Combination of the Latin words Terrore meaning panic and Pax meaning peace.
It's basically the indifferent yet worried sensation you get when you're procrastinating or you've come to accept a horrible fate
"He glanced at his unfinished assignment across the room as he rolled over, just the sight of the paper made him fall into a state of terrorepax."
"The man balled his fist, holding the girl up by her shirt, a knife in his hand. Terrorapax swept over her, she gazed uninterested into the distance.
'Go on. Kill me.' She said without remorse for herself."
Combination of the French word tête meaning head and the Latin word mima meaning actresses.
The creation how a conversation will go or a scenario in your head.
"She looked at her toes, her face flushed read. The conversation wasn't like the tetemima she had anticipated."
Combination of three Latin words- Perdita, Nescius, and Fabula
Perdita meaning lost, Nescius meaning unconscious and Fabula meaning story.
When you forget a dream that when you'd first woken up you had a strong emotion about.
"She shot out of bed panting as she tried to clear her thoughts, but again she felt perbucious seep in as the dream faded from her memory."