grogginess vs stupefaction what difference

what is difference between grogginess and stupefaction

English

Etymology

groggy +‎ -ness

Noun

grogginess (uncountable)

  1. The characteristic or quality of being groggy.
  2. Tenderness or stiffness in the foot of a horse, resulting in a hobbling gait.


English

Etymology

From Middle French stupéfaction, from Latin stupefaciō (strike dumb, stun with amazement, stupefy), from stupeō (I am stunned, speechless) (English stupid, stupor) + faciō (do, make).

Noun

stupefaction (countable and uncountable, plural stupefactions)

  1. The state of extreme shock or astonishment.
  2. A state of insensibility; stupor.

Related terms

  • stupefy
  • stupid
  • stupor

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