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If we analyze the etymology of the term tremulous , we found that the root of this word is in the Latin language; more precisely in the word tremŭlus. A Latin term that is interesting to know that, in turn, derives from the verb "tremere", which is equivalent to "trembling."

Tremulo is an adjective that is used to qualify what you have tremors or that performs similar movements.

It should be noted that trembling is a verb which alludes to shake or shake . Tremor, meanwhile, is the noun that calls the consequence of this action. This means that, by qualifying something or someone as tremulous, we are indicating that it trembles or moves as if it were shaking.

For example: "The boy, tremulous before the scene, did not dare to keep looking and covered his eyes with his hands", "The caresses caused the trembling movement of his body", “The authorities cannot remain tremulous in the face of terrorism: citizens need to act immediately and guarantee them security”.

It should be noted that the idea of tremulous is not used only with reference to people. It can be said that the flame of a bonfire is trembling when the wind influences it, to cite a possibility.

Fifth Marcio Tremulo On the other hand, he was consul of the Roman Empire twice: 306 before Christ and 288 BC. Tremulous He was responsible for leading the Roman army in different wars .

The Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar , on the other hand, directed a film entitled “Trembling meat” that premiered in 1997 . The movie, based on a book from Ruth Rendell , had the performances of Penelope Cruz , Javier Bardem , Francesca Neri and Pilar Bardem .

Liberto Rabal, Ángela Molina or Pepe Sancho were also part of the cast of this film that revolves around two policemen who, one night when they meet a marginal young man, will see how their lives change radically. Specifically, that of one of them who, from that moment on, will have to spend the rest of his days in a wheelchair.

The film had a great recognition, so much so that many of his performers were awarded for their roles. Thus, Sancho obtained the Goya for the best supporting actor and both Ángela Molina and Javier Bardem achieved the Silver Photograms.

Within the cinematographic field we also have to underline the existence of the short film “Trémulo”, directed in 2015 by Mexican Roberto Fiesco. It tells the love story that arises between two men: a hairdresser and a soldier, who will prepare to live that relationship with all intensity because they are aware that life can soon separate them forever.

In the field of literature, on the other hand, we come across a work that also carries the term that occupies us in its title. We are referring to "Trembling beats." It is a book of poems made by César Abelardo Reyes Casas that revolves around the set of sensations generated by love: joy, illusion, pain, melancholy, desire, doubts ...

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