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Word Nerd: Novaturient

Novaturient is desiring changes or alterations, usually in regards to one's life, behavior, or situation. The origin of novaturient comes from the Latin novāre (make new) and ent (present participial ending, i.e. word-forming element making a noun or verb an adjective). Novaturient could almost be a buzz word in the world of self-help (albeit a… Continue reading Word Nerd: Novaturient

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Word Nerd: Moulder

Moulder is to break down through rot or decay. Moulder is the chiefly British spelling variant of molder. Moulder is a word I use with an almost alarming frequency in the Autumnal months, though in my defense, mouldering is a truly beautiful descriptive that captures one of the defining essences of Autumn. The mouldering scents… Continue reading Word Nerd: Moulder

rudeneja weather it is starting to feel like Fall weather via LaWhimsy
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Word Nerd: Rudeneja

Rudeneja (pronounced ROO-den-Ay-HA) describes the way nature and/or the weather begins to feel like Autumn. Rudeneja is a Lithuanian word and that about sums up what I know technically about the word Rudeneja. Emotionally, well that's another story... Rudeneja feuillemortsusurrusis a word that sums up the touch of chill upon frosty morning air in early… Continue reading Word Nerd: Rudeneja

apotelesma zodiac horoscope destiny written in the stars via LaWhimsy
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Word Nerd: Apotelesma

Apotelesma is of or relating to the casting of horoscopes, or the influence of the stars on human destiny. Apotelesma derives from the Greek apotelesmatikos (astrologically influential). Apotelesma is an archaic term and thus it's not a word that one would likely come across in a casual manner. I like apotelesma because I have a… Continue reading Word Nerd: Apotelesma

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Word Nerd: Brontide

Brontide is a low muffled, rumbling sound like distant thunder heard in certain regions of the world. Brontide was most likely formed from the Greek noun brontḗ (thunder) and the suffix -ide, which is a variant of -id (offspring of). Brontide is heard in in certain seismic regions especially along seacoasts and over lakes and… Continue reading Word Nerd: Brontide

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Word Nerd: Weald

Weald is a forested woodland or an area of open rolling upland. Weald in Old English specifically described the forest between the North and South Downs in Sussex, Kent, and Surrey. Weald is a West Saxon variant of Anglian wald/wold (an upland plain or stretch of rolling land). Weald is usually used capitalized when referring… Continue reading Word Nerd: Weald