horrour

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Francés antiguo[editar]

 horrour
Pronunciación (AFI):  Si puedes, ¡incorpórala!

Etimología[editar]

Del latín horrōrem ("terror").

Sustantivo femenino[editar]

Singular Plural
Nominativo horrour horrours
Oblicuo horrour horrours
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Grafía alternativa de horror.
  • Ámbito: anglonormando.

Inglés[editar]

 horrour
Pronunciación (AFI):  Si puedes, ¡incorpórala!

Etimología[editar]

Del francés antiguo horrour.

Sustantivo[editar]

Singular Plural
horrour horrours
1
Grafía obsoleta de horror.
  • Ejemplos:
1640, Thomas Fuller, The Historie of the Holy Warre, página №. 174:
But few voluntaries were found for this ſervice, becauſe of a pious horrour and religious reluctancie againſt ſo odious an imployment : Onely in * Cyprus ( I believe in a private perſecution rather than an open warre)ſome Grecians were put to death ; the Pope uſing the ſame ſeverity againſt wolves and wandring ſheep, foes and prodigall children.
1667, Richard Allestree, The Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety, página 131:
It faring with men in this violation of Gods grace as it does in that of his Patrimony, the firſt Sacriledge is lookt on with ſome horrour, and men are fain to deviſe arguments and colours to delude their relucting Conſciences ; but when they have once made the breath, their ſcrupuloſity ſoon retires ; one draught of that impious gain, has ſuch a ſtupifying effect, that they can without check ſwallow on, till the Sin flame ſo fierecely, that nothing but meer want of Matter can extinguiſh it.
1699, Antonius van Dale, The History of Oracles, and the Cheats of the Pagan Priests, página №. 132:
Theſe Ceremonies, that were ſo full of Horrour, laſted as long as the Superſtition of Oracles, which was only liable to the Reproach of Stupidity and fond Credulity.

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