Using Etymology To Win At Comments

education / politics


1398, from Gk. etymologia, from etymon “true sense” (neut. of etymos “true,” related to eteos “true”) + logos “word.”
In classical times, of meanings; later, of histories. Latinized by Cicero as veriloquium.

Until yesterday, I’d never seen this before. Today, after seeing it for the 73rd time, I figured I’d complain about this, too. Please stop doing this, people.

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