Idolum

Idolum means an insubstantial image or a fallacy. It comes from the Latin word for apparition or religious idol. It can also refer to: ...
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Idolum

• (n.) Alt. of Idolon
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Idolum

I·do'lum I*do'lon noun ; plural Idola . [ Latin See Idol ; confer Eidolon .] Appearance or image; a phantasm; a spectral image; also, a mental image or idea.
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idolum

idolum, idolon 1. An appearance or image; a phantasm; a spectral image. 2. A mental image or idea. Related religious-word units: church; dei-, div-; ecclesi-; fanati-; hiero-; -olatry; theo-; zelo-. Related image, likeness, figure unit: icon-.
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idolum

mental image; logical fallacy
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