Intimidating latin phrases
But most of them are just cool, weird dictionary finds.
Please note that I am not able to respond to all requests.a comedian who plays a supporting role to a top banana; broadly, a person in a subservient position. 1: the relation that exists when events occur at the same time; simultaneity; synchronism.[From a burlesque routine involving three comedians, in which the person who gets the punchline also gets a banana. 2: coincidence of events that seem to be meaningfully related, conceived in Jungian theory as an explanatory principle on the level of causality; used especially for psychic events that are not explained by conventional mechanisms of causality.Please consult a major dictionary before e-mailing your query.All material on this page © 1996-2014 Stephen Chrisomalis. Sometimes I pick them because they have unusual origins, or a little used secondary definition.
Sometimes it's just a word that people know, but would be hard-pressed to exactly define.
Okay, so there's now some cool words cobbled together into sentences. a joyously exultant song or hymn of praise, tribute, thanksgiving, or triumph.
[From Latin "a hymn of thanksgiving to Apollo," from Greek paian or paion, from Paian or Paion, a name for Apollo in the hymn.] (pair-on-oh-maiz'-ee-uh) n.
the use of a word in different senses or the use of words similar in sound to achieve a specific effect, as humor or a dual meaning; pun.
[from Latin from Greek paronomazein "to call with a slight change of name," from para- "closely resembling" onoma "name."] (seh'-kund buh-nan'-nuh) n. [From Middle English from Late Latin putativus from Latin putatus, from past participle of putare "to think."] (sin'-krun-iss'-it-tee) n.
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