tremorogenic etymology

English word tremorogenic comes from English tremor, English -genic

Detailed word origin of tremorogenic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tremor English (eng) A rhythmic, uncontrollable shaking of all or part of the body due to partial muscle contractions.. A shake, quiver, or vibration.. An earthquake. To shake or quiver excessively and rapidly or involuntarily; to tremble.
-genic English (eng) Produced or generated by something. Producing or generating something. Suitable to be produced, or reproduced.
tremorogenic English (eng) Tremorgenic.

Words with the same origin as tremorogenic

Descendants of -genic
Eurogenic acidogenic agnogenic arrhythmogenicity biogenic carcinogenic cardiogenic cariogenic cladogenic cryogenic endogenic lysogenicity mediagenicity monogenic myceliogenic neurogenic osteogenic pathogenic petrogenic photogenicity psychogenic tenogenic toxicogenic transgenic