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It can also be perceived as a trancelike state and its etymologic roots are from the Medieval Latin catalepsia, variant of Late Latin catalepsis, coming from Greek katalepsis, meaning literally "seizing" (1).
In the early 1990s the erroneous belief that the term lepidic came from the etymologic origin "butterfly" became prevalent.
Its etymologic origin is from the Latin hostis, which was used to describe a host or guest.