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AromanianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Vulgar Latin tremulō, from Latin tremulus, from tremō. Compare Romanian tremura, tremur.

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VerbEdit

treambur ‎(third-person singular present treamburã, past participle trimburatã)

  1. I tremble, shake, vibrate.
  2. (figuratively) I frighten, terrify.

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Etymology 2Edit

From the above verb. See also Latin tremulus. Compare Romanian tremur.

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NounEdit

treambur n

  1. shake, vibration, tremble, rustle
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