tremor

  1. an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)
  2. a small earthquake

Tremor

Rhythmic shaking and involuntary movement of part(s) of the body as a result of sequential muscle contractions.

tremor

[n] - shaking or trembling (usually resulting from weakness or stress or disease) 2. [n] - a small earthquake 3. [n] - an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear) 4. [v] - shake with seismic vibrations, as of planets
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Tremor

Minute oscillations of a muscle which accompany its contraction. Their frequency is in the range 8 - 12 Hz, and their amplitude about 1% that of the main muscle contraction.
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Tremor

an involuntary, rhythmic, shaking movement caused by alternating contraction and relaxation of muscles; can be the normal result of age or the abnormal effect of a disorder
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Tremor

Our Tremor Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Tremor Tremor: Any abnormal repetitive shaking movement of the body. Tremors have many causes and can be inherited, be related to illnesses such as thyroid disease, or caused by fever, hypothermia, drugs or fear. Common Misspellings: tremour
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tremor

<clinical sign> An involuntary trembling or quivering. ... Origin: L., from tremere = to shake ... (19 Jan 1998) ...
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tremor

shudder noun an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)
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tremor

(trem´әr) an involuntary trembling of the body or limbs; these are often associated with Parkinson disease, cerebral palsy, hyperthyroidism, and withdrawal from narcotics or alcohol. Tremors also develop as a result of the aging process or from a more temporary condition such as insulin shock or heavy metal poison...
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Tremor

• (v.) A trembling; a shivering or shaking; a quivering or vibratory motion; as, the tremor of a person who is weak, infirm, or old.
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tremor

(L.; from tremere to shake) an involuntary trembling or quivering.
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tremor

tremor 1. An involuntary vibration; as if from illness or fear. 2. Shaking or trembling; usually resulting from weakness, stress, or disease. 3. A sudden and usually brief feeling of excitement, nervousness, or anticipation. 4. A small seismic activity; such as, a minimal earthquake.
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tremor

Type: Term Pronunciation: trem′ŏr, -ōr Definitions: 1. Repetitive, often regular, oscillatory movements caused by alternate, or synchronous, but irregular contraction of opposing muscle groups; usually involuntary. 2. Minute ocular movement occurring during fixation on an object.
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tremor

(earth science) Minor earthquake
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Tremor

Low amplitude, continuous earthquake activity often associated with magma movement.
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Tremor

[software] Tremor by the Xiph.Org Foundation is a fixed-point version of the Vorbis decoder for those platforms without floating point operations. It is a software library that decodes the Vorbis audio format. It is free software released under the New BSD license. Tremor uses fixed-point and movable-point arithmetic numeric representations...
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Tremor

A tremor is an involuntary, somewhat rhythmic, muscle contraction and relaxation involving to and from movements (oscillations or twitching) of one or more body parts. It is the most common of all involuntary movements and can affect the hands, arms, eyes, face, head, vocal folds, trunk, and legs. Most tremors occur in the hands. In some people, t...
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Tremor

involuntary shaking of the hands, arms, legs, jaw, or tongue.
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