When the Moon Hits Your Eye…

Selenitic: Pertaining to the Moon

Own some selenite? This will explain the name.

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OOne interesting side-benefit of studying the dictionary over time — for people like me who know only one language fluently — is that you begin to become familiar with other languages and alphabets. Surely that’s a good thing, as Greek (for example) has always been absolutely unreadable…




A celebration of awesome, rarely used, highly novel words in the English language.

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