Jealousy is the feeling that others will take away something you have. It is the negative feeling towards someone. It is the feeling of insecurity and fear.
Envy is the emotion of desiring what someone has. It occurs when the one lacks something. It may be for status, possessions, power and wealth.
|The state or feeling of being jealous||A feeling of discontented or resentful longing aroused by someone else’s possessions, qualities, or luck|
|Synonyms||Distrust, grudge, rivalry, insecurity, suspicion, resentment||Desire, discontent, rivalry, invidia, enviousness, covet|
|Antonyms||Kindness, distraction, lenity, forbearance, goodwill, trust||Confidence, bounty, breadth, assistance, generosity, kindness|
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|Word origin||The word jealousy was originated from Middle English: from Old French gelosie, from gelos.||The word envy was originated from Middle English (also in the sense ‘hostility, enmity’): from Old French envie (noun), envier (verb), from Latin invidia, from invidere ‘regard maliciously, grudge’, from in- ‘into’ + videre ‘to see’.|
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