orgillous

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English [Term?], from Old French orguillous (prideful, haughty) (French orgueilleux) from orgoil (pride) (French orgueil), of Germanic origin, akin to Old English orgol (pride).

AdjectiveEdit

orgillous (comparative more orgillous, superlative most orgillous)

  1. (obsolete) proud; prideful, haughty, arrogant