Lacuna: an unfilled space or interval; a gap. "the journal has filled a lacuna in Middle Eastern studies" a missing portion in a book or manuscript. ANATOMY a cavity or depression, especially in bone.

Lacuna: an unfilled space or interval; a gap; "the journal has filled a lacuna in Middle Eastern studies" a missing portion in a book or manuscript. ANATOMY a cavity or depression, especially in bone.

pronunciation | \ “am-u-‘ran-THEn \ (am-uh-RAN-theen)                                    #amaranthine, adjective, english, origin: latin, flowers, colors, purple, red, everlasting, beautiful, immortal, forever, eternity, pretty, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, A,

pretty red beautiful A forever words flowers purple colors definitions english immortal eternity everlasting otherwordly other-wordly adjective origin: latin amaranthine

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

No one ever has much trouble describing their kid’s latest tantrum, the terrible movie they watched last night or why we should. Apricity - the warmth of the son in winter

Coalesce

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Coruscate- (Latin origin ✨)

Or what my future hubby thinks when he sees me in dresses! That corny movie moment pause in time type shit!

18 Stunning Words From Other Languages You Definitely Need In Your Life

18 Stunning Words From Other Languages You Definitely Need In Your Life

Because everyone needs a word that means "the glow of a river at dusk". H/t Wordstuck

Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings | Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out these beautiful words from different languages that sum up emotions in traveling perfectly

Unusual Travel Words with Beautiful Meanings

Looking for unusual words that can fully express how you feel? Here's a list of beautiful travel words from different languages that can inspire you to.

ab ovo.  #merriamwebster #dictionary #language

The origin of these words are from Latin. Ovo meaning egg in Latin. This phrase is often use in English: meaning from the beginning.

vim - Word of the Day | Dictionary.com. The origin of this word is from Latin. It is derived from the Latin word vis, which means energy.

Someone that doesn't need a caffeine boost! (lol) This word has Latin origins, entering English in the century.

Ideate. The root origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word idea. Ideate......

The root origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word idea. The definition above is a good definition for The English part of the word.

Salient: very important or noticeable

It comes from the Latin word of the same name as it is in English" salient" which means: leaping. The above definition in the box is good for English.

the belief that the world gets better; the belief that humans can improve the world

There’s a Word for That: 25 Expressions You Should Have in Your Vocabulary

meliorism (n.) the belief tht the world gets better; the belief that humans can improve the world. From the French word "ameliorer".

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