Found 3 items, similar to thunder.
English → Indonesian
bergegar-gegaran, bergelagaran, bergeluduk, bergemuruh, berguruh, deru, gelagar, geledek, guntur, guruh, menggelagar, menggeledek, menggemuruh, mengguruh, menguntur
English → English
v 1: move fast, noisily, and heavily; “The bus thundered down the
2: utter words loudly and forcefully; "`Get out of here,' he
roared" [syn: roar
3: be the case that thunder is being heard; “Whenever it
thunders, my dog crawls under the bed”
4: to make or produce a loud noise; “The river thundered
; “The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to
n 1: a deep prolonged loud noise [syn: boom
2: a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along
the path of a bolt of lightning
3: street names for heroin [syn: big H
, hell dust
, nose drops
English → English
, n. [OE. [thorn]under, [thorn]onder,
[thorn]oner, AS. [thorn]unor; akin to [thorn]unian to
stretch, to thunder, D. donder thunder, G. donner, OHG.
donar, Icel. [thorn][=o]rr Thor, L. tonare to thunder,
tonitrus thunder, Gr. to`nos a stretching, straining, Skr.
tan to stretch. [root]52. See Thin
, and cf. Astonish
1. The sound which follows a flash of lightning; the report
of a discharge of atmospheric electricity.
2. The discharge of electricity; a thunderbolt. [Obs.]
The revenging gods
'Gainst parricides did all their thunders bend.
3. Any loud noise; as, the thunder of cannon.
4. An alarming or statrling threat or denunciation.
The thunders of the Vatican could no longer strike
into the heart of princes. --Prescott.
(a) The croaker (Haploidontus grunniens
(b) The American bittern or stake-driver.
, a lightning rod. [R.]
(a) The chicken, or milk, snake.
(b) A small reddish ground snake (Carphophis am[oe]na
syn. Celuta am[oe]na
) native to the Eastern United
States; -- called also worm snake
, a fulgurite. See Fulgurite
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Thundered
; p. pr. &
vb. n. Thundering
.] [AS. [thorn]unrian. See Thunder
1. To produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a
discharge of atmospheric electricity; -- often used
impersonally; as, it thundered continuously.
Canst thou thunder with a voice like him? --Job xl.
2. Fig.: To make a loud noise; esp. a heavy sound, of some
His dreadful voice no more
Would thunder in my ears. --Milton.
3. To utter violent denunciation.
, v. t.
To emit with noise and terror; to utter vehemently; to
publish, as a threat or denunciation.
Were daily thundered in our general's ear. --Dryden.
An archdeacon, as being a prelate, may thunder out an
ecclesiastical censure. --Ayliffe.