Hey everyone! Stop by and learn a new word with today’s wacky word entry. Learn about what would qualify you to obtain an “aegrotat degree” and which countries are most likely to offer it. Stop on by and read all about it at T for Translation!
Hi guys, it’s Wednesday again, which means it’s time for another wacky word! Come on by to learn about longanimity, its relation to Catholicism, and how satirical writer Ambrose Boise defines this word. Stop in at T for Translation to read more. See you there!
In love and friendship, the most important people in our lives will forgive us our foibles. But in war, a foible is a dangerous thing that can lead to death or worse if your swordplay isn’t up to snuff. Stop on by T for Translation for today’s Wacky Word Wednesday, where we discuss the origins of the word “foible” and its relationship to swords. See you there!
Hi there! Check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday to learn more about cachinnating, maniacally laughing, and what this has to do with yoga. Read about Dr. Robert Provine, who has been doing research on laughter for over a decade, and find out what those random laughs and chuckles really mean. Hope you’re having a swell week so far!
In this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, you’ll learn about an epic historical battle that, erm… never really happened. But it’s rife with intrigue, good ol’-fashioned anthropomorphism, and of course an interesting term you can add to the list of words you use to show off at parties. Enjoy!
Did you ever notice how, when you learn about something new, you suddenly become hypersensitive to its presence everywhere? It’s almost as if the thing or concept only came into existence after your having learned it. Well, here’s an adjective that’ll change the way you describe oddly shaped things.