oroare etymology

Romanian word oroare comes from Latin horreo, Latin -or, and later Old French horror (Horror or terror.)

Detailed word origin of oroare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
horreo Latin (lat) I am frightful.. I dread, am afraid of.. I stand erect, stand on end.. I tremble, shiver.
-or Latin (lat) Used to form a third-declension masculine abstract noun from a verb root or conceived root form.
horror Latin (lat) Bristling (standing on end). Dread, terror, horror. Shaking, shivering, chill.
horror Old French (fro) Horror or terror.
orrore Italian (ita) Disgust, loathing. Horror.
horreur Middle French (frm)
horreur French (fra) (film) horror. Eyesore. Horror (emotion). Horror (something horrible).
oroare Romanian (ron) Horror.

Words with the same origin as oroare

Descendants of horreo
borî oribil urdoare urâciune urât urâțenie urî ură
Descendants of -or
amor ardoare cursoare cânt cânta cântec cântăreț cântător mucoare ranchiună temoare teroare șantaj