Meaning of over-officiousness in English:

over-officiousness

Pronunciation /ˌəʊv(ə)rəˈfɪʃəsnəs/

noun

  • The quality of being over-officious; (also occasionally) an instance of this.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Healey (c1585–c1616), translator. From over- + officiousness.