jalouse

transitive verb ja·louse \jəˈlüz\

Definition of jalouse

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. 1 chiefly Scottish :  suspect surmise jaloused frae your last discourse that ye were perplexed — John Buchan

  2. 2 :  to be jealous of or begrudge jealously jaloused him and planned to do him a harm — Sir Richard Burton

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Origin and Etymology of jalouse

French jalouser to envy, be jealous of, from Old French, from jalos, jalous, jelous jealous


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