Etymology
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wrath (n.)

Old English wræððu "anger," from wrað "angry" (see wroth) + -þu, from Proto-Germanic -itho (as in strength, width etc.; see -th (2)).

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Definitions of wrath

wrath (n.)
intense anger (usually on an epic scale);
wrath (n.)
belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins);
Synonyms: anger / ire / ira
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