Marie of Romania (miss_daizy) wrote in 1word1day,
Marie of Romania

caitiff n. [key-tif]

- a despicable, base or cowardly person;
- a captive or prisoner


From Old French caitif = prisoner, from Latin captīvus captive. First usage in 14th century.


Did you all see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows yet? Ah, what satisfaction it was to see that crass caitiff Voldemort come to his much deserved end.

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