Word of the Day

I really like this word that I discovered today via wordsmith.org!

manque (mang-KAY) adjective

Unfulfilled in realization of one's potential or ambition.

[From French manqué, past participle of manquer (to lack), from Italian
mancare, from manco (lacking, defective), from Latin mancus (maimed,
having a crippled hand). Ultimately from Indo-European root man- (hand)
that's also the source of manage, maintain, maneuver, manufacture,
manuscript, and command.]


About Dewayne Mikkelson

A technogeek in life and a webdeveloper by profession. Blogging is my favorite sport.
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5 Responses to Word of the Day

  1. onecoolsoul says:

    Hello Dewayne I checked out your latest post here. I like the “Latest Word of the Day” pretty neat stuff. Added your blog to my blogroll as well. Take care.

  2. Napfisk – I never take offense at learning something new and please the blogroll is there for everyone!

    onecoolsoul – Thanks glad you liked it and I am heading over to check out your site as well.

  3. onecoolsoul says:

    No problem Dewayne thanks for checking out the site. Been pretty busy today so I have not been blogging too much. But I will put in a few quotes and things later. Nice word of the day there!

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