Pronounced: you-HEE-muh-riz-um, noun (alternatively, the second syllable could be ‘HEM’)
Notes: When I glance at this word, I keep seeing ‘euphemism’, but this is not that word
The phrase infra dig means “being beneath one’s dignity; undignified”
This word showed up in the early 1800s
Background / Comments
I’ve never run across this word, which is a shorted form of the Latin phrase infra dignitatem (beneath dignity). I’m told that it is used in a casual contexts — sometimes also sarcastic.