#282: Syzygy Epiphany (The Great Con-junction)

(1 letter, 1 word)”u” = 21 (English Ordinal)

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  • Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Epiphany

Christian Feast DayEpiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ. In Western Christianity, the feast commemorates principally the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, and thus Jesus’ physical manifestation to the Gentiles. It is sometimes called Three Kings’ Day, and in some traditions celebrated as Little Christma…

  • Also called: Baptism of Jesus, Three Kings Day, Denha, Little Christmas, Theophany, Timkat, Reyes
  • Observed by: Christians
  • Related to: Epiphanytide, Christmastide, Christmas, Baptism of the Lord, Nativity of Christ
  • Frequency: Annual

Epiphany 2021

  • Wednesday, January 6
    • (tomorrow)

Today

  • Tuesday, January 5, 2021
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January (n.)

late 13c., Ieneuer (early 12c. in Anglo-French), from Old North French Genever, Old French Jenvier (Modern French Janvier), from Latin Ianuarius (mensis) “(the month) of Janus” (q.v.), to whom the month was sacred as the beginning of the year according to later Roman reckoning (cognates: Italian Gennaio, Provençal Genovier, Spanish Enero, Portuguese Janeiro). The form was gradually Latinized by c. 1400. Replaced Old English geola se æfterra “Later Yule.” In Chaucer, a type-name for an old man.

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Janus

ancient Italic deity, to the Romans the guardian god of portals, doors, and gates; patron of beginnings and endings, c. 1500, from Latin Ianus, literally “gate, arched passageway,” perhaps from PIE root *ei- “to go” (cognates: Sanskrit yanah “path,” Old Church Slavonic jado “to travel”). He is shown as having two faces, one in front the other in back (they may represent sunrise and sunset and reflect an original role as a solar deity). His temple in Rome was closed only in times of peace. Related: Janian.

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person (n.)

c. 1200, persoun, “an individual, a human being,” from Old French persone “human being, anyone, person” (12c., Modern French personne) and directly from Latin persona “human being, person, personage; a part in a drama, assumed character,” originally “a mask, a false face,” such as those of wood or clay, covering the whole head, worn by the actors in later Roman theater. OED offers the general 19c. explanation of persona as “related to” Latin personare “to sound through” (i.e. the mask as something spoken through and perhaps amplifying the voice), “but the long o makes a difficulty ….” Klein and Barnhart say it is possibly borrowed from Etruscan phersu “mask.” De Vaan has no entry for it.

From mid-13c. as “one of the persons of the Trinity,” a theological use in Church Latin of the classical word. Meanings “one’s physical being, the living body; external appearance” are from late 14c. In grammar, “one of the relations which a subject may have to a verb,” from 1510s. In legal use, “corporate body or corporation other than the state and having rights and duties before the law,” 15c., short for person aggregate (c. 1400), person corporate (mid-15c.).

The use of -person to replace -man in compounds for the sake of gender neutrality or to avoid allegations of sexism is recorded by 1971 (in chairperson). In person “by bodily presence” is from 1560s. Person-to-person is attested by 1919, originally of telephone calls.

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corporation (n.)

mid-15c., corporacioun, “persons united in a body for some purpose,” from such use in Anglo-Latin, from Late Latin corporationem (nominative corporatio) “assumption of a body” (used of the incarnation of Christ), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin corporare “embody, make or fashion into a body,” from corpus (genitive corporis) “body, dead body, animal body,” also “a whole composed of united parts, a structure, system,community, corporation, political body, a guild” (from PIE root *kwrep- “body, form, appearance”).

Meaning “legally authorized entity, artificial person created by law from a group or succession of persons” (such as municipal governments and modern business companies) is from 1610s.

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Origin and meaning of person

*kwrep-

Proto-Indo-European root meaning “body, form, appearance,” probably a verbal root meaning “to appear.”

It forms all or part of: corporal (adj.) “of or belonging to the body;” corporatecorporationcorporealcorpscorpsecorpulencecorpulentcorpuscorpusclecorsagecorsecorsetincorporealincorporateleprechaunmidriff.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit krp- “form, body;” Avestan kerefsh “form, body;” Latin corpus “body” (living or dead); Old English hrif “belly,” Old High German href “womb, belly, abdomen.”

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Congress is set to certify Biden’s election win Jan. 6. Here’s what to expect.

Congress will meet to formally count the votes cast by the Electoral College. Some GOP lawmakers have …USA Today on MSN.com · 1d

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YeaR 21+ CentuRy 21+ 1.21+ Log-Lady-Gag-A-Gigolo-Gigawatts: Cia (See-d-ai)

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Psycho-logical OpeRation$: Agenda 21+ 20-20 (Di)Vision- Govern-mental Corpse-ORation$ =

Mind-control Dead-debt-debit-Speech-

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Inversion- Conversion- Perversion- Re-version- From Clarity to Chaos- Life to Death- Light to Dark- Luke to Darth- Kn(ow-l)edge (Real Round Wisdom of Truth/ Clarity+ Equilibrium/ Equal-Libra-Om/ Even/ Balanced) to Ignorance (Fake Flat-screen Foolishness of Lies/ Chaos+Con-fusion/ Disequilibrium/ Uneven/ Unbalanced/ Distorted Perspective/ Socially-conditioned be(lie)f/ Opinion/ ideologal-prison for the mind/ The Matrix)

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Reaganomics (n.)

by Feb. 1981, in reference to economic policies of U.S. President Ronald Reagan, from Reagan + economics.

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Reagan

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Reagan

surname, from Irish riagan, literally “little king.” Reaganism first recorded 1966, in reference to policies of Ronald W. Reagan (1911-2004), U.S. governor of California 1967-75, U.S. president 1981-89.

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Ra

Ra

Ra or Re is the ancient Egyptian deity of the sun. By the Fifth Dynasty in the 25th and 24th centuries BC, he had become one of the most important gods in ancient Egyptian religion, identified primarily with the noon sun. Ra was believed to rule in all parts of the created world: the sky, the Earth, and the underworld. He was the god of the sun, order, kings, and the sky.

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Dictionary entries near Reagan

re-admit

read-out

ready

re-affirm

re-affirmation

Reagan

Reaganomics

reagent

re-aggravate

real

realia

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gaga (adj.)

“crazy, silly,” 1920, probably from French gaga “senile, foolish,” probably imitative of meaningless babbling.

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Gaelic

gaff

gaffe

gaffer

gag

gaga

gage

gaggle

Gaia

gaiety

Gail

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Gaia (n.)

Earth as a goddess, from Greek Gaia, spouse of Uranus, mother of the Titans, personification of gaia “earth” (as opposed to heaven), “land” (as opposed to sea), “a land, country, soil;” it is a collateral form of  (Dorian ga) “earth,” which is of unknown origin and perhaps from a pre-Indo-European language of Greece. The Roman equivalent goddess of the earth was Tellus (see tellurian), sometimes used in English poetically or rhetorically for “Earth personified” or “the Earth as a planet.”

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Gaia

gaiety

Gail

gaily

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geometry (n.)

early 14c., also gemetriegemetry, from Old French geometrie (12c., Modern French géométrie), from Latin geometria, from Greek geometria “measurement of earth or land; geometry,” from combining form of  “earth, land” (see Gaia) + -metria “a measuring of” (see -metry). Old English used eorðcræft “earth-craft” as a loan-translation of Latin geometria.

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geomancer

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geometer

geometric

geometrical

geometry

geomorphology

geophagy

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geopolitical

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gematria (n.)

1680s, from Hebrew gematriya, a transliteration of Greek geometria (see geometry). “[E]xplanation of the sense of a word by substituting for it another word, so that the numerical value of the letters constituting either word is identical” [Klein].

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gelding

gelid

geloscopy

gelt

gem

gematria

*gembh-

gemeinschaft

geminate

gemination

Gemini

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(6 letters, 1 word)”gigolo” = 65 (English Ordinal)

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gigolo (n.)

“professional male escort or dancing partner, young man supported financially by an older woman in exchange for his attentions,” 1922, from French gigolo, formed as a masc. of gigole “tall, thin woman; dancing girl; prostitute,” perhaps from verb gigoter “to move the shanks, hop,” from gigue “shank” (12c.), also “fiddle,” Old French giga from Frankish *giga- or some other Germanic word (compare German Geige “fiddle”). This is perhaps the same word that was borrowed earlier as Middle English giglot (early 14c.) “lewd, wanton girl,” which was later applied to males (mid-15c.) with the sense “villainous man.” It is perhaps related to a number of words in Germanic meaning “dance, gambol,” and “fiddle,” perhaps connected by the notion of “rapid, whirling motion” (see gig (n.1)). Middle English gigletry meant “lasciviousness, harlotry” (late 14c.).

Naturally, no decent French girl would have been allowed for a single moment to dance with a gigolo. But America, touring Europe like mad after years of enforced absence, outnumbered all other nations atravel ten to one. [Edna Ferber, “Gigolo,” 1922]

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gigantic

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giggle

giglot

gigolo

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Valentino (n.)

“gigolo, good-looking romantic man,” 1927, from Italian-born U.S. movie actor Rudolph Valentino (1895-1926), who was adored by female fans. His full name was Rodolfo Guglielmi di Valentino, from the Latin masc. proper name Valentinus (see Valentine).

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February (n.)

late 14c., ultimately from Latin februarius mensis “month of purification,” from februare “to purify,” from februa “purifications, expiatory rites” (plural of februum “means of purification, expiatory offerings”), which is of uncertain origin, said to be a Sabine word. De Vaan says from Proto-Italic *f(w)esro-, from a PIE word meaning “the smoking” or “the burning” (thus possibly connected with fume (n.)). The sense then could be either purification by smoke or a burnt offering.

The last month of the ancient (pre-450 B.C.E.) Roman calendar, so named in reference to the Roman feast of purification, held on the ides of the month. The Old English name for it was solmonað, which is said to mean “mud month.” English first borrowed the Roman name from Old French Feverier, which yielded Middle English FevererFeoverel, etc. (c. 1200) before the 14c. respelling to conform to Latin.

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fume (n.)

late 14c., “vapor, odorous vapor; exhalation,” from Old French fum “smoke, steam, vapor, breath, aroma, scent” (12c.), from Latin fumus “smoke, steam, fume, old flavor” (source also of Italian fumo, Spanish humo), from PIE root *dheu- (1) “dust, vapor, smoke.”

In old medicine, an “exhalation” of the body that produces emotions, dreams, sloth, etc; later especially of smokes or vapors that go to the head and affect the senses with a narcotic or stifling quality.

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Eros (n.)

god of love, late 14c., from Greek eros (plural erotes), “god or personification of love,” literally “love,” from eran “to love,” erasthai “to love, desire,” which is of uncertain origin.

Freudian sense of “urge to self-preservation and sexual pleasure” is from 1922. Ancient Greek distinguished four ways of love: erao “to be in love with, to desire passionately or sexually;” phileo “have affection for;” agapao “have regard for, be contented with;” and stergo, used especially of the love of parents and children or a ruler and his subjects.

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April

fourth month, c. 1300, aueril, from Old French avril (11c.), from Latin (mensis) Aprilis, second month of the ancient Roman calendar, from a stem of uncertain origin and meaning, with month-name suffix -ilis as in QuintilisSextilis (the old names of July and August).

Perhaps based on Apru, an Etruscan borrowing of Greek Aphrodite. Or perhaps *ap(e)rilis “the following, the next,” from its place as the second month of the old Roman calendar, from Proto-Italic *ap(e)ro-, from PIE *apo- “away, off” (see apo-; compare Sanskrit aparah “second,” Gothic afar “after”). Old folk etymology connected it with Latin aperire “to open.”

In English in Latin form from mid-12c.; it replaced Old English Eastermonað, which was named for a fertility goddess (see Easter). Re-spelled in Middle English on Latin model (apprile, first attested late 14c.).

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Easter (n.)

Old English Easterdæg, from Eastre (Northumbrian Eostre), from Proto-Germanic *austron-, “dawn,” also the name of a goddess of fertility and spring, perhaps originally of sunrise, whose feast was celebrated at the spring equinox, from *aust- “east, toward the sunrise” (compare east), from PIE root *aus- (1) “to shine,” especially of the dawn.

Bede says Anglo-Saxon Christians adopted her name and many of the celebratory practices for their Mass of Christ’s resurrection. Almost all neighboring languages use a variant of Latin Pascha to name this holiday (see paschal). Easter egg attested by 1825, earlier pace egg (1610s). Easter bunny attested by 1904 in children’s lessons; Easter rabbit is by 1888; the paganish customs of Easter seem to have grown popular c. 1900; before that they were limited to German immigrants.

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If the children have no garden, they make nests in the wood-shed, barn, or house. They gather colored flowers for the rabbit to eat, that it may lay colored eggs. If there be a garden, the eggs are hidden singly in the green grass, box-wood, or elsewhere. On Easter Sunday morning they whistle for the rabbit, and the children imagine that they see him jump the fence. After church, on Easter Sunday morning, they hunt the eggs, and in the afternoon the boys go out in the meadows and crack eggs or play with them like marbles. Or sometimes children are invited to a neighbor’s to hunt eggs. [Phebe Earle Gibbons, “Pennsylvania Dutch,” Philadelphia 1882]

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Aphrodite (n.)

Greek goddess of love and beauty, personification of female grace, 1650s; the ancients derived her name from Greek aphros “foam,” from the story of her birth, but the word is perhaps rather from Phoenician Ashtaroth (Assyrian Ishtar). Beekes writes, “As the goddess seems to be of oriental origin …, the name probably comes from the East too. …. It may have entered Greek via another language.” He concludes, “[I]t seems possible that the name came from the one languages [sic] which on historical grounds we should expect to be relevant: Cypriot Phoenician.”

Associated by the Romans with their Venus, originally a less-important goddess. In 17c. English, pronounced to rhyme with nightright, etc.

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hermaphrodite (n.)

late 14c. (harmofroditus), from Latin hermaphroditus, from Greek hermaphroditos “person partaking of the attributes of both sexes,” as a proper name, the son of Hermes and Aphrodite, who, in Ovid, was loved by the nymph Salmacis so ardently that she prayed for complete union with him and as a result they were united bodily, combining male and female characteristics.

Also used figuratively in Middle English of “one who improperly occupies two offices.” As a name for the condition, Middle English had hermofrodito (late 14c.), hermofrodisia (early 15c.). As an adjective, from c. 1600. Also used of things of two natures, such as hermaphrodite brig, for a vessel square-masted fore and schooner-rigged aft.

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Baphomet

name of the idol which the Templars were accused of worshipping, regarded as a corruption of Mahomet (see Muhammad), “a name which took strange shapes in the Middle Ages” [Century Dictionary]. Related: Baphometic.

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Muhammad

by 1896, a correction of Mohammed (1610s), the Arabic masc. proper name, literally “the Praiseworthy,” name of the prophet of Islam (c. 570-632). The earliest forms of his name in English were MahumMahimet (c. 1200). The word in English was originally also used confusedly for “an idol.” Wyclif has Macamethe (c. 1380), and Makomete also turns up in 14c. documents. Mahomet was common until 19c.; see Mohammed. The story of Muhammad and the mountain is told in English by the 1620s. 

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Hermes

son of Zeus and Maia in Greek mythology; Olympian messenger and god of commerce, markets, and roads; protector of herdsmen, travelers, and rogues; giver of good luck, god of secret dealings, and conductor of the dead. from Greek Hermes, a word of unknown origin. He was identified by the Romans with their Mercury.

Thoth

ancient Egyptian god of wisdom and magic, hieroglyphics, and the reckoning of time, from Latin, from Greek Thoth, from Egyptian Tehuti. Usually represented as a human figure with the head of an ibis. By the Greeks, assimilated to their Hermes.

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hermetic (adj.)

1630s “dealing with occult science or alchemy,” from Latin hermeticus, from Greek Hermes, god of science and art (among other things), who was identified by Neoplatonists, mystics, and alchemists with the Egyptian god Thoth as Hermes Trismegistos “Thrice-Great Hermes,” who supposedly invented the process of making a glass tube airtight (a process in alchemy) using a secret seal. Hence, “completely sealed” (c. 1600, implied in hermetically).

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hermetically (adv.)

c. 1600, “according to hermetic practice,” especially, chemically, “by means of fusion,” from hermetical (see hermetic) + -ly (2).

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hermeneutic (adj.)

“interpretive,” 1670s, from Latinized form of Greek hermeneutikos “of or for interpreting,” from hermeneutes “interpreter,” from hermeneuein “to interpret (foreign languages); interpret into words, give utterance to,” a word of unknown origin (formerly considered ultimately a derivative of Hermes, as the tutelary divinity of speech, writing, and eloquence).

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hermeneutics (n.)

“art of interpretation, the study of exegesis,” 1737, from hermeneutic; also see -ics.

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syzygy (n.)

“conjunction or opposition of a heavenly body with the sun,” 1650s, from Late Latin syzygia, from Greek syzygia “yoke of animals, pair, union of two, conjunction,” from syzygein “to yoke together,” from assimilated form of syn- “together” (see syn-) + zygon “yoke” (from PIE root *yeug- “to join”). Related: SyzygialSyzygiacalSyzygetic.

epiphany (n.)

early 14c., “festival of the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles” (celebrated Jan. 6; usually with a capital -E-), from Old French epiphanie, from Late Latin epiphania, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular), from late Greek epiphaneia “manifestation, striking appearance, festival held in commemoration of the appearance of a god at some particular place” (in New Testament, “advent or manifestation of Christ”), from epiphanes “manifest, conspicuous,” from epiphainein “to manifest, display, show off; come suddenly into view,” from epi “on, to” (see epi-) + phainein “to show” (from PIE root *bha- (1) “to shine”). Of divine beings other than Christ, first recorded 1660s; general literary sense of “any manifestation or revelation” appeared 1840, first in De Quincey.

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quarantine (n.)

1660s, “period a ship suspected of carrying disease is kept in isolation,” from Italian quaranta giorni, literally “space of forty days,” from quaranta “forty,” from Latin quadraginta“forty,” which is related to quattuor “four” (from PIE root *kwetwer- “four”). So called from the Venetian policy (first enforced in 1377) of keeping ships from plague-stricken countries waiting off its port for 40 days to assure that no latent cases were aboard. Also see lazaretto. The extended sense of “any period of forced isolation” is from 1670s.

Earlier in English the word meant “period of 40 days in which a widow has the right to remain in her dead husband’s house” (1520s), and, as quarentyne (15c.), “desert in which Christ fasted for 40 days,” from Latin quadraginta “forty.”

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Valentine (n.)

mid-15c., “sweetheart chosen on St. Valentine’s Day,” from Late Latin Valentinus, the name of two early Italian saints (from Latin valentia “strength, capacity;” see valence). Choosing a sweetheart on this day originated 14c. as a custom in English and French court circles. Meaning “letter or card sent to a sweetheart” first recorded 1824. The romantic association of the day is said to be from it being around the time when birds choose their mates.

For this was on seynt Volantynys day

Whan euery bryd cometh there to chese his make.

[Chaucer, “Parlement of Foules,” c. 1381]

Probably the date was the informal first day of spring in whatever French region invented the custom (many surviving medieval calendars reckon the start of spring on the 7th or 22nd of February). No evidence connects it with the Roman Lupercalia (an 18c. theory) or to any romantic or avian quality in either of the saints. The custom of sending special cards or letters on this date flourished in England c. 1840-1870, declined around the turn of the 20th century, and revived 1920s.

To speak of the particular Customs of the English Britons, I shall begin with Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14. when young Men and Maidens get their several Names writ down upon Scrolls of Paper rolled up, and lay ’em asunder, the Men drawing the Maidens Names, and these the Mens; upon which, the Men salute their chosen Valentines and present them with Gloves, &c. This Custom (which sometimes introduces a Match) is grounded upon the Instinct of Animals, which about this Time of the Year, feeling a new Heat by the approach of the Sun, begin to couple. [“The Present State of Great Britain and Ireland” London, 1723]

lazaretto (n.)

“house for reception of lepers and diseased poor persons,” 1540s, from Italian lazareto “place set aside for performance of quarantine” (especially that of Venice, which received many ships from plague-infested districts in the East), from the Biblical proper name Lazarus (q.v.). Meaning “building set apart for quarantine” is c. 1600 in English. The word in Italian was perhaps influenced by the name of another hospital in Venice, that associated with the church of Santa Maria di Nazaret. Sometimes Englished as lazaret; also known as lazar house (1520s).

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Lupercalia (n.)

Roman festival held Feb. 15 in honor of Lupercus a god (identified with Lycean Pan, hence regarded as a protective divinity of shepherds) who had a grotto at the foot of the Palatine Hill, from Latin Lupercalia (plural), from Lupercalis “pertaining to Lupercus,” whose name derives from lupus “wolf” (see wolf (n.)). The ceremony is regarded as dating from distant antiquity. Related: Lupercalian.

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Dictionary entries near Lupercalia

lung

lunge

lung-fish

luni-

lunk

Lupercalia

lupin

lupine

lupus

lurch

lure

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wolf (n.)

Old English wulf “wolf, wolfish person, devil,” from Proto-Germanic *wulfaz (source also of Old Saxon wulf, Old Norse ulfr, Old Frisian, Dutch, Old High German, German wolf, Gothic wulfs), from PIE root *wlkwo- “wolf” (source also of Sanskrit vrkas, Avestan vehrka-; Albanian ul’k; Old Church Slavonic vluku; Russian volcica; Lithuanian vilkas “wolf;” Old Persian Varkana- “Hyrcania,” district southeast of the Caspian Sea, literally “wolf-land;” probably also Greek lykos, Latin lupus).

This manne can litle skyl … to saue himself harmlesse from the perilous accidentes of this world, keping ye wulf from the doore (as they cal it). [“The Institution of a Gentleman,” 1555]

Probably extinct in England from the end of the 15th century; in Scotland from the early 18th. Wolves as a symbol of lust are ancient, such as Roman slang lupa “whore,” literally “she-wolf” (preserved in Spanish loba, Italian lupa, French louve). The equation of “wolf” and “prostitute, sexually voracious female” persisted into 12c., but by Elizabethan times wolves had become primarily symbolic of male lust. The specific use of wolf for “sexually aggressive male” first recorded 1847; wolf-whistle attested by 1945, American English, at first associated with sailors. The image of a wolf in sheep’s skin is attested from c. 1400. See here for a discussion of “wolf” in Indo-European history. The wolf-spider so called for prowling and leaping on its prey rather than waiting in a web.

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wolf (v.)

“eat like a wolf,” 1862, from wolf (n.). Related: Wolfedwolfing.

Entries related to wolf

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Dictionary entries near wolf

woeful

wog

wok

woke

wold

wolf

wolfhound

wolfish

wolfram

wolfsbane

Wolof

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Esther

fem. proper name, Old Testament wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus, from Greek Esther, from Hebrew Ester, from Persian sitareh “star,” related to Avestan star- (from PIE root *ster- (2) “star”), or perhaps of Semitic origin.

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