Definition of molimen in English:

molimen

Pronunciation /məˈlʌɪmən/ /məʊˈlʌɪmən/ /məˈlʌɪmɛn/

noun

Medicine
  • A physiological, especially humoral, change that is exaggerated or produces symptoms; especially one associated with the premenstruum. Usually in plural.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1824–1871), physician. From classical Latin mōlīmin-, mōlīmen effort, intensity, weight, importance from mōlīrī + -men.