rubicundity

rubicund

[roo-bi-kuhnd]
adjective
red or reddish; ruddy: a rubicund complexion.

Origin:
1495–1505; < Latin rubicundus, akin to ruber red1

rubicundity, noun
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rubicund (ˈruːbɪkənd)
 
adj
of a reddish colour; ruddy; rosy
 
[C16: from Latin rubicundus, from rubēre to be ruddy, from ruber red]
 
rubicundity
 
n

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