Latin Ice Cream Man Jorge Pena Insults ANGRY Demi Lovato! Derived Forms. humiliated, adjective humiliating, adjective humiliatingly, adverb humiliation, noun humiliative (hjuːˈmɪljətɪv) adjective humiliator, noun humiliatory, adjective. Word Origin. C from Late Latin humiliāre, from Latin humilishumble. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition. en This "submission" to those invested with ecclesial authority is in no way a kind of humiliation. It flows instead from the responsible freedom of the priest who accepts not only the demands of an organized and organic ecclesial life, but also that grace of discernment and responsibility in ecclesial decisions which was. s, a back-formation from humiliation or else from Late Latin humiliatus, past participle of humiliare "to humble," from humilis "lowly, humble," literally "on the ground," from humus "earth," from PIE root *dhghem- "earth." Earlier was humily " humble oneself" (midc.), from Old French humilier. Related: Humiliated.