crepuscule

This is dictionary.com’s word of the day today. It sounds disturbing, but it means “twilight, dusk”. Hardly as ominous as it sounds. The word comes to us from the Latin, they say, around the year 1400.

It just struck me as odd, and I thought you might be entertained by it. Hard to imagine using it in a sentence, though dictionary.com does give examples. Try it on your friends tonight!

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Comments

  1. d4v34x says:

    Crepuscular is one of my favorite words. Being interested in reptiles and amphibians, I ran into it at a fairly young age.

    • It is a worthy word, I am sure, if a little odd to the profane ear.

      Maranatha!
      Don Johnson
      Jer 33.3

  2. Too late… I should have used this headline: “The Crepuscule Zone, anyone?”
    I thought of that this morning and got a laugh out of myself, so thought I’d share it with the world, quietly.

  3. d4v34x says:

    Ha!

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