Aishwarya byali

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - factotum - any employee or official having many different responsibilities.

Factotum - any employee or official having many different responsibilities. Origin Factotum has roots in the Latin facere meaning "to make; do" and tōtus meaning "all." It entered English in the

Lief - 1. gladly; willingly: I would as lief go south as not. 2. archaic. willing; desirous. Origin: Lief can be traced to the Middle English leef, which in turn comes from the Old English lēof.

willingly: I would as lief go south as not. Origin: Lief can be traced to the Middle English leef, which in turn comes from the Old English lēof.

Cicerone: a person who conducts sightseers; guide

Cicerone: a person who conducts sightseers; The word come from the Latin. It comes from the great person Cicero from ancient Roman times. The word is basically archaic and is not used often.