what is difference between grogginess and stupefaction
groggy + -ness
- The characteristic or quality of being groggy.
- Tenderness or stiffness in the foot of a horse, resulting in a hobbling gait.
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”).
stupefaction (countable and uncountable, plural stupefactions)
- The state of extreme shock or astonishment.
- A state of insensibility; stupor.