noun, plural temblors Spanish, temblores
[tem-blaw-res] /tɛmˈblɔ rɛs/ (Show IPA)
a tremor; earthquake.
noun (pl) temblors, temblores (tɛmˈblɔːreɪz)
(mainly US) an earthquake or earth tremor
one of the sons of Ashur, the father of Tekoa (1 Chr. 4:6).
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a son of Aristomachus who was allotted the city of Argos for his participation in the Heraclidae invasion of Peloponnesus. 2. a son of Pelasgus believed to have reared Hera.
adjective 1. reckless; rash.
noun 1. reckless boldness; rashness. noun 1. rashness or boldness