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temblor (TEM-bluhr) noun
[From Spanish temblor (trembling), from temblar (to tremble), from Vulgar Latin tremulare, from Latin tremulus (tremulous), from tremere (to tremble).]
"The temblor measured 3 on the 7-point Japanese intensity scale in Naruse,
and 2 and 1 in other parts of Miyagi prefecture."
"Powerful temblors rocked the city for more than 10 minutes afterwards."
Every cask smells of the wine it contains. -Spanish proverb