condign[kən dīn′, kän′dīn′]
Origin of condignMiddle English and amp; Old French condigne ; from Classical Latin condignus, very worthy ; from com-, intensive + dignus, worthy: see dignity
Origin of condignMiddle English condigne, from Old French, from Latin condignus : com-, intensive pref.; see com– + dignus, worthy; see dek- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more condign, superlative most condign)
From Old French condigne, from Latin condignus, from con- + dignus ‘worthy’.