From the Latin furere, to rage.

Not only excitement, but rage; fury; a fit of anger; a mania. Also an uproar or outburst of public indignation.
Usage: Noders responded to DMan's latest rant node in a furor.¹

Also a fad or craze: The Spice Girls furor.

1. I kid, of course. We love DMan.

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