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pronunciation | swon-‘nyA

pronunciation | swon-‘nyA

pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”.

pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)
Greek | καιρός
note | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”.

Anonymous asked: make a facebook page for these? Please please please

You’re welcome! Otherwordly on Facebook

I have Twitter and Pinterest too, if those are more your thing. I’m also going to start an Instagram, but two someones I don’t know have registered both “otherwordly” and “otherwordly_” and started posting things from my blog without me, so… I’ll have to think about that one a little longer. But come check out Otherwordly at these other neat places.

If you registered either of those Instagram accounts, I’d love to speak to you, so send me an ask or an email—thanks!

pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber)

pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber)

Anonymous asked: are you still alive? please be more active ;)

kinda been a permanent passenger on the struggle bus lately but I deeply appreciate all of you guys and your continued support and messages (especially the “are you alive??” ones). as my thank-you, I’ll post a word tomorrow or bust. much love to everyone.

(for the folks sharing a seat with me)

pronunciation | se-ren

pronunciation | se-ren

pronunciation | guan-‘shi

pronunciation | guan-‘shi

pronunciation | de-‘rEv

pronunciation | de-‘rEv

pronunciation | 'sE-yazhnotes | sillage is how close a perfume stays to your skin; perfume with light sillage does not leave much trace in the air. also, not to be confused with silage (sy-ladzh), which is a type of cow food.

pronunciation | 'sE-yazh
notes | sillage is how close a perfume stays to your skin; perfume with light sillage does not leave much trace in the air. also, not to be confused with silage (sy-ladzh), which is a type of cow food.

pronunciation | "ne-me-‘siz-m

pronunciation | "ne-me-‘siz-m

antares-rising-deactivated20131 asked: Are you alive? Come back!

Would it worry you if I told you that I’ve been turned into a zombie and am not, in fact, alive?

It’s finals week, so I guess I only feel like a zombie. I’m not actually a brain-devouring undead monster. Yet. Even though I haven’t been updating, I do have a list of posts done up—a paper queue that I just haven’t translated into a Tumblr queue—and I’ve been trying to answer asks when I can.

But, even if finals kill me, I will be back! Expect new posts by the end of next week. You guys are all great—your love of words (and your patience) makes me super happy.

Other things:

  • Yes, Otherwordly is getting published into a real paper-and-ink book, by a crazy awesome publisher by the name of Chronicle Books. It’s going to be gorgeous and I’m so excited!
  • No, the book is not out yet. Yes, I will be sure to let you know when you can buy it. Don’t worry, I’m probably going to be quite loud about it.
  • I’d like to run a contest/giveaway sometime soon, but I’m still thinking about it.
  • I always, always appreciate corrections to my posts. Send your comments along to the askbox or contact the Otherwordly Facebook—they’re super helpful when I make mistakes.
  • You are a really neat person and it’s so great that you’re alive and I guess I just wanted to remind you of that.
  • Have a good day! 
pronunciation | "con-vi-‘ven-sE-a

pronunciation | "con-vi-‘ven-sE-a

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