Today's Word of the Day is smattering. #wordoftheday #language #vocabulary

a slight, superficial, or introductory knowledge of something: a smattering of Latin.

cathect: (v) to invest emotion or feeling in a particular idea, object, or in another person.

Yatirim yapmak- cathect: (v) to invest emotion or feeling in a particular idea, object, or in another person.

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Unusual Travel Words Looking for inspiration? Here's a list of unusual travel words to help express your love for travel

..wow; I know someone with this daily; lol

paramnesia [par-am-nee-zhuh]: <noun> Psychiatry. a distortion of memory in which fact and fantasy are confused. the inability to recall the correct meaning of a word.

English with Greek origin //hip-nuh-goj-ik// Me right now

Hypnagogic (adj) the state immediately before falling asleep ⊰♡⊱ English with Greek origin - hip-nuh-goj-ik

...submission is my journey

Esoteric (adj) intended for or likely to be understood by only a selected few who have special knowledge or interest ~ private, secret, confidential; belonging to the select few

Ossify: to become rigid or inflexible in habits, attitudes, opinions, etc.

Ossify - to become rigid or inflexible in habits, attitudes, opinions, etc.: a young man who began to ossify right after college. Origin Ossify stems from the Latin word for "bone," os. It entered English in the

Word of the Day http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/2015/05/12/hidebound

Hidebound — narrow and rigid in opinion; inflexible: “a hidebound pedant.” oriented toward or confined to the past; extremely conservative: “a hidebound philosopher.” (of a horse, cow, etc.) having the back and ribs bound tightly by the hide.

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Lypophrenia ~ (n.) a vague feeling of sadness seemingly without any cause.

Lypophrenia ~ (n.) a vague feeling of sadness seemingly without any cause.The origin of this word is from the Greek.

Love learning.   Love of words. Philo is Greek for love . Logy is from the Greek word logos which means word in English.

Philology definition, the study of literary texts and of written records, the establishment of their authenticity and their original form, and the determination of their meaning.

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