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Back in the 15th Century, collective nouns were all the rage. The system, which assigns a different word for “group” depending on the animal being referred to, was the brainchild of English hunters who wanted to distinguish each of their … Continue reading
Boreism noun: behavior of a boring person; the condition of being a bore. Andy Warhol once said, “I like boring things,” which makes sense, considering one of the most iconic images of his career was the Campbell soup can. However, … Continue reading
Magastromancy noun: magical astrology In light of all the hoopla surrounding the supposed new Zodiac signs, here’s a word for us to save that is completely on point: magastromancy, which means magical astrology. The interesting point here is that when … Continue reading
Noun. Hiding place. Take a moment and remember the latibule that preserved a family and the heroes that crafted it. Please click here to see and experience Anne Frank’s Secret Annex, which she wrote about so honestly and eloquently in … Continue reading
pregnatress noun 1. female power that generates or gives birth to something 2. someone who gives birth to new ideas, thoughts and projects