Very aggressive or violent man; very strong.
From Latin word FEROX: Courageous, Spirited, Strong, Warlike, Gallant.
IOUS: This suffix means having or being like the word it follows.
First known use: 1646
A man driven by ferocious determination.
"But if you are ferocious in battle, remember to be magnanimous in victory."
Colonel Tim Collins, British Army Officer
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