Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Perfidious
Pronunciation: /pərˈfidēəs/
Definition: (adj)
1) Deceitful and untrustworthy
2) Deliberately faithless
3) Treacherous
Etymology: Late 16th century: from Latin perfidiosus, from perfidia ‘treachery.

Riddle of the Day

Friday’s Riddle Answer: Fingerprints
Riddle of the Day: Can you think of two common word that contains double C, double S and double L?

Fun Fact of the Day

Fun Fact of the Day: Fungi are put into groups by the way they reproduce. The name Zygommcota comes from zygosporangia, where strong and tough round shaped spores are formed during sexual reproduction. They are mostly found living in soil or on decaying plant or animal material.

On this Day in History

On this Day in History in 1066: Halley’s Comet sparks English monk to predict country will be destroyed.
On this Day in History in 1184 B.C.: The Greeks enter Troy using the Trojan Horse (traditional date).

Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Sybaritic
Pronunciation: /sib-uh-RIT-ik/
Definition: (adj)
1) Devoted to or relating to luxury and pleasure.
2) Self-indulgent.
3) Of, relating to, or characteristic of Sybaris or its inhabitants.
Etymology: After Sybaris, an ancient Greek city in southern Italy noted for its wealth, whose residents were notorious for their love of luxury. Earliest documented use: 1619.