Primary Base viol*

Child Elements  

tor* rel ess sta Rushing, torrential.
tres* phys act m itg Shock, trauma.
tresemp* abl ac To remove shock, detraumatize.
tresend* dat pa To be(come) shocked, receive trauma.
tresod* dat ac To shock, traumatize.
(adj) Shocking, traumatic.
tresor* gen act Shocking, traumatic.
tresos* rel ess Shocked, traumatized.
viol* neg rel act m itg Violence.
violend* neg rel dat pa Object of violence, victim of violence.
violod* neg rel dat ac To harm, abuse, assault, violate.
violos* neg rel ess sta Violent, abusive.


Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date



viol* Action base.
violos* Essive.
violor* Generative.
violod* Dative agent.
violend* Dative patient.
violew* Abessive.
violemp* Ablative agent.
viololv* Ablative patient.
violaq* Means.
violm* Result.

VIOLENCE, inclemency, vehemence, might, impetuosity, furiosity [rare]; boisterousness &c. adj.; effervescence, ebullition; turbulence, bluster; uproar, riot.
FEROCITY, rage, fury; exacerbation, exasperation, malignity; severity [See Severity].
FORCE, brute force; outrage; coup de main [F.]; strain, shock, shog [rare].
FIT, paroxysm, spasm, convulsion, throe; hysterics, passion &c. (state of excitability) [See Excitability]; orgasm, aphrodisia.
OUTBREAK, outburst; debacle; burst, bounce, dissilience [rare], discharge, volley, explosion, blow-up, blast, detonation, rush, eruption, displosion [obs.], torrent.
TURMOIL (disorder) [See Disorder]; ferment (agitation) [See Agitation]; storm, tempest, rough weather; squall (wind) [See Wind]; earthquake, volcano, thunderstorm.
FURY, berserk or berserker, dragon, demon, tiger, beldam or beldame, madcap, wild beast; fire eater [colloq.] (blusterer) [See Blusterer]; Erinys (pl. Erinyes), Eumenides, Tisiphone, Megæra, Alecto.