Word of the Day - Oenomel - something combining strength with sweetness. Origin: Oenomel can be traced to the Greek terms oînos meaning "wine" and méli meaning "honey." The potent, sweet drink dates back to Ancient Greece. The term entered English in the
Nixie - a letter or parcel that is undeliverable by the post office because of a faulty or illegible address. Origin: Nixie entered English in the Its root word nix means "nothing," and derives from the German nichts, which also means "nothing.
Venial - able to be forgiven or pardoned; not seriously wrong, as a sin (opposed to mortal). Origin: Venial can be traced to the Latin term venia meaning "grace, favor, indulgence." It entered English in the