katzenjammer [kat-suh n-jam-er]
1. the discomfort and illness experienced as the aftereffects of excessive drinking; hangover.
2. uneasiness; anguish; distress.
3. uproar; clamor: His speech produced a public katzenjammer.
Origin: 1840-50; < German, equivalent to Katzen (plural of Katze cat) + Jammer discomfort, Old High German jāmar (noun and adj.); cf. yammer
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