fit, tantrum, scene, conniption(noun)
a display of bad temper
"he had a fit"; "she threw a tantrum"; "he made a scene"
An often childish display or fit of bad temper.
Many parents become embarrassed by their children throwing tantrums in public places.
Origin: origin; since 1714.
a whim, or burst of ill-humor; an affected air
A tantrum is an emotional outburst, usually associated with children or those in emotional distress, that is typically characterized by stubbornness, crying, screaming, yelling, shrieking, defiance, angry ranting, a resistance to attempts at pacification and, in some cases, violence. Physical control may be lost, the person may be unable to remain still, and even if the "goal" of the person is met he or she may not be calmed. A tantrum may be expressed in a tirade: a protracted, angry, or violent speech.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tan′trum, n. a capricious fit of ill-temper without adequate cause. [Prob. W. tant, a passion.]
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The numerical value of tantrum in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of tantrum in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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- فورة غضب، نوبة غضب، سورة، هيجانArabic
- enrabiada, rebequeriaCatalan, Valencian
- Wutanfall, AusrasterGerman
- νευράκια, πείσματαGreek
- pataleta, rabieta, cortón, corajina, berrincheSpanish
- کج خلقی، خشم، قهرPersian
- raivonpuuska, kiukunpuuskaFinnish
- coup de colèreFrench
- rabecha, perrenchaGalician
- התקף זעםHebrew
- गुस्से का आवेHindi
- birra, chilique, pitiPortuguese
- pandalie, toanăRomanian
- истерика, приступ гневаRussian
- raseriutbrott, utbrottSwedish
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