Meaning of rudesse in English:

rudesse

Pronunciation /ruːˈdɛs/

noun

  • Rudeness. Now especially as in modern French: harshness, coarseness.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Geoffrey Chaucer (c1340–1400), poet and administrator. Originally from Anglo-Norman rudesce, Middle French rudesse (French rudesse) harshness, coarseness, simplicity, rusticity, ignorance, lack of education, quality of being disgusting from rude + -esse.