Pride of being but proud to be something..
Example, pride as mother characterizes self..
Proud to be someone's mother has more emphasis on the other person rather than the self
msoensson is correct as usual. You can have pride in yourself but be proud of others. That is usually the case, however there are exceptions. I was proud to have served in the military and take pride in having done my duty.
"Pride" is a noun.
"Proud" is an adjective.
"Pride" is what someone has.
"Proud" is what someone is.
Pride is feeling like you are better than other people while as proud is acknowledging your self worth knowing that you are important. Pride is destructive while as proud is respectiful
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You are helping someone and you don't even want the closeone to know about it, in this case you can feel your PRIDE...
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