arrogance


arrogance
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ghururi
[Swahili Plural] maghururi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 5/6
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kiburi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9
[Derived Language] Arabic
[Related Words] takabari
[English Example] arrogance is not gentlemanly (proverb)
[Swahili Example] kiburi si maungwana (methali)
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kimene
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7
[Derived Language] Swahili
[Derived Word] -mena
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kinaa
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] kinai V
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kinaya
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] kinai V
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kitambi
[Swahili Plural] vitambi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7/8
[Derived Word] tamba V
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kogo
[Swahili Plural] kogo
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] madaha
[Swahili Plural] madaha
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] majisifu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] sifu
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] majivuno
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] vuna
[English Example] The way he walks shows that he is arrogant
[Swahili Example] anapotembea ana majivuno sana
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] makuu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] kuu
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] maringo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] ringa
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ndweo
[Swahili Plural] ndweo
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] takua
[Swahili Plural] takua
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ubwana
[Part of Speech] noun
[Swahili Example] waacha ubwana wako
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ufedhuli
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ufidhuli
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 14
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[English Word] arrogance
[English Plural] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ujeuri
[Swahili Plural] jeuri
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 11/10
[Derived Language] Arabic
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ujuba
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 14
[Swahili Example] mshipa wa ujuba Biti Kocho umeshamsimama [Moh]
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] ukinaifu
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] unyanya
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] unyeti
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] upeketevu
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] usafihi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 14
[Derived Word] safihi V, (Arabic)
[Swahili Example] alisema kwa usafihi na ufisadi [Muk]
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] usafihi
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] usodai
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] usodawi
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[Swahili Word] uvuvio
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] arrogance
[English Plural] arrogance
[Swahili Word] kichwa kikubwa
[Swahili Plural] vichwa vikubwa
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7/8
[Related Words] kubwa
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[English Word] intellectual arrogance
[Swahili Word] kiburi cha weledi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9
[Related Words] weledi
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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  • arrogance — [ arɔgɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1160; lat. arrogantia ♦ Insolence méprisante ou agressive. ⇒ fierté, hauteur, insolence, présomption, suffisance, 1. superbe. Air d arrogance. ⇒ mépris. Répondre avec arrogance. ⇒ 1. morgue. L orgueil « ne déplaît tant que… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • arrogance — ARROGANCE. s. f. Fierté, orgueil, présomption, qui fait qu on s attribue un mérite, un droit, une autorité qu on n a pas. Sotte arrogance. Arrogance insupportable. Parler avec arrogance …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • arrogance — Arrogance. s. f. Fierté, orgueil, presomption par laquelle on s attribuë un merite, un droit, une authorité que l on n a pas. Sotte arrogance. arrogance insupportable. parler avec arrogance …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Arrogance — Ar ro*gance, n. [F., fr. L. arrogantia, fr. arrogans. See {Arrogant}.] The act or habit of arrogating, or making undue claims in an overbearing manner; that species of pride which consists in exorbitant claims of rank, dignity, estimation, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Arrogance — or arrogant may refer to: *Excessive Pride *HubrisIn entertainment: *Arrogance (band) …   Wikipedia

  • arrogance — (n.) c.1300, from O.Fr. arrogance (12c.), from L. arrogantia, from arrogantem (nom. arrogans) assuming, overbearing, insolent, prp. of arrogare to claim for oneself, assume, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + rogare ask, propose (see ROGATION …   Etymology dictionary

  • arrogance — Arrogance, Arrogantia, Insolentia, Fastus, Ferocitas. Il est venu en si grande arrogance, que, etc. Processit eo insolentiae, vt, etc …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • arrogance — index contempt (disdain), contumely, disdain, disrespect Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • arrogance — [n] exaggerated self opinion airs, aloofness, audacity, bluster, braggadocio, brass*, cheek*, chutzpah*, conceit, conceitedness, contemptuousness, crust*, disdain, disdainfulness, ego, egotism, gall, haughtiness, hauteur, high handedness, hubris …   New thesaurus

  • arrogance — [ar′ə gəns, er′ə gəns] n. the quality or state of being arrogant; overbearing pride or self importance: also arrogancy …   English World dictionary

  • arrogance — (a ro gan s ) s. f. Orgueil accompagné de manières hautaines et de prétentions téméraires. Langage plein d arrogance. C est le comble de l arrogance. •   Ton arrogance insigne Ne mériterait pas qu on te fît cet honneur, VOLT. Tancr. III, 6. •   D …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré