Fah Who Foraze: The Magical Language Of Dr. Seuss

  2. “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” in the Dictionary

  3. Spellbound: Magical History of Harry Potter Names

  4. Words We Wouldn’t Have Without Books

  5. Words All Book Lovers Should be Using

  6. Fictional Characters, Now Real Words

    These fictional characters had such unique personalities that their names became words in the English language.

  7. Real World Words of Harry Potter

    Do you know why we non-magical folks are referred to as muggles in the world of Harry Potter?

  8. 7 Words with Real Character

  9. Extra! Extra! Stories of Journalism Jargon

  10. Want to pack more punch than a metaphor provides? Consider hypocatastasis

    Metaphors and similes are figures of speech used to add flair and/or humor to a phrase. These popular rhetorical devices are all well and good, but sometimes you just need to get to the point; enter hypocatastasis. Hypo is derived from the Greek “under,” cata comes from the Ancient Greek kata, meaning “down from, or down to,’ and stasis is