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MAY 20, 2019 ‘scaturient ‘WOW NEW WORD OF THE DAY

[skuh-toor-ee-uhnt, -tyoor-]adjective1.gushing; overflowing.

WORD-TRENDSCelebrating 20 Years Of Word Of The Day!

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We Need Better Terms For People Who Identify As Two Or More RacesWORD OF THE DAYscaturient continued…QUOTESThe trees, and the flowers, and the butterflies, the green and fragrant earth, all teeming and scaturient with new species.
— Hartley Coleridge, “Captain James Cook,” Biographia Borealis, 1833ORIGINScaturient is a very rare adjective meaning “bubbling up, gushing forth.” It comes from Latin scaturrient-, scāturient-, the participle stem of scaturriēns, scāturiēns, from the verb scaturrīre, scatūrīre. The Latin verbs are derivatives of scatēre, scatere “to gush violently”; the suffix –urīre is of obscure origin and usually forms desiderative verbs (verbs that express the desire to perform the action denoted by the underlying verb). The Latin root scat– is a derivative of the Proto-Indo-European root skēt– “to jump, spring, hop,” source of Old Lithuanian skasti “to jump, spring,” and perhaps of English shad (the fish), from Old English sceadd. Scaturient entered English in the latter half of the 17th century.

  • MAY 20, 2019 ‘scaturient ‘WOW NEW WORD OF THE DAY
    [skuh-toor-ee-uhnt, -tyoor-]adjective1.gushing; overflowing. WORD-TRENDSCelebrating 20 Years Of Word Of The Day! WORD-TRENDS We Need Better Terms For People Who Identify As Two Or More RacesWORD OF THE DAYscaturient continued…QUOTESThe trees, and the flowers, and the butterflies, the green and fragrant earth, all teeming and scaturient with new species.– Hartley Coleridge, "Captain James Cook," Biographia Borealis, … Read More
  • Word for Wednesday – ZELIG 🤗
    Word for Wednesday – ZELIG A person who is able to change their appearance, behaviour or attitudes, so as to be comfortable in any situation. AMERICA 😁😁😁 whoa 🤗🤗🤗
  • Word for today Dogmatic
    Dogmatic [ dawg-MAT-ik, dog- ] [ adjective ] MEANING : 1. dictatorial or authoritative 2. pertaining to dogma USAGE EXAMPLE 1 : She was not tempted to be dogmatic about what she believed.
  • SHAME
    In one word: Self Judgement Meaning in Dictionary: Shame: Noun The painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonourable, improper, ridiculizes a person. Or done by one person to another SHAME Verb: to cause Shame and humiliate a person arises from conditioning response found in ancient misinformation passed down through mainly indoctrinated family trees … Read More
  • Interesting term “atheist” This post is just a ” Word for the Day” Category.
    The term atheist was coined in response to the religion phenomenon, and means ‘the absence of belief in a creator’. It’s not really a thing, it’s the opposite of a thing. It’s the human default position. Atheism is not a belief system, it’s the acknowledgment that one has no belief system. One doesn’t ‘believe’ in … Read More
  • Word of the day – Sin
    What is “Sin” perhaps that word originated by human-made religion? Sin is used by human-made religion to disguise one's guilt incurred by a lifetime of junk filled words. Sin is the judgement of self and others. Sin is a cover-up. Humans need to be less judgmental. I have often wondered why folk use three words … Read More
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  • A thought for today 😉
    When an inferiority complex is in full effect, it may impact the performance of an individual as well as impact an individual's. Unconscious psychological and emotional processes can disrupt students’ cognitive learning, and negatively “charged” feeling-toned memory associations can derail the learning process.
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  • Word of the day *Single-hearted * ADJECTIVE
    adjective sincere and undivided in feeling or spirit; dedicated; not reflecting mixed emotions: He was single-hearted in his patriotism. Examples: Whatever becomes of me, I shall remember always this single-hearted devotion of yours, Margaret, and I shall thank God that I know of it and love you for it. Edward Boltwood, "The Touchstone," The Smart … Read More
  • Word of the day * HUMDINGER*
    noun Informal. a person, thing, action, or statement of remarkable excellence or effect. Informal. a person, thing, action, or statement of remarkable excellence or effect. Examples: … Beethoven gave the Viennese a humdinger, something to make them sit up and take notice. Michael Steinberg, The Concerto: A Listener's Guide, 1998 Streep, whose speeches are perfect, … Read More
  • Funny thoughts for the day 😁😊🤗
    When your done for the day That's all folks I'm running away from the office 🤐🤐🤔
  • Did you know that SUDOKU
    The number of valid 9×9 Sudoku grids is: 6,670,903,752,021,072,936,960 Noun The puzzle which players insert one to nine into a grid consisting of nine squares subdivided into a further nine smaller squares in such a way that every number appears once in each horizontal line, vertical line and square.
  • Word of the day
    verb to remain poised or balanced. to oscillate or move from side to side or between two points. Examples: Watching them to the ground, the wings of a hawk, or of the brown owl, stretch out, are drawn against the current air by a string as a paper kite, and made to flutter and librate … Read More
  • noun Anatomy. the armpit. Ornithology. the corresponding region under the wing of a bird. Botany. an axil. Word of the Day 🌞🕯
    noun Anatomy. the armpit. Ornithology. the corresponding region under the wing of a bird. Botany. an axil. Examples: There is a game of croquet set up on the lawn and my second cousin Sonsoles can be found there any hour of the afternoon, bent over, with a mallet in her hand, and looking out of … Read More
  • The noun tump has an obscure etymology.😅 Oh my, looked like TRUMP 🌞😂 and sounds like Trump 🤔😅
    noun British Dialect. A small mound, hill, or rise of ground. British Dialect. A clump of grass, shrubs, or trees, especially rising from a swamp or bog. British Dialect. A heap or stack, as a haystack. Examples: Despite the fine afternoon sunlight all around, the tump itself seemed steeped in perpetual shadow, brooding and ominous. … Read More
  • Schadenfreude~ Word of the Day ~ noun satisfaction or pleasure felt at someone else’s misfortune. 😁
    noun satisfaction or pleasure felt at someone else's misfortune. Examples: Social media exploded with gleeful Schadenfreude. Naomi Fry, "Searching for Meaning in the Leftover Merchandise of Fyre Festival," The New Yorker, May 24, 2018 It also let Peggy see the sagging flesh under Blanche's chin. Since her jawline was still pretty good, she soaked up … Read More
  • When Do You Use A vs. An?
    When Do You Use A vs. An? There are all sorts of grammar rules out there. But, one of the most basic is determining when you should use the very first letter of the alphabet. Do you know when to use a vs. when you should use an? Let’s break this one down! A vs. … Read More
  • Where Does The Name October Come From?
    Where Does The Name October Come From? October is here, and in the northern hemisphere that often means the days are flush with falling leaves, chilling weather, and growing anticipation for the holiday season. The tenth month by our Gregorian calendar, October shares a root with octopus and octothorpe—the Latin octo-, meaning “eight.” So, how … Read More
  • What’s The Origin Of The F-word?
    What’s The Origin Of The F-word? It’s one of the most versatile words in the English language, but where did the F-word come from? Initially, the naughtiest of naughty words was quite an acceptable word, though no English speaker would say that today. F-ck is believed to have first shown up in written form sometime … Read More
  • Thought of this day
    "Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go"
  • Nothing is IMPOSSIBLE especially to a Child😁 it’s a shame to grow up. You know what I mean😁For some stupid reason we as adults lose that intelligence of youth. Did you know that 😁
  • Kindness
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  • Thought of today.
  • LOVE YOU 💙
    "It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done."
  • KINDNESS
  • WORD OF THE DAY: PARANOIA
    Ruthie pointed out that my fear that everybody is always watching me is irrational, and suggested I get a Self-Help Book to aid me in getting over my unfounded anxiety. I took her advice, but it did not help much…. . . As soon as I got home, I put the Band-Aid right back on … Read More
  • Word of the day : VEXATIOUS
    A VEXATIOUS COMPLAINT is a form of abuse to HURT, DISRUPT another person's life It is aggravating, disturbing, harassing It is Form of conduct, verbal comments, actions or gestures that are repetitive, Hostile or unwanted that effect the person's dignity or PSYCHOLOGICAL INTEGRITY mydaz.blog
  • Word of the day “andragogy”
    noun the methods or techniques used to teach adults: Many educators believe that the principles of andragogy, as advanced by Malcolm Knowles, have great relevance to adult education; others are not so certain. Examples: … in the technology of andragogy there is decreasing emphasis on the transmittal techniques of traditional teaching and increasing emphasis on … Read More
  • Word of the day💥💥💥💥
    A Priori and A Posteriori. The terms "a priori" and "a posteriori" are used primarily to denote the foundations upon which a proposition is known. A given proposition is knowable a priori if it can be known independent of any experience other than the experience of learning the language in which the proposition is expressed, … Read More
  • Great Philosophy Quotes 😁😁
    "No one has ever learned fully to know themselves." -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Word for Wednesday – ZELIG 🤗

Word for Wednesday – ZELIG
A person who is able to change their appearance, behaviour or attitudes, so as to be comfortable in any situation.

AMERICA 😁😁😁 whoa 🤗🤗🤗

Word for today Dogmatic

Dogmatic [ dawg-MAT-ik, dog- ]
[ adjective ]
MEANING :
1. dictatorial or authoritative
2. pertaining to dogma
USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
She was not tempted to be dogmatic about what she believed.

SHAME

In one word: Self Judgement

Meaning in Dictionary: Shame: Noun

The painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonourable, improper, ridiculizes a person.

Or done by one person to another

SHAME Verb: to cause Shame and humiliate a person arises from conditioning response found in ancient misinformation passed down through mainly indoctrinated family trees encompassing “Man Made Religion” found now to be interpreted as Fact is not a fact at all. ( God must cry )

IDIOMS include Shame: you Shame: feel ashamed ( shocking, cruel thing to say to others )

SHAME.

  • Embarrassment
  • Mortification
  • Humiliation
  • Self-mutilation of character

The Human Race has been used by evil ideals to undermind our intelligence, to cause lifelong scars in humans that never heal.

The WORD, SHAME belongs in the same category as Hate, Racism, Ignorance, narcist self-absorbed individual-referred as a narcist troubled with the pompous self-righteousness of self-importance without the regard for a poor soul that you were supposed to support and love, how shockingly cruel are you to shame a loved one.

Yes, a mouthful here to think about!

Kindness using words in the English Language may save humanity and save the Government taxpayers money in the health system Treating Mental Illness.

Many Words in the English Language cause mental illness.

Ask for forgiveness, not rewards when the term used called SHAME spue them from your mouth.

Interesting term “atheist” This post is just a ” Word for the Day” Category.

The term atheist was coined in response to the religion phenomenon, and means ‘the absence of belief in a creator’.

It’s not really a thing, it’s the opposite of a thing.

It’s the human default position.

Atheism is not a belief system, it’s the acknowledgment that one has no belief system.

One doesn’t ‘believe’ in science, one relies upon science to inform one’s position.

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Word of the day – Sin

What is “Sin” perhaps that word originated by human-made religion?

Sin is used by human-made religion to disguise one’s guilt incurred by a lifetime of junk filled words. Sin is the judgement of self and others. Sin is a cover-up. Humans need to be less judgmental. I have often wondered why folk use three words OPINION, SIN, JUDGMENT. Maybe some time these words will be not heard. Wouldn’t that be a beautiful world?

A thought for today 😉

When an inferiority complex is in full effect, it may impact the performance of an individual as well as impact an individual’s. Unconscious psychological and emotional processes can disrupt students’ cognitive learning, and negatively “charged” feeling-toned memory associations can derail the learning process.

Word of the day *Single-hearted * ADJECTIVE

adjective
sincere and undivided in feeling or spirit; dedicated; not reflecting mixed emotions: He was single-hearted in his patriotism.

Examples:

Whatever becomes of me, I shall remember always this single-hearted devotion of yours, Margaret, and I shall thank God that I know of it and love you for it.

Edward Boltwood, “The Touchstone,” The Smart Set, May 1910
… one gets what one goes after with single-hearted purpose, but otherwise not.

Anya Seton, The Turquoise, 1946
Origin:

Single-hearted was first recorded in 1570–80.

Did you know that ?

Word of the day * HUMDINGER*

noun

Informal. a person, thing, action, or statement of remarkable excellence or effect.

Informal. a person, thing, action, or statement of remarkable excellence or effect.

Examples:

… Beethoven gave the Viennese a humdinger, something to make them sit up and take notice.
Michael Steinberg, The Concerto: A Listener’s Guide, 1998
Streep, whose speeches are perfect, delivered a humdinger of a tribute to Emma Thompson, who was receiving the best-actress honor, for “Saving Mr. Banks.”
Michael Schulman, “Meryl Streep Pokes Back at Male Hollywood,” The New Yorker, January 9, 2014
Origin:

The origin of humdinger is speculative. It was originally American slang, first appearing in print at the beginning of the 20th century and in British English about 1926.

Did you know that SUDOKU

The number of valid 9×9 Sudoku grids is:

6,670,903,752,021,072,936,960

Noun

The puzzle which players insert one to nine into a grid consisting of nine squares subdivided into a further nine smaller squares in such a way that every number appears once in each horizontal line, vertical line and square.