Tarrion

Tarrion

n.
an odd interval of blankness you feel after something big happens to you but before you feel the resulting emotional reaction—stunned by a sudden loss, a stroke of luck, or an unexpected visitor—like those tension-filled seconds between a flash of lightning and the thunderclap that follows, which gives you a hint of how near you are to the coming storm.

From tarry, to be late to react, or linger in expectation + carry on. Pronounced “tar-ee-uhn.”

Liberosis

The Standard Blues

Indosentia

Sayfish

Typifice

Desanté

Aesthosis

Tarrion

Candling

The Whipgraft Delusion

Fool’s Guilt

Povism

Symptomania

Ioia

Maugry

Deep Gut

Flichtish

Trueholding

Chrysalism

Clockwise

Routwash

Thwit

Aulasy

Heart Of Aces

Leidenfreude

Occhiolism

Nachlophobia