fanfaronade

[fan-fer-uh-neyd]
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Origin of fanfaronade

1645–55; < French fanfaronnade < Spanish fanfarronada. See fanfaron, -ade1
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fanfaronade

noun
  1. rare boasting or flaunting behaviour; bluster

Word Origin for fanfaronade

C17: via French from Spanish fanfarronada, from fanfarrón boaster, from Arabic farfār garrulous
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