Meaning of rough-mouthed in English:

rough-mouthed

Pronunciation /ˌrʌfˈmaʊðd/ /ˌrʌfˈmaʊθt/

adjective

  • Of a person: that speaks roughly or crudely.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Jordan (c1614–1685), actor, poet, and playwright. From rough + mouthed.