furious etymology

English word furious comes from Latin furo (I rave or rage.), Latin -osus

Detailed word origin of furious

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
furo Latin (lat) I rave or rage.
-osus Latin (lat) -ose, -ous; full of, prone to. Used to form adjectives from nouns.
furia Latin (lat) Rage, fury, frenzy.
furiosus Latin (lat) Full of madness or rage, furious, raging.
furieus Old French (fro)
furious English (eng) Rushing with impetuosity; moving with violence.. Transported with anger or passion; raging; violent.

Words with the same origin as furious

Descendants of furo
Descendants of -osus
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