Word Origin late Old English prūt, prūd ‘having a high opinion of one's own worth’, from Old French prudadverbjump to other results
BrE BrE//praʊd//; NAmE NAmE//praʊd//
(old-fashioned, British English) to treat somebody very well by giving them a lot of good food, entertainment, etc. The college did us proud at the centenary dinner.
do somebody proudjump to other results
to do something that makes you proud of yourself or that makes other people proud of you
do yourself/somebody proudjump to other results