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vigneron (noun): a person who cultivates grapes for winemaking. Word of the Day for 30 March

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desiderium \ des-i-DEER-ee-uhm \ , noun; an ardent longing, as for something lost.

From the Latin tumultus- go make a loud noise. Also the word tumult is derived from the same word. A very common used word in English.

Tumultuary, the origin of this word is from Latin. It comes from the Latin word tumultus, which means to make loud noise. The word tumult is also from the same Latin word.

This of the top of the Sears Tower or Mount Everest. The origins ome from a combination of Old Spanish, Middle English, Medieval Latin and Arabic, between

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exoteric (adjective): Intended for or likely to be understood by the general public. Word of the Day for 22 April 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #exoteric

exoteric (adjective): Intended for or likely to be understood by the general public. Word of the Day for 22 April

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Galluses - Older Use. a pair of suspenders for trousers. Origin: Galluses is a variant of gallows meaning "suspenders;" It entered English in the early

wythe (noun): A single thickness of bricks in masonry construction. Word of the Day for 3 February 2016. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #wythe

calypso (noun): A kind of West Indian (originally Trinidadian) music in syncopated African rhythm, typically with words improvised on a topical theme. Word of the Day for 19 October

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Pinning this because I knew what it meant before I looked at the meaning. It's also the word 'word' in Spanish.

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odium (noun): widespread hatred or disgust for someone. Word of the Day for 27 December 2014 from the Latin word od or odium meaning hatred.

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