • Motion, disinclined to.
  • Muddled.
  • Murder (C.R –Killing)
  • Murmuring.
  •  Music, Aversion to.
  • Mute  (C.R –taciturn)
  • Naked.
  • News, bad ailment from.
  • Nose, inclination when walking, to take people by (mania)
  • Nymphomania (C.R – Chapter 23)
  • Obstinate (Headstrong, self willed, stubborn)
  • Obscene (C.R- Lascivious)
  • Obtuse (C.R – dull, stupid)
  • Objections.
  • Offended easily.
  • Opposition (C.R – Antagonism, contradiction)
  • Oppression.
  • Overbearing (c.R – abusive, arbitrary, arrogant, egotism, pride, insulting & quarrelsome)
  • Passimony (C.R. – avarice)
  • Passionate.
  • Passive, inclined to be.
  • Peace, heavenly sense of.
  • Peevish (petulant)
  • Pensive (C.R – Introspective, reflective, thoughtful)
  • Pent up.
  • Perception, diminished.
  • Perseverance, want of.
  • Petulant (C.R – Peevish)
  • Phantoms (C.R – delusions)
  • Phlegmatic (C.R – Apathy, torpor also temperament chapter 47)
  • Picks, air.
  • Pins, breaks into pieces, half a day at a time.
  • Pitiful.
  • Placid (C.R – mild, peace, yielding)
  • Plans.
  • Play, A/F excessive.
  • Pockets, fills with anything.
  • Pointing to things to express wishes.
  • Positions, queer, in bed.
  • Praying.
  • Pride.
  • Procrastinate.
  • Prophecies.
  • Proposes, absurd things.
  • Purchases, makes useless.
  • Push things, impelled to.
  • Pusillanimity (C.R – Cowardice)
  • Quaking.
  • Quarrelsome,.
  • Quiet.
  • Rage.
  • Rambling manner.
  • Rancor.
  • Rashness (C.R – Hasty, impulsive)
  • Rats, thinks & talks of.
  •  Raving.
  • Reading, averse.
  • Real, things as if not 9C.R – strange)
  • Reckless.
  • Recognize, inability.
  • Reflecting.
  • Regret (C.R – Grief, remorse, repent)
  • Religious.
  • Remorse.
  • Repentant.
  • Reprimanded.
  • Reproachful, of others.
  • Repulsive mood.
  • Reprophobia.
  • Reserved.
  • Resigned.
  • Rest, desire for.
  • Restlessness (mental)
  • Reticent (C.R – bashful, reserved)
  • Reverie, absorbed in.
  • Riotous in mental derangement.
  • Roaring (C.R – Screaming)
  • Rolls on ground.
  • Rude.
  • Ruins things.
  • Run about.
  • Sad (dejected, downcast, low spirited)
  • Salacity (C.R – erotic, lascivious, obscene)
  • Salvation (C.R – Religion)
  • Sarcastic, satirical.
  • Scratches.
  • Scolding.
  • Scornful (C.R- Haughty, Pride)
  • Screaming (Crying out, howling, shrieking)
  • Scrupulous, about small things.
  • Secretive, inclined to be.
  • Self-control, want of.
  • Self-deception.
  • Self-depreciation.
  • Selfishness (C.R – Egotism)
  • Self will ( C.R Obstinate)
  • Sensational.
  • Sense, too acute.
  • Sensitive.
  • Sentimental.
  • Serenity (Tranquility)
  • Serious.
  • Sexual excitement.
  • Shame, A/F.
  • Shock, causes exhaustion.
  • Shouting (C.R – Screaming)
  • Shrieking (C.R – screaming)
  • Shrinking (C.R – Bashful, cowardice, fear, reserved, sensitive)
  • Shy (C.R – bashful)
  • Sighing.
  • Silent (C.R – Taciturn)
  • Silly (C.R – foolish)
  • Singing.
  • Sitting, in bed
  • Slinks, about like a ghost (ague)
  • Sluggish (C.R- Apathy, laziness, torpor)
  • Smiling.
  • Snappish (C.R –cross)
  • Solicitude ( C.R – Anxiety, apprehension)
  • Somnambulism.
  •  Sopor (C.R – stupor)
  • Sounds.
  • Speech (C.R – Talking)
  • Spelling, makes mistakes in.
  • Spits.
  • Spiteful.
  • Speculation.
  • Staring.
  • Startled (C.R – Staring)
  • Steal, inclination to.
  • Stolid (C.R – apathy)
  • Story.
  • Strange, everything seems.
  • Strikes.
  • Stubborn (C.R – Obstinate)
  • Study.
  • Stunned (C.R – Stupor)
  • Stupid (stupefaction, lighter than stupor)
  • Stupor (lethargy, spoor)
  • Subdued (C.R – mild, Peace, Quiet, serene)
  • Suicide, anxiety.
  • Sulky.
  • Sullen.
  • Superstitious.
  • Surly (C.R – Sullen)
  • Surprise (C.R – News)
  • Suspicious.
  • Swearing (C.R – cursing)
  • Sympathy.
  • Syphilophobia.
  • Taciturn (silent)
  • Talking.
  • Tears, things around him.
  • Temper.
  • Tender disposition.
  • Theorizing, constantly (C.R – metaphysics, speculation)
  • Thoughts (thinking) absorbed in.
  • Thoughtful (C.R – reflective)
  • Thoughtless.
  • Throws things in air.
  • Time.
  • Timidity (C.R – cowardice, fear)
  • Torments.
  • Torpor.
  • Tranquil (C.R- peace, quiet, serene, subdued)
  • Touched.
  • Trance.
  • Travel, desire to.
  • Tricks.
  • Uncertainty, feeling of.
  • Ugliness, of disposition.
  • Unconscious.
  • Uneasy.
  • Unobservant.
  • Unpleasant things, inclined to dwell on.
  • Unsteady.
  • Vacillating (C.R – Indecision, unsteady)
  • Vacinity, feeling of.
  • Vehemence.
  • Verses, makes.
  • Vexation.
  • Vigilance, morbid.
  • Vindictive.
  • Violent.
  • Visions ( C.R – delusions)
  • Vivacity.
  • Voices, personifies (delirium tremens)
  • Voluptuous (C.R – Amorous, lascivious, erotic)
  • Walk.
  • Wanders.
  • Washing.
  • Waspish.
  • Wasteful (C.R – Extravagant)
  • Water.
  • Wavering (C.R – Indecision)
  • Weeping (crying, lachrymose disposition)
  • Whimpering.
  • Whining.
  • Whistling.
  • Wicked.
  • Wildness.
  • Will.
  • Window, impulse to jump out of.
  • Witty.
  • Work, aversion to.
  • World has no existence for her.
  • Worry.
  • Writing.
  • Yielding disposition.
  • Zoomagnetic condition.

Dr Nahida M.Mulla M.D.
Prinipal , Professor  Repertory & Incharge of Paediatric OPD.
A.M.Shaikh Homoeopathic Medical College &  Hospital Belgaum – 590010 (Karnataka)
E-Mail: drnahida_mulla@yahoo.com

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