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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: ferveur, from Latin fervor, from fervere 'to boil'

fervour

noun
     
Related topics: Religion
fer‧vour British English ; fervor American English [uncountable]
RR very strong belief or feeling:
religious fervour
revolutionary fervour
patriotic fervor

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