Fervidor

[ fur-vi-dawr; French fer-vee-dawr ]
/ ˈfɜr vɪˌdɔr; French fɛr viˈdɔr /

noun

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Origin of Fervidor

< French, apparently blend of ferv(eur) fervor and (therm)idor Thermidor
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British Dictionary definitions for fervidor

Fervidor
/ French (fɛrvidɔr) /

noun

another name for Thermidor

Word Origin for Fervidor

probably from ferveur heat + Thermidor
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