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Ways to Say Bless You Around the World

How to say "Bless you" (or its local equivalent) in languages.

50 Old British Dialect Words. (Memo: Add Wright's English Dialect Dictionary to wish list IMMEDIATELY.)

50 Old British Dialect Words We Should Bring Back

50 Old British Dialect Words to Incorporate into Conversation - a little off topic perhaps, but what better way to illustrate the wondrous delight that language can bring

It has a name!

the scent of rain on dry earth. The word is constructed from Greek, petra, meaning stone + ichor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology<<-I thought of Doctor Who ;

Horripilation - another word for "goose bumps"?

Horripilation - bristling of hair on the skin from cold, fear, etc.

What a wonderful fact!

Actually is from Aramaic, precursor to Hebrew. The Aramaic is "Avra kehdabra" and means literally "I will create as I speak". Abracadabra in Hebrew is "I create what I speak"

fuliginous - Word of the Day | Dictionary.com

Definitions for fuliginous sooty; smoky: the fuliginous air hanging over an industrial city. of the color of soot, as dark gray, dull brown, black, etc.

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

Fetishes Aren't Just A Sex Thing. You Might Even Have A Few Of These 31 - OMG Facts - The World's #1 Fact Source

Most people hear the word fetish and automatically thing it's sexual, but that is not always the case. In reality, all a fetish means is that you like something very much.Here are 31 fetishes that have nothing to do with sex.

kittle (adjective): difficult to deal with; prone to erratic behavior. Word of the Day for 2 January 2015 #WOTD #WordoftheDay #kittle

kittle (adjective): difficult to deal with; prone to erratic behavior. Word of the Day for 2 January 2015

Bimble: walk at a leisurely pace

bimble (verb): Walk or travel at a leisurely pace. Word of the Day for October 2014 word 023

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