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non compos

(ˈnɑn ˈkɑmpos)
1. mod. out of one’s mind; non compos mentis. She is strictly non compos!
2. and non compos poopoo mod. alcohol intoxicated. That gal isn’t just drunk. She’s non compos poopoo.
See also: compo, non
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The term, probably derived in around 1676 from the Latin non compos mentis - not of sound mind - came top of a poll, ahead of the word love.
What is the meaning of the Latin term non compos mentis?
A distracted person, by contrast, was anyone who "by the Providence of God, shall fall into distraction, and become Non compos mentis.
John Brydall, Non Compos Mentis: Or, the Law Relating to Natural Fools, Mad-Folks, and Lunatick Persons, Inquisited, and Explained, for Common Benefit (London, 1700), p.
Hi I'm a 23-year-old non compos mentis male and I'm looking for male and female pen-pals for deep chaotic poetry and interesting letters.