Fathers are their child’s superheroes. Their superpowers have been documented well in dictionaries.
The Proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. You, on the other hand might win some words….
To weave text, first you’ll have to understand its context. No need of threads though, these words should work just fine….
Metropolises are the hotbed of politics. Can this be because both the words are distant relatives?
Ever wonder what genesis, generate and hydrogen have in common? Well, we have the answer even if you haven’t…
Our ancestors were looking for hidden treasure beneath the surface but had to suffice with these words instead….
Who were augurs? What were their auguries? And why should we even care? Read on to find out…
Did you know: The early Greek cities were commonly built on top of hills to make it easier to fortify and defend them in case of attacks. As the Greek word for peak was akros and for city, polis, such cities came to be called acropolis. The first Greek ‘states’ […]
Did you know: The Latin word texere means to weave. Texture, thus, originally referred to the art of weaving and we now use it in phrases such as this cloth has a fine texture to refer to how it ‘feels’ (against our skin). It is also sometimes used more broadly […]
Did you know: Prolific comes from French prolifique, which is in turn derived from Latin proles (progeny or offspring) + root of facere (to make). A prolific artist, thus, is one who makes/produces many works of art and prolific growth signifies abundant growth. From the same root we also get the word proliferate (multiply, grow fast), […]