Definition of praefervid in English:

praefervid

(also prefervid)

adjective

  • Perfervid.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Lauder (1646–1722), judge and political commentator. From classical Latin praefervidus exceedingly hot, burning, impassioned, especially in the post-classical Latin phrase Scotorum praefervida ingenia impassioned genius of the Scots from prae- + fervidus.

Pronunciation

praefervid

/priːˈfəːvɪd/