Translations: Etymology: First attested circa w:14th century, 14th century, from Old French remors, from Middle Latin remorsum, from Latin remordere "to torment, vex," literally "to bite back," from re- + mordere, "to bite."
- A feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong or sinning
- Oscar Wilde:
- : that makes one walk on thorns
- (obsolete) sorrow; pity; compassion
- William Shakespeare:
- :the tears of soft
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