n. The state or condition of being proud, or a feeling of elation or exultation on account of what one is or has or is connected with, in any sense.n. A becoming and dignified sense of what is due to one's personality, character, or position; firm self-respect.n. A reasonable feeling of elation or exultation in view of one's doings, achievements, or possessions, or those of a person or persons intimately connected with one.n. Haughty or arrogant bearing or conduct; overbearing treatment of others; insolent exultation; vainglorying.n. Exuberance of animal spirits; warmth of temperament; mettle.n. Hence Lust; sexual desire; especially, the excitement of the sexual appetite in a female animal.n. Wantonness; extravagance; excess; hence, impertinence; impudence.n. That which is or may be a cause of pride; that of which men are proud.n. Highest pitch; elevation; loftiness; the best or most admired part of a thing; the height; full force, extent, or quantity.n. Decoration; ornament; beauty displayed; specifically, in heraldry, a term applicable to the peacock, turkey-cock, and other birds which spread their tails in a circular form, and drop their wings: as, a peacock in his pride.n. Splendid show; ostentation.n. A company or group (of lions).n. Lameness; impediment.n. Synonyms Pride, Egotism, Vanity, etc. (see egotism), self-exaltation, self-sufficiency, vainglory.n. Pride, Arrogance, Presumption, etc. (see arrogance), lordliness, hauteur.n. Ornament, glory, splendor.To indulge in pride, elation, or self-esteem; value (one's self): used reflexively.To spread, as a bird its tail-feathers.To be proud; exult; glory: sometimes with indefinite it.n. A kind of lamprey; especially, the mud-lamprey. See Ammocætes and lamprey. Also sand-pride and pride of the Isis.n. The larval lamprey.