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  • The name "podictionary" was chosen because I was "podcasting the dictionary" and for more than half of its existence podictionary was available in audio format only.

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  • On Thursdays podictionary episodes are at the book about the words we use for our bodies

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  • In this way a lady inspired her lord's subordinate knights to fight on his behalf, but without actually having to get involved with all of them. about podictionary

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  • Not only is podictionary an audio word-a-day, but as the number of words grows in the podictionary archive the website is becoming an on-line audio etymology reference of sorts.

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  • Jumping back to Samuel Johnson's word impute, its meaning was to subtract from that same metaphorical balance sheet. about podictionary

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  • Every day podictionary delivers a new short story about the history of a common word to thousands of subscribed listeners.

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  • Animals like squirrels, rats and beavers have teeth that keep on growing their whole lives so that they have no worries about wearing them down by gnawing on nut shells, household foundations or trees. about podictionary

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  • OED points out that limin has been confused with about podictionary

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  • This went through Greek and Latin before getting to French and then English and always referred to the nut or the tree. about podictionary

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  • She's a friend to podictionary and her book made the New York Times Bestseller List about podictionary

    podictionary - for word lovers - dictionary etymology, trivia & history

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  • Thanks, kewpid!

    March 24, 2008

  • Cool -- thanks kewpid!

    March 24, 2008

  • podictionary — for word lovers — daily stories, trivia & dictionary etymology.

    March 24, 2008