afflatus [uh-fley-tuh s]
1. inspiration; an impelling mental force acting from within.
2. divine communication of knowledge.
Origin: 1655-65; < Latin afflātus a breathing on, equivalent to af- af- + flā- (stem of flāre to blow2) + -tus suffix of v. action
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