arrogant etymology

English word arrogant comes from Latin rogo (I ask, enquire. I request.), Latin ad ((direction) toward, to, on, up to, for.)

Detailed word origin of arrogant

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rogo Latin (lat) I ask, enquire. I request.
ad Latin (lat) (direction) toward, to, on, up to, for.
arrogo Latin (lat) (legal) I ask or inquire of someone, question.. (legal) I associate with someone, place by the side of someone.. (vulgar, slang) I have an erection.. I assign, attribute.. I claim as my own, arrogate to myself, assume.. I confer upon or procure for someone.
arrogans Latin (lat) Arrogant, insolent, overbearing. Conceited. Presumptuous.
arrogant Old French (fro)
arrogant English (eng) Having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt or disrespect for others.

Words with the same origin as arrogant

Descendants of rogo
arrogance interrogate interrogation surrogate
Descendants of ad
aboard accent according accused affair agree agreement alien alley appear approach around arrive aside asleep assault attempt attend attention available huge round size tend tent