Furore



[fyoo r-awr, -er] /ˈfyʊər ɔr, -ər/

noun
1.
a general outburst of enthusiasm, excitement, controversy, or the like.
2.
a prevailing fad, mania, or craze.
3.
fury; rage; madness.
/fjʊˈrɔːrɪ/
noun
1.
a public outburst, esp of protest; uproar
2.
a sudden widespread enthusiasm for something; craze
3.
frenzy; rage; madness
n.

1790, Italian form of furor, borrowed originally in the sense “enthusiastic, popular admiration;” it later descended to mean the same thing as furor and lost its usefulness.
n.

late 15c., from Middle French fureur, from Latin furor “a ravaging, rage, madness, passion;” related to furia “rage, passion, fury” (see fury).

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