Definition of rudity in English:

rudity

noun

  • Rudeness.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Libel of English Policy. From Middle French rudeté and its etymon post-classical Latin ruditas coarseness, ignorance, roughness or inelegance of style, rough or unworked material, roughness, harshness from classical Latin rudis + -tās. Compare Old Occitan ruditat.

Pronunciation

rudity

/ˈruːdɪti/