(Latin: frightful, fearful; fear; fright; literally, causing terror)

Don't confuse this element with other words that are spelled in a similar way; such as, terrestrial or territory.

terrified (adjective)
Thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation; panicky, panicked, panic-stricken, panic-struck, extremely frightened: "The terrified girls hurried home as quickly as possible when they got off the bus late at night."
terrifiedly (adverb)
terrifier (s) (noun), terrifiers (pl)
terrify (verb), terrifies; terrified; terrifying
1. To frighten; to fill with terror; to intimidate.
2. To fill with terror or alarm; make greatly afraid.
3. To menace or to threaten; to fill with fear.
terrifying (adjective)
1. Causing extreme terror.
2. Frightening or intimidating.
terror (s) (noun), terrors (pl)
Great fear, alarm; intense, over whelming fear; informal, one who is annoying or difficult to manage, especially a child.
terrorism (s) (noun), terrorisms (pl)
A systematic use of violence by a person or an organized group against people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing societies or governments, usually for political or ideological reasons.
terrorist (s) (noun), terrorists (pl)
A person who coerces with violence and terror to achieve some objective.
terrorize (verb), terrorizes; terrorized; terrorizing
To fill or overwhelm with intimidation or fear: The big boy in school terrorized the smaller, less stronger children on the playground, and said he would beat them up after school.
terrorizer (s) (noun), terrorizers (pl)
1. Someone who dominates or coerces by intimidation.
2. People who produce widespread fear by acts of violence; for example, with bombings.