1. offense; annoyance; displeasure; resentment; a feeling of displeasure or indignation at someone or something regarded as the cause of injury or insult; pique; irritation.
2. the slightest indication or vaguest feeling of suspicion, doubt, hostility, or the like.
3. a vague or indistinct indication; a hint.
4. leaves that afford shade, as the foliage of trees.
5. shade or shadows, as cast by trees.
6. a shadowy appearance or semblance of something; shadow; shade.
Etymology: from Old French umbrage, from Latin umbr?ticus, “relating to shade”, from umbra, “shade, shadow”.
[requested by hopefulblazeexpert]
And Delores is Spanish for sorrows or pain…
She’s more accurately named than Voldemort and he chose his!
By the laws of Nominative Determinism she never stood a chance.