Proteus, Protean

Proteus, Protean Proteus in Greek mythology is a sea god who attended Poseidon. Proteus had the power of changing...

Fowl, Foul, Fowl-Filcher

Fowl and foul are homophones: same sound, but they have different meanings and spellings. Fowl is a domestic cock...

Down, Downs, Wenlock Downs

Down, Downs, Wenlock Downs Down: Down functions as an adverb (Laxman fell down), preposition (Laxman ran...

Decoction

Decoction means a process, or action, of extracting the essence of something from something. Decoction is a concentrated liquor resulting from heating...

Wit, Wits, Wit’s End or Wits’ End

WIT, WITS, At One’s Wit’s End or At One’s Wits’ End? WIT: Wit means reasoning power,...

Welt, Welter, Welterweight

Welt, Welter, Welterweight   Welt is a strip of leather round the edge of the upper of a...

Fowl, Foul, Fowl-Filcher

Fowl is a domestic cock or hen. Fowl is both a singular and plural noun, in addition to the plural noun: fowls....

Theosophy, Theology

Theosophy, Theology Theosophy is a philosophy. Theosophy aims at a direct knowledge of God by means of meditation and...

Ascension, Ascension Day

Ascension, Ascension Day, Holy Thursday, Ascension Thursday Did you notice the Ascension Day, also known as Holy...

Abeunt Studia in Mores: Pursuits Become Habits

Abeunt Studia in Mores The Latin phrase abeunt studia in mores is ascribed to the poetry of Ovid,...

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