terr

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Abbreviated form of terrorist.

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terr (plural terrs)

  1. (derogatory, Rhodesia) A black insurgent in the Rhodesian Bush War.
    • 2008, Alexandre Binda, The Saints: The Rhodesian Light Infantry, 30° South Publishers, page 92:
      As he entered the trees, he called, "Terrs left about one minute ago – in a hurry. There is abandoned equipment – no time to collect – moving east on tracks."
    • c. 1970, John Edmond, Black Boots (song), in Troopiesongs (album):
      If a terr's on the run or if he goes to ground,
      It doesn't really matter 'cause they'll hunt him down.
      And if that terr's the first that shoots,
      He got no chance against the Black Boots.
    Synonyms: floppy, gook

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A t- prefixed oblique case of err.

Noun[edit]

terr m (indefinite plural terra, definite singular terri, definite plural terrat)

  1. dark

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