Sudden realization of great desire or lust for someone; where such feelings had never been present for that individual before. Much like being struck by "cupid's arrow."

Derivatives and other forms
-Recognition (Noun)
-To recognize (Verb) {can only be used in past tense}
(Recognition)
Grace felt a sudden strong desire for him, and realized it was the call of recognition.

(To recognize)

They two had been friends for a while, and Will had finally recognized her.
作者 Star_Struck23 2010年2月23日
This is an alternative meaning of the word. With emphasis on the " REE" long 'e'. In this instance it refers to someone who repeats the same questions, conspiracy theories and jokes over and over and over ad nauseum.
Sheila: Randy can't take a hint! I keep telling him I won't come to his house to see his collection if antique Unix terminals but he asks me about it every 5 minutes.
Joe: Sorry Sheila, he means well but he got a mental condition called RECOGNITION. So the same ideas just keep popping up over and over and over.
作者 ilookmarvlus 2013年3月25日
A two-dicked watermelon.
Wtf? its a recognition!
Yeah man, do something!
I got a gun
(bang)
Ew i got recognition guts all over me
作者 derpdederpderp 2009年2月13日

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