Complete Definition of "ignoble"

English
Etymology
From Latin ignobilis, from in- (not) + nobilis (noble)

Pronunciation
:*Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉÊbÉl|-ÉÊbÉl

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Not noble; plebian; common.
  2. Not honorable.

Translations
trans-top|Not noble; plebian; common
Finnish: alhaissyntyinen
trans-mid
trans-bottom

trans-top|Not honorable
Finnish: halpamainen, alhainen
trans-mid
trans-bottom

Synonyms
degenerate
mean
base
dishonorable
reproachful
shameful
disgraceful

Derived terms
ignobility
ignobleness
ignobly


French

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /i.ɲÉbl/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /i.JObl/

Adjective
fr-infl-adj|smignoble|sfignoble|pmignobles|pfignobles|smpi.ɲÉbl|sfpi.ɲÉbl|pmpi.ɲÉbl|pfpi.ɲÉbl
ignoble

  1. disgusting, horrible

de:ignoble
fa:ignoble
fr:ignoble
io:ignoble
hu:ignoble
fi:ignoble
te:ignoble
vi:ignoble
zh:ignoble

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