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Wrath

[rath] /ræθ/
noun
1.
Cape, a high promontory in NW Scotland: most NW point on mainland.
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wrath

/rɒθ/
noun
1.
angry, violent, or stern indignation
2.
divine vengeance or retribution
3.
(archaic) a fit of anger or an act resulting from anger
adjective
4.
(obsolete) incensed; angry
Derived Forms
wrathless, adjective
Word Origin
Old English wrǣththu; see wroth

Wrath

/rɒθ; rɔːθ/
noun
1.
Cape Wrath, a promontory at the NW extremity of the Scottish mainland
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Word Origin and History for wrath cape
wrath
O.E. wræððu "anger," from wrað "angry" (see wroth) + -þu, from P.Gmc. -itho (as in strength, width etc.).
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