Animose
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Animose

English

Etymology

From Latin animosus ("full of courage, bold, spirited, proud"), from animus ("courage, spirit, mind"); see animus.

Adjective

animose (comparative more animose, superlative most animose)

  1. Resolute and full of vigor; vehement.

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Further reading

  • animose in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911

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Italian

Adjective

animose f pl

  1. Feminine plural of adjective animoso.

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Latin

Etymology 1

anim?sus ("spirited, courageous, undaunted, proud") +‎ -?

Adverb

anim?s? (comparative anim?sius, superlative anim?sissim?)

  1. courageously, undauntedly, proudly, vehemently, ardently
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Etymology 2

Adjective

anim?se

  1. vocative masculine singular of anim?sus

References


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