bronto-, bront- +

(Greek: thunder)

brontema
A clap of thunder.
Brontes
One of the Cyclopes in Greek mythology.
bronteum
A device used to create the sound of thunder in a musical or dramatic performance; also called a tonitruone. It is usually a large, thin sheet of metal that reverberates when shaken.
brontide
A low, rumbling sound like distant thunder.
brontides
In geophysics, the short-lived rumbling sounds from the earth that can be heard in active seismic regions.
brontogram
The record made by a brontometer or brontograph (an instrument for recording the phenomena associated with thunderstorms).
brontograph
A recording brontometer; also, a chart of thunder phenomena recorded by that instrument.
brontolith, brontolite
A thunderstone or meteoric rock.
brontology, brontological
1. The scientific study of thunder and thunderstorms.
2. That part of meteorology that deals with thunderstorms.
brontomancy
Divination, or fortune telling, by interpreting thunder or thunderstorms.
brontometer
A device, or instrument, for measuring the intensity of thunder.
brontophile
Someone who is fond of thunderstorms.
brontophilia
A fondness for thunder and thunderstorms.
brontophobe
A person who has an abnormal fear of thunder or thunderstorms.
brontophobia (s) (noun), brontophobias (pl)
The intense dread or fear of thunder and thunderstorms or storms in general: This term of brontophobia means the same thing as "brontephobia".

Cross references of word groups that are related, directly or indirectly, to: "lightning and/or thunder": astrapo-; cerauno-, kerauno-; fulgur-; tonitro-, tonitru-.