Akram is a word used in ancient text by during the Sumerian civilization in 4000 B.C. Archaeologists uncovered a tablet artifact depicting an a male who is consumed by Akram, within the midst of two females. Historians express that the hieroglyphics illustrate that this man has preconceived notions of sexual intent before meeting the females and thus is in an intense thirsty state using any means possible to attract a woman to copulate with him. However, this delusional psychological state in both historical and hegemonic beliefs fail to provide the individual who has succumbed to Akram with a sexual partner.
An dialogue example within a modern social setting:
Male 2 Observing: Can't you see he is in a state of Akram, he thinks he can get some strawberry shortcake that way.
Male 1: What the deuce...
Male Affected by Akram: You guys looked at my girls, why did you cockblock me?