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See also: aurae




  1. plural form of aura
    • 1922 CE, Arthur Albert Stevens, The Practice of Medicine, W. B. Saunders Company; page #1027:
      Ocular auræ may consist of double vision, sudden blindness, flashes of light, vivid “stars,” or actual hallucinations of sight—faces, figures, or scenes. In auditory auræ various subjective noises or even definite words may be heard. Auræ of taste and smell also occur, but are rare.