The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 4/14/17

Cony:

“Rabbit fur.”

“Rabbit, especially the European rabbit.”

“Dupe.” Archaic

—from Merriman-Webster Dictionary

“A generally naive, unsophisticated person. Someone easily robbed or conned out of money.”

—from Urban Dictionary.com

 

HAPPY EASTER!

 

 

      

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One Response to The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 4/14/17

  1. And to you, my friend, a very Happy Easter Day. In NY the weather is gorgeous, party at daughters with some 32 guests seeking Easter eggs.

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