Origin of appreciation
Examples from the Web for over-appreciation
Pride arises from the appreciation or over-appreciation of oneself, his attainments, or his belongings.The Mind and Its Education|George Herbert Betts
One young Englishman whom I have met lately errs on the side of over-appreciation.Penelope's English Experiences|Kate Douglas Wiggin
But there is a happy medium between these extremes of over-appreciation and contempt.Introduction to the Study of History|Charles V. Langlois
c.1600 (with an isolated use from c.1400), from Anglo-French appreciation, noun of action from Old French apprécier (14c.), from Late Latin appretiare "estimate the quality of" (see appreciate). Generally with a sense of "high estimation" from c.1650. Meaning "expression of (favorable) estimation" is from 1858; sense of "rise in value" is from c.1790.