Word of tha day: aibohphobia
Aibophobia The irrational fear of palindromes (words that read the same forwards and backwards).
Etymology: Deliberately constructed to be a palindrome, combining the suffix -phobia with its reversed spelling.
Word of the day: alyssa
alyssa (slang)the kind of girl who still manages to find a way to smile; the one that you'll see walking down the hallway, having her head up high, trying just one last time; the kind of girl that will get back up, each andeverytime she falls... the kind of girl who NEVER gives up.
Word of the day: nostache
Word of the day: cuzband
Cuzband: cousin husband, a husband who is also your first cousin. Common in many countries.
Example: Heba, wouldn't you love to have a cuzband someday soon?
Word of the day: dunch
Antonia Tsaknaki: she lives and works in Thessaloniki as an English teacher, translator, exams coach, proofreader. Her hobbies are literature, theater and linguistics. She is obsessed with commas and detests greeklish, since it upsets both languages and cause her eyes great pain!