alarma f (plural alarmes)
- (military) alarm (a call to arms in preparation against an approaching enemy)
- (by extension)alarm (a warning of any type of danger)
- (psychology) alarm (fear or apprehension caused by a perceived danger)
- third-person singular present indicative form of alarmar
- second-person singular imperative form of alarmar
From alarm + -a. From English alarm, from Middle English alarme, alarom, from Middle French alarme, itself from Old Italian all'arme! (“to arms!, to the weapons!”), ultimately from Latin arma (“arms, weapons”).
- Hyphenation: a‧lar‧ma
- an alarm
- to alarm
alarma f (plural alarmas)
- alarm (a summons to arms)
- alarm (a sound intended to give notice of approaching danger)
- alarm (a mechanical device for rousing attention)
- alarm (sudden surprise with fear of danger)
See the etymology of the main entry.
- Third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present indicative form of alarmar.
- Informal second-person singular (tú) affirmative imperative form of alarmar.