And the ones that never let an argument go unsettled. And who will always apologize, never blame it all on you, and will always forgive you, and protect you even if it means they get hurt too! #gabriela

And the ones that never let an argument go unsettled. And who will always apologize, never blame it all on you, and will always forgive you, and protect you even if it means they get hurt too! #gabriela

Elizabeth I of England (1533–1603), last Tudor monarch over England. Reigned 1558–1603

Elizabeth I of England (1533–1603), last Tudor monarch over England. Reigned 1558–1603

Pantagruelian. Syllabification: Pan·ta·gru·el·i·an. Pronunciation: ˌpan(t)əɡro͞oˈelēən. adjective rare adjective: Pantagruelian Definition: enormous. "a Pantagruelian banquet" Origin: late 17th century: from Pantagruel (the name of an enormous giant in Rabelai...

Pantagruelian. Syllabification: Pan·ta·gru·el·i·an. Pronunciation: ˌpan(t)əɡro͞oˈelēən. adjective rare adjective: Pantagruelian Definition: enormous. "a Pantagruelian banquet" Origin: late 17th century: from Pantagruel (the name of an enormous giant in Rabelai...

posted by northern.lightz on Instagram Used to describe a person //puhl-kri-tood-n-uh s// Photo by @johncfaust

posted by northern.lightz on Instagram Used to describe a person //puhl-kri-tood-n-uh s// Photo by @johncfaust

Etymology  Logos is Greek for "word", lepsy is Greek, "to seize"  Noun  logolepsy (plural logolepsies)  (rare) A fascination or obsession with words.

Etymology Logos is Greek for "word", lepsy is Greek, "to seize" Noun logolepsy (plural logolepsies) (rare) A fascination or obsession with words.

To describe oneself ... loljk ... I’m not actually picking that. It’s pretty tough to describe a whole person in one word—I would probably choose scripturient: having a consuming passion to write. Or bibliophiliac: one who loves books. I’m definitely a logastellus: one whose love of words is greater than their knowledge of words.

To describe oneself ... loljk ... I’m not actually picking that. It’s pretty tough to describe a whole person in one word—I would probably choose scripturient: having a consuming passion to write. Or bibliophiliac: one who loves books. I’m definitely a logastellus: one whose love of words is greater than their knowledge of words.

18 More Unusual Travel Words That You Should Know - Need some new words for travel? Sick of using "wanderlust" to describe travel and yourself? Here's 18 more travel words to help you out!

18 More Unusual Travel Words That You Should Know

18 More Unusual Travel Words That You Should Know - Need some new words for travel? Sick of using "wanderlust" to describe travel and yourself? Here's 18 more travel words to help you out!

Happy childhoods don't equal a big house, fancy clothes or cars. It means laughing, spending quality time and doing things together.

Happy childhoods don't equal a big house, fancy clothes or cars. It means laughing, spending quality time and doing things together.

I remember seeing this when I was really little and being quite confused and a little scared!

The BLOOD MOON rises: Amazing images and footage of the first total lunar eclipse of 2014

I remember seeing this when I was really little and being quite confused and a little scared!

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