To native Americans thunder wood is the wood from a tree that has been struck by lightning.
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Yes thunder can be dangerous, but it depends how close you are to it. Thunder can damage your ears depending on how loud/close you are to it. Be careful to distinguish thunder from lightning, which are related but different. Lightening is the actual electrical discharge, and is dangerous because you can be electrocuted. Thunder is just the sound from to lightning, and so it could only hurt your ears if it is very loud (which is pretty unlikely). This is most likely to occur from a positive C-G strike since it contains up to 300 000 amperes which in return creates the loudest of thunder. Also thunder from these strikes have popped nails from wood and even crack windows.
Yes, the noun thunder is a mass noun. Multiples of thunder are expressed as the object of a preposition (a lot of thunder, claps of thunder, rolls of thunder, etc.), or using an adjective (loud thunder, rumbling thunder, deafening thunder, etc.)
The collective noun for thunder is a roll of thunder or rolls of thunder.The noun thunder is also used as a collective noun for a thunder of hippos.
A thunder "slap" does not exist. A thunder "clap" does. A thunder clap is the term given to the sound thunder is and makes.
it is thunder
Lightening does not affect thunder, it causesthunder.
The names were suggested to the Thunder, and the Thunder ended up choosing the Thunder as their name.
Lightning causes thunder
Perhaps what you are looking for is a "clap" of thunder or a "roll" of thunder
No, thunder is a noun like feel my THUNDER.
No. Thunder is simply sound. Lightning, the cause of thunder, can be deadly.
Thunder is cause by
is thunder electricity
Thunder that is not wet
No. Thunder is sound.
The Choctaw terms for "thunder" are hilohah or tasah. A sharp clap of thunder is hilahah tusa.
You are probably nearer to the point of the thunder.
the thunder of a dinosaur's roar and the thunder of gunfire
thunder does not make sound. thunder is the sound that lightning makes.
Kaminari is thunder, inazuma is lighting.
because its called a thunder storm