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No one ever has much trouble describing their kid’s latest tantrum, the terrible movie they watched last night or why we should

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As Jules Verne said, ‘The sea is everything.’ The sea covers seventy percent of…

English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt// I am one of these in many areas...

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English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt// autodidact noun, a person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education; a self-taught person.

French origin //[jer-uh-mahy-uh d//

Jeremiad French origin //[jer-uh-mahy-uh d//: A long mournful complaint; a list of woes.


From Latin origin I can't decide for my life. The root origin of this word is from the Latin word facilis, which mean's easy. The above definition in the box is good for English.

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Bookshelfie: (n.) A picture taken of oneself in front of one's bookshelf. A tool for showing others that you have more books than they do, therefore allowing you to assert your bookish dominance.


Boketto (Japanese): The act of gazing vacantly into the distance, without thinking.

English with Greek origin //hip-nuh-goj-ik// Me right now

Hypnagogic (adj) the state immediately before falling asleep ⊰♡⊱ English with Greek origin - hip-nuh-goj-ik