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  • 123-eur — I. ⇒ EUR1, suff. Suff. formateur de subst. fém. désignant la qualité exprimée par l adj. de base. A. Le dér. désigne une perception, une sensation (avec en gén. des emplois fig.) une couleur : blancheur, blondeur, noirceur, pâleur, roseur,… …

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  • 124clamoreada — f. Clamor: grito o quejas proferidas a gritos. * * * clamoreada. (De clamorear). f. clamor (ǁ grito). || 2. clamor (ǁ voz lastimosa) …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 125ululato — ► sustantivo masculino culto Alarido o clamor. * * * ululato (del lat. «ululātus») m. Alarido o clamor. * * * ululato. (Del lat. ululātus). m. Clamor, lamento, alarido …

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  • 126Hrotsvit of Gandersheim — (Hroswitha) (ca. 935–after 972)    In 1494 the German humanist and crowned poet laureate Conrad Celtis, while teaching and researching in Regensburg, discovered a medieval manuscript in the convent library of the St. Emmeran monastery (today… …

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  • 127clamoare — CLAMOÁRE s.f. (livr.) Strigăt de protest, de nemulţumire, de ajutor. – Din lat. clamor, is, fr. clameur. Trimis de hai, 21.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  clamoáre s. f., g. d. art. clamórii Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar …

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  • 128cry — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Loud call Nouns 1. cry, shout, call (see Verbs); vociferation, exclamation, outcry, hullabaloo, chorus, clamor, hue and cry; Bronx cheer; plaint (see lamentation); stentor (see loudness); bark, ululation …

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  • 129hullabaloo — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. uproar, excitement; publicity, ballyhoo, cry. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. tumult, chaos, clamor; see confusion 2 , noise , uproar . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. uproar, noise, confusion. see hubbub …

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  • 130racket — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. uproar, din, clatter, hubbub; frolic, carouse, rumpus, hurly burly; battledore. See amusement, loudness. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Disturbing noise] Syn. uproar, clatter, din; see noise 2 , uproar . 2.… …

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  • 131Guillén, Jorge — b. 1893, Valladolid; d. 1984, Málaga    Poet    Castilian by birth, European in taste and education, this true cosmopolitan spent nearly forty years in voluntary exile in America before definitively returning to Spain to become, with the award of …

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  • 132grito — sustantivo masculino voz, clamor, chillido, alarido. Alarido es un grito muy fuerte, de terror, de dolor o de rabia. «Se grita para llamar a alguno, para expresar aplauso y alegría; pero el clamor indica peligro, petición esforzada, aflicción o… …

    Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • 133clamorous — c.1400, from M.Fr. clamoreux or directly from M.L. clamorosus, from L. clamor (see CLAMOR (Cf. clamor) (n.)). Related: Clamorously; clamorousness …

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  • 134clamour — 1 BrE, clamor AmE noun (singular, uncountable) 1 a very loud noise, often made by a large group of people or animals: the clamor of factory machinery 2 strong feeling expressed loudly by a large group of people (+ for): the clamour for an all out …

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  • 135roar — vb Roar, bellow, bluster, bawl, vociferate, clamor, howl, ululate are comparable when they mean to make a very loud and often a continuous or protracted noise. The same distinctions in implications and connotations are to be found in their nouns …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 136shout — v 1. yell, yelp, yap, bray, bay, bellow, howl, roar, scream, Inf. holler; vociferate, cry out, call out, sing out, Sl. belt out; cry aloud, cry at the top of one s lungs or voice, rend the air, awake the dead; cheer, root, huzzah, Australian.,… …

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  • 137ĝā̆r- —     ĝā̆r     English meaning: to call, cry     Deutsche Übersetzung: “rufen, schreien”     Note: besides single linguistic *garr through expressive consonant increase in onomatopoeic words     Material: palatal is proved through Osset. zarị̀n,… …

    Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • 138Noise — Noise, n. [F. noise noisy strife, quarrel, brawl, fr. L. nausea seasickness, sickness, disgust. See {Nausea}.] 1. Sound of any kind. [1913 Webster] The heavens turn about in a most rapid motion without noise to us perceived. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …

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