"Spreading democracy in the Middle East is so hard. Maybe we shouldn’t have done it Second Amendment first." -Jon Stewart
living in forests or groves.
Etymology: from Latin nemori- (stem of nemus), “grove” + -colous, a combining form meaning “inhabiting”.
1. intestinal cramps or other intestinal disturbances.
2. a feeling of fear, apprehension, or nervousness; anxiety.
Etymology: probably from New Latin cholera morbus the disease cholera, influenced through folk etymology by colic and wobble.
[Nicolas Delort - The Waking that Kills]