orgueil

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from Old French orgoill (pride), from Frankish *urgōl (pride), from Proto-Germanic *urgōli-, *urgōljō (pride). Cognate with Old High German urguol (outstanding, distinguished), Old Saxon urgôl (outstanding, distinguished), Old English orgel, orgello (pride). Compare Italian orgoglio, Spanish orgullo, Catalan orgull.

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Noun[edit]

orgueil m (plural orgueils)

  1. pride; proudness; haughtiness, arrogance

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