I so got a kick out of this list posted by FACEBOOK via WCVB.com. You have to click to see it and believe it. Some of these statements I’ve never heard used. Some I would never use, and others I’m guilty of using. Felina Silver Robinson.
18. Native American YHWH
Every Monday, I will share (7) words with all of you that I have come across in my readings over the past week. I hope you enjoy this weekly submission. All and any feedback is welcome!
Magna Carta: As you may be able to tell Magna Carta is a Latin word and is said to be the Great Charter which is also known as the Magna Carta Libertatum or the Great Charter of the Liberties of England. I believe it was one of the first documents that was given to the King of England by his people.
Indomitable: Someone or something that is impossible to subdue or to defeat. Indomitable is an adjective.
Accoutrement: Is a collection of clothes or items that will be used in addition to the original items chosen to wear to an event or to be used for a particular project. Accoutrement is a noun.
Obsequios A person who is obsessively obedient and attentive. Obsequios is an adjective.
Abhor is when you regard someone or something with disgust or hatred. Abhor is a verb.
Exegetically This word means to draw something out. Exegetically is a biblical word. I can be used as an adjective and would appear as exegetic or exegetical.
Deuteronomy I believe it is the second law of hebrew and the 5th book of the Hebrew Bible. You might want to check your dictionary for further details.
Here is a list of words that you may not normally use in conversation. But you may benefit from knowing what they mean. I came across these words during my readings today:
1) fervor – an intense and passionate feeling.
2) indigenous – something that was produced, growing, living, or occurring naturally in a particular region or environment.
3) prophetic – correctly detailing an event in the future; can also be referring to a prophet or a prophecy.
4) edifice – a building that is large and impressive, possibly a large abstract structure
I would love to hear from my readers. What are some of the words you have come across that you think people might benefit from learning?