ETYM Old Eng. afrai, affrai, Old Fren. esfrei, French effroi, from Old Fren. esfreer. Related to Affray.
1. A noisy fight; SYN. disturbance, fray, ruffle.
2. Noisy quarrel; SYN. altercation, fracas.
3. Commotion; fray, small scale riot; fight
aggro / æɡroʊ /
Množina reči aggro je aggros.
(Informal British usage) Aggravation or aggression
1 British; deliberately aggressive, provoking, or violent behavior
2 British; Exasperation, irritation
ETYM French carnage, Late Lat. carnaticum tribute of animals, flesh of animals, from Latin caro, carnis, flesh. Related to Carnal.
1. Great destruction of life, as in battle; bloodshed; slaughter; massacre; murder; havoc.
2. Flesh of slain animals or men.
ETYM Old Eng. scrappe, from Icel. skrap trifle, cracking. Related to Scrape.
1. A small piece; a bit; a fragment; a detached, incomplete portion.
2. A fragment of something written or printed; a brief excerpt; an unconnected extract.
3. A remnant; any part or piece not needed in the completion of a task.
ETYM Old Eng. hail, hayel, AS. haegel, hagol; akin to Dutch, German, Dan., and Swed. hagel; Icel. hagl; cf. Greek kachlex pebble.
Precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents.
Precipitation in the form of pellets of ice (hailstones). It is caused by the circulation of moisture in strong convection currents, usually within cumulonimbus clouds.
Water droplets freeze as they are carried upward. As the circulation continues, layers of ice are deposited around the droplets until they become too heavy to be supported by the currents and they fall as a hailstorm.