Word Nerd : Bellitude

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Bellitude Word Nerd via LaWhimsyBellitude is an extremely obscure word and one not many would happen upon – until now. I like the word bellitude and it makes me think of one of my favorite fairytale heroines – Beauty from Beauty and the Beast (though Belle from the Disney version is even more awesome!).

belle beauty and the beast bellitude gifBellitude is an almost self-descriptive word, since it seems to be a merging of the two words belle (beauty) and attitude (disposition). To have a gracious, kind and open demeanor is to exude a truly wonderful sort of beauty and it’s the very kind of beauty that will withstand all time. A beautiful attitude ~ That’s how I view and utilize bellitude and I think it’s a word that should be used a lot more.

Audrey Hepburn the ultimate in bellitudeAudrey Hepburn is the penultimate in bellitude!

What do you think of bellitude – a beautiful attitude? Is it a quaintrelle worthy word?

Namaste ~ Ella

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3 thoughts on “Word Nerd : Bellitude

  1. Thank you so much for the follow.
    Follow you back on bloglovin.
    Btw,I’m also on Instagram,maybe you like my account?
    Lovely greets from germany 😉

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