greedy, avaricious ...1637 obs. rare
from Italian ingordigi-a (greediness) from ingordo (greedy) + -ous
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1637 - see EXAMPLE below
"...And for their conversations, they are exorbitantly luxurious, temulent, inordinately proud, and excessively ingerdigious and exacting; and of such debauchednes of lives and manners, and so brutish and unnaturall, as the very sinnes of Sodome and the old world are revived againe amongst them..."
From: The Letany
- John Bastwick