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EtymologyEdit

From French bragard (bragging, flaunting, vain", also "a showy, arrogant individual), from Middle French braguer (to boast, brag). No firm relation to English brag has been established. [1]

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braggart (plural braggarts)

  1. Someone who constantly brags or boasts. [from late 16th c.]

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braggart (comparative more braggart, superlative most braggart)

  1. Characterized by boasting; boastful.

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