peloria[pi lō′rē ə, -lôr′ē ə]
Origin of peloriaModern Latin ; from Classical Greek pelōros, monstrous ; from (Aeolic) pelōr, monster, variant, variety of telōr, for an unverified form terōr ; from Indo-European an unverified form kwerōr ; from base an unverified form kwer-, to make, form from source Old Irish cruth, shape
Origin of peloriaNew Latin, from Greek pelōros, monstrous, from pelōr, monster; see kwer- in Indo-European roots.
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From Ancient Greek Ï€ÎÎ»Ï‰Ï (pelÅr, “monster").