Raptus

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Raptus is the Latin for "seized", from rapere "to seize". In Roman law the term covered many crimes of property, and women were considered property.

It may refer to:

  • in religion, spirituality and subjective experience
    • rapture, a Christian belief about the End Times and the transport of redeemed souls.
    • status raptus, religious ecstasy.
    • being "carried away" or "transported", being in good spirits, see Ecstasy (emotion).

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