Ecstasy may mean:
* MDMA or Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, a psychedelic drug sold under the street name "ecstasy".
* Ecstasy (emotion), a trance or trance-like state in which an individual transcends normal consciousness
* Religious ecstasy, a changed state of consciousness characterized by expanded spiritual awareness, visions or absolute euphoria
* Ecstasy (philosophy), a term used to mean "outside-of-itself"
* MS "Ecstasy", a cruise ship in the Carnival Cruise Lines fleet

In the arts:

* "Ecstasy" (Avant album), an album by Avant
* Ecstasy (Lou Reed album), an album by Lou Reed
* Ecstasy (Ohio Players album), an album by Ohio Players
* "Ecstasy" (film) (1933), a Czech film starring Hedy Lamarr and directed by Gustav Machaty
* "Ecstasy" (1999 film), an short film starring Karyn Dwyer
* "", a collection of three novellas by Irvine Welsh
** "Ecstasy" (2008 film), based on the third novella, "The Undefeated"
* "Ecstasy" (play), a 1979 play by Mike Leigh
* "Ecstasy" (song), a 2004 song by ATB
*"Ecstasy", a song by New Order from their 1983 album "Power, Corruption & Lies"
*"Ecstasy", a song by the Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony from their album "BTNHResurrection"
*"Ecstasy", a song by Lou Reed
*"Ecstasy", a song by VAST from their album "Turquoise & Crimson"
*"The Ecstasy of Gold", a song from film "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly", also used by the band Metallica
*"Ecstasy", a song by Megadeth from the 1999 album "Risk"
*Extasy Records, a record label

=See also=


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  • ecstasy — n Ecstasy, rapture, transport denote a feeling or a state of intense, sometimes excessive or extreme, mental and emotional exaltation. Ecstasy in its earlier sense, which is now found chiefly in religious and poetical writings, implies a… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • ECSTASY — ECSTASY, from Greek ekstasis, displacement, movement outwards, distraction of mind, drunken excitement, entrancement, or secondarily, astonishment. (See Mark 5:42.) In Greek religion two fundamental types of ecstasy, dionysiac and contemplative,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ecstasy — [ ɛkstazi ] n. f. • v. 1988; mot angl., proprt « extase » ♦ Drogue dérivée de l amphétamine, utilisée pour son effet désinhibiteur. ⇒ 2. x,anglic. Être sous ecstasy (ou être ecstasié ). Abrév. ECSTA . ● ecstasy nom masculin ou nom féminin …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ecstasy — Ec sta*sy, n.; pl. {Ecstasies}. [F. extase, L. ecstasis, fr. Gr. ?, fr. ? to put out of place, derange; ? = ek out + ? to set, stand. See {Ex }, and {Stand}.] [Also written {extasy}.] 1. The state of being beside one s self or rapt out of one s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ecstasy — [ek′stə sē] n. pl. ecstasies [ME & OFr extasie < LL(Ec) ecstasis < Gr ekstasis, a being put out of its place, distraction, trance < ek , out + histanai, to set: see STAND] 1. a state of being overpowered by emotion, as by joy, grief, or… …   English World dictionary

  • Ecstasy — Ec sta*sy, v. t. To fill ecstasy, or with rapture or enthusiasm. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The most ecstasied order of holy . . . spirits. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ecstasy — is not the same experience as a vision or a dream [[➝ dreams]]; it is an awareness of being taken up outside oneself, and there are only a few such mystical moments recorded in the Bible. One is by Paul in 2 Cor. 12:2, when he mentions ‘a person… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • ecstasy — late 14c., in a frenzy or stupor, fearful, excited, from O.Fr. estaise ecstasy, rapture, from L.L. extasis, from Gk. ekstasis entrancement, astonishment; any displacement, in NT a trance, from existanai displace, put out of place, also drive out… …   Etymology dictionary

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