Outrage

adj. outrageousVariants: wtrage, owtrage
v. to outrage, destroy, to lose temperVariants: outrayed, pt. s..Etymology: Old French oultrager
sb. outrage, excessive insult, luxusVariants: owterage, excessusEtymology: Old French outrage, oltrage; cp. Italian oltraggioLow Latin ultragium; from Old French oltre; Latin ultra