Other Word Forms of Harangue
Origin of Harangue
From Middle English arang and French harangue, from Old Italian aringa (modern Italian arringa) from aringare (“speak in public”) (modern Italian arringare), from aringo (“public assembly”), from Gothic * (hriggs), akin to Old High German hring (“ring”) (whence German Ring).
Middle English arang a speech to an assembly from Old French harangue from Old Italian aringa from aringare to speak in public probably from aringo, arringa public square, meeting place of Germanic origin koro- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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