Pronunciation: trem'or, -or
- Repetitive, often regular, oscillatory movements caused by alternate, or synchronous, but irregular contraction of opposing muscle groups; usually involuntary.
- Minute ocular movement occurring during fixation on an object.
[L. a shaking]
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