See also: wroð

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From Middle English wroth, wrooth, from Old English wrāþ, from Proto-Germanic *wraiþaz (cruel), from Proto-Indo-European *wreyt- (to turn). Akin to Saterland Frisian wreed (haughty; proud), Old Saxon wrēd (evil) (Dutch wreed (cruel)), Old High German reid (cruel), Old Norse reiðr (angry) (Danish vred, Swedish vred).

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wroth (comparative more wroth, superlative most wroth)

  1. Full of anger; wrathful.

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