Definitions for "Syncope"
A fainting, or swooning. See Fainting.
a faint; sudden temporary loss of conciousness associated with loss of postural tone and followed by a spontaneous recovery; most commonly caused by cerebral ischemia
a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain
An elision or retrenchment of one or more letters or syllables from the middle of a word; as, ne'er for never, ev'ry for every.
See elision.
A pause or cessation; suspension.
A partial or complete temporary cessation of breathing and circulation due to cerebellar ischemia. It is characterized by sudden pallor, coldness of the skin and partial or complete unconsciousness.
Keywords:  blackout, collapse
Blackout or collapse
Same as Syncopation.