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19 May 2019

One of the most popular HH words for a while resurfaced on Twitter just the other day: the adjective interfulgent describes anything that shines through or between something else. 

It’s a useful, beautiful, but criminally underused word. Even the famously exhaustive Oxford English Dictionar...

11 Aug 2018

Here’s the quick story behind this word, just because it sounds so cool: zelotypia is another word for jealousy. 

Introduced into English via Latin in sixteenth century, zelotypia has its roots in Ancient Greek and represents pretty much a direct transliteration of the Greek word for jealousy,...

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