MEANING: noun: Integrity and honesty.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin probus (upright, good). Ultimately from the Indo-European root per- (forward), which also gave us paramount, prime, proton, prow, German Frau (woman), and Hindi purana (old). Earliest documented use: 1425.


PROBRITY - in favor of England

PROBITH - what one doth (or should) before one jumpith to conclusions

PYROBITY - burning small particles