- Having a high opinion of oneself; arrogant, supercilious.
- Godolphin Horne Who was cursed with the Sin of Pride, and Became a Boot-Black. Hillair Belloc.
- Godolphin Horne was Nobly Born; / He held the human race in scorn, / And lived with all his sisters where / His father lived, in Berkeley Square. / And oh! The lad was deathly ! / He never shook your hand or bowed, / But merely smirked and nodded thus: / How perfectly ridiculous! / Alas! That such Affected Tricks / Should flourish in a child of six!
- gratified, Gratified; feeling honoured (by something); feeling satisfied or happy about a fact or event.
- I am of Sivu's schoolwork.
- Possessed of a due sense of what one is worth or deserves.
- I was too to apologise.
- Generating a sense of pride; being a cause for pride.
- It was a day when we finally won the championship.
- (obsolete) brave, Brave, valiant; gallant.
- Standing out or raised; swollen.
- After it had healed, the scar tissue stood of his flesh.
- (obsolete) Excited by sexual desire; (of female animals) in heat.
- (rfv-sense) Happy. Usually used with a sense of honor, as in "I'm so to have you in our town." But occasionally just plain happy as in "I'm to see gas prices down." This is a widespread colloquial usage in the South.
Etymology: Late prud, prÅd, from prud "brave, gallant" (modern French preux), from late Latin , apparently related to Latin prodesse, prÅdesse "to be of value".
- Dutch: trots
- Dutch, trots
- French: fier (1) :fr: fier , Â°
- German: stolz (1) :de: stolz , Â°, prahlerisch
- Italian: orgoglioso, fiero (1) :it: fiero , Â°
- Spanish: orgulloso (1) :es: orgulloso , Â°
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