pavid

pavid

[pav-id]
adjective
timid; afraid; fearful; frightened.

Origin:
1650–60; < Latin pavidus trembling, timid, derivative of pavēre to quake; see -id4

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pavid (ˈpævɪd)
 
adj
rare fearful; timid
 
[C17: from Latin pavidus fearful, from pavēre to tremble with fear]

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