Superbia etymology


Latin word superbia comes from Latin super

Etymology of superbia

Detailed word origin of superbia

Dictionary entry Language Definition
super Latin (lat) Accusative [of measure] above, beyond, over, in addition to. Accusative [of place] above, beyond. Accusative [of place] above, on the top of, upon.
superbus Latin (lat) (in a bad sense) proud, rude, supercilious, arrogant, haughty, uncivil, insolent, discourteous. (in a good sense) proud, superior, superb, excellent, distinguished; splendid, magnificent.
superbia Latin (lat) Conceit, vanity. Pride, haughtiness, arrogance. Rudeness, discourtesy.

Words with the same origin as superbia

Descendants of super