[ ih-nawr-mi-tee ]
Part of Speech
Origin + Etymology
via Old French from Latin enormitas, from enormis, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out of’ + norma ‘pattern, standard’. The word originally meant ‘deviation from legal or moral rectitude’ and ‘transgression’. Current senses have been influenced by enormous.
Usage Over Time
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