Hello, people. In Sicily we define as 'ntamato/a', (past participle), someone who is unable to properly react to everyday life inputs and looks always stunned, astonished, stupefied . According to a current etymology, it comes from the French verb 'entamer' (start on, cut into, shake). A Greek friend (no linguistic skill) nevertheless suggests a possible, more reliable tie with the Greek root "thauma-" (wonder, miracle). Any comment or hint? Thanks.