terr

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Etymology[edit]

Abbreviated form of "terrorist".

Noun[edit]

terr (plural terrs)

  1. (Rhodesian slang, originally military) A terrorist; a nationalist guerrilla
    • 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.

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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