Prihdom

Prihdom: the desire to be set free while at the same time being afraid of the consequences.

From Indo European roots: prih (pri) – to love, [Middle English fre, from Old English frēo. V., from Middle English freen, from Old English frēon, to love, set free; see prī- in Indo-European roots.]

prī- / Indo-European roots: Oldest form *prihx (becoming *priy- before vowels).

Examples of words with the root prī-: affrayafraidfreefreebooterFridayfriendFriggSiegfried.

(derivation; From The Free Dictionary).

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