thrasonical[t̸hrə sän′i kəl]
Origin of thrasonical; from Classical Latin Thraso, name of the braggart in Terence's Eunuch (; from Classical Greek Thrasōn ; from thrasos, tharsos, bold ; from Indo-European base an unverified form dhers-, to dare, be bold from source dare) + -ical
Origin of thrasonicalAfter Thrasō, a character in the play Eunuchus by Terence.
(comparative more thrasonical, superlative most thrasonical)
Via Latin from Greek Θρασων (a boastful soldier in Terence’s Eunuchus), from θρασυς ‘bold, spirited’.