Pramiti Mukhopadhyay

Pramiti Mukhopadhyay

India / Wonder why, Pigs don't fly Gingerbread, In my head
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Word Origin: 1840–50, Americanism; < Louisiana French < American Spanish la ñapa the addition, equivalent to la feminine definite article + ñapa, variant of yapa < Quechua: that which is added.

< Louisiana French < American Spanish la ñapa the addition, equivalent to la feminine definite article + ñapa, variant of yapa < Quechua: that which is added.

Word Origin: Greek, "tacho"-speed

Word Origin: Greek, "tacho"-speed

Word Origin: Latin abluere 'to wash off'

Word Origin: Latin abluere 'to wash off'

Word origin: early 19th century (in sense 2): from Greek katharsis, from kathairein ‘cleanse’, from katharos ‘pure’. The notion of ‘release’ through drama (sense 1) derives from Aristotle's Poetics .

FAVORITE WORD: Catharsis (from the Greek κάθαρσις katharsis meaning "purification" or "cleansing") is the purification and purgation of emotions—especially pity and fear—through art or any extreme change in emotion that results in renewal and restoration.