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Wednesday Winner: Fata MorganaToday’s Word of the Day was chosen by Goldie L. from Kailua-Kona, HI because it’s “very seldom used.” Fata Morgana means “a mirage of consisting multiple images, as of cliffs and buildings, that are distorted and magnified to resemble elaborate castles.” Submit your favorite word here and it could be chosen as one of our Word of the Day selections! Can’t imagine using it, but I like it! “WoD …
Origin of L.1
From the Latin word liber
Origin of L.2
From the Latin word locus
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