Posted by: drgeophysics | July 22, 2016

Temblor, like it or not, it is a thing.

The word temblor associated with reporting of earthquakes seems to be a thing, have you encountered it?  Temblor was also a Batgirl villain (in the Kid’s WB animated TV series), but that’s not what we’re talking about.

Need more details about the English language word “temblor” usage associated with earthquakes; please check this fascinating Word Routes contribution.

Don’t like the use of this word -> temblor?  Here is something you might enjoy reading.

Looking for a single-word definition of temblor?  This link has you covered.

Word detective jumps into temblor waters (be sure to read the comments), with an enjoyable read with this link.

When all else fails–check the Wiki page.  Even Sonicfrog got into this.

Hope you are enjoying the summer!

 

 

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Responses

  1. PPS. I like “The Batman”… But Rino Romano is no Kevin Conroy! 🙂

  2. My first comment may have gotten lost (or I forgot to press enter 😀 )… Thanks for linking to my blogpost. Being an amateur geo / seismo guy – it was my major till calc killed the dream) I’m looking forward to reading some of the posts you’ve written.

    Have a good one.

    Mike “Sonicfrog” Alexander

    PS. I forgot what my first PS was. 🙂


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