Indign meaning

ĭn-dīn'
Unworthy.
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Shameful; disgraceful.
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Undeserving; unworthy.
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Disgraceful.
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(archaic) Unworthy, undeserving.
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Origin of indign

  • Middle English indigne from Old French from Latin indignus in- not in–1 dignus worthy dek- in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Middle French indigne, from Latin indignus, from in- (“un-”) + dignus (“worthy, dignified”).
    From Wiktionary