wrathful, angry, irate, incensed ...1422
from wroth (adj. very angry or indignant, stirred to wrath) + -y
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1422 - see EXAMPLE below
"...Whan thou haste all ythoght, mowrnynge and wrothi thow shalte reme. lette thy thoght be stabill, certayne, and trewe, thy worde be not in vayne, but be hit of Solace othyr of Prowe..."
From: Secreta Secretorum (The Secret of Secrets)
Translated by James Yonge