mort d'amour

mort d'amour

Coition death, going–not coming Cardiology Death due to coitally-induced cardiac overload, which may occur in anyone with underlying cardiac disease, especially with HTN, arrhythmias, or cerebral aneurysms. See Coital coronary.
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Est mort d'amour ou c'est tout comme Est mort d'amour et le voici.
From "Narrations": Gabriel-Andre Perouse, master historian of the French nouvelle, profits from a recent critical edition of Nicolas Denisot's 1558 L'Amant ressuscite de la mort d'amour, to offer thoughtful Christian exegesis of this under-appreciated contemporary of, and in many ways companion piece to, Marguerite de Navarre's much better known Heptameron.
L'Amant resuscite de la mort d'amour: en cinq livres (1558).