Scriniary ~ Word of the Day

It’s been a while since I’ve done a “word of the day” for you all. So, today’s little gem is…  scriniary. For some reason, spell check doesn’t recognize it as a word, but it does that on several words, one of the words being the word mumpsimus. You remember what a mumpsimus is right? A mumpsimus is a person who is out dated and irrational in the ways they have set themselves in, yes, just like the mentality of the sheeple. I assure you, these are real words. Look them up for yourselves if you’d like. I’ll give links in a minute, but first let’s define scriniary. A scriniary is one who archives, what you are when you look into my archives, a scriniary. It comes from Latin, where the scrinium was a box or storage device for work, papers, writings, etc… A scriniarius was the keeper of this box and/or storage device for said work. As you can see, the word has not changed much, but I thought it would be an interesting addition to your lexicon, especially if you are into researching via archives, which is a great way to gain knowledge, hence why I chose this word for you all today. All of you who seek to empower yourselves through that knowledge who acquire by researching archives and records are scriniaries or maybe you can even say scriniari for plural, not sure on that. . I have an English degree and in my world, as long as a word makes grammatical sense, IT’S A WORD. Who’s to say it is or isn’t?… no one is in charge of the rules of wordology… see.

Here’s the first link that I promised you… CLICK HERE>>> Scriniary  Today’s post is short, but informative. Learn this word, make sure it becomes part of the vocabulary in your head, also known as a word I mentioned earlier, your lexicon. Here’s a link for that… CLICK HERE>>> Lexicon   The more you know, the more you grow, the more power you gain for yourselves. Take it while you can. Don’t be one of the herd, don’t be a mumpsimus. Need to see?… CLICK HERE>>>Mumpsimus

More tomorrow. Wide eyes open. Love to all. 

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