Thursday, April 26, 2012

W is for . . .


If you really get into words, you might like free subscriptions to the following:

Wordsmith’s A.Word.A.Day.

Michael Quinion’s weekly ezine, World Wide Words.

Or you might enjoy Word Dynamo games and quizzes.

Here’s one guaranteed to increase your vocab: Greek and Latin Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes.

Devote yourself to words and your command of language will grow like a tree planted by rivers of waters. Don’t forget,  however, that words can wound, warp, waste, or wither. May the words you speak always be in blessing. 

Do you have a favorite word-related site or subscription?


  1. The Greek and Latin Roots site is a goldmine. Off to check out the others. Thanks for the links.

  2. Ooh. This is great. I've been thinking lately about doing a word-a-day type thing. and that is one beautiful picture!

  3. I love The Online Etymology Dictionary. The origin and history of words fascinates me. It's even been part of my theme for A to Z.

  4. I had an English teacher in High School, he loved to stop mid sentence and break down words....this word is from the Greek this or this word is from the Latin that...he was a marvelous teacher, very lively very engaging for the students, never boring.