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  • Logophilia Supports #StayAtHome


    People of India! This is the rarest of rare opportunities because for the first time, and hopefully for the last, we are facing the toughest exam, together. And, that last word – “together” – is what is going to get us through to the other side.

    This is not the first great catastrophe that humanity has ever faced; and if there is one lesson that we can learn from the previous ones, it is the lesson of standing tall together! &, therefore, Logophilia urges you to spread positivity at this time of crisis. While you may not be able to physically be available for service, the least that you can do is to spread to love, strength, and encouragement to strengthen the spirit of the world.


    What you can do to spread positivity?

    Make this image the DP of every person on the planet who is under lockdown!

    We have watched the world stand up for Feminism, Gay Rights, Racial Discrimination, Child Abuse.

    Is COVID19 a lesser threat? We need to stay strong because we have an emergency!


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  • Understand “Cupidity” Through Etymology

    The Etymology of “Cupidity”

    The word “cupidity” comes from the Latin parts “cupid” (to boil) & “ity” (phenomenon of). Here “boiling” means to crave for something. Hence, “cupidity” is a lusting after or craving for material possession and acquisition, much like “avarice”.

    Cognates: Other derivatives from “cupid” include “Cupid“, “cupidous”, “cupidinous”, etc.

    What are you boiling for? 😀

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  • Understand “Revenue” through Etymology

    The Etymology of “Revenue”

    The word “revenue” comes from the Latin parts “re” (back) & “ven” (to come). “Revenue” is that (part of our investment) which comes back to us.

    Cognates: Other derivatives from “ven” include convent, adventure, invent, circumvent, etc.

    The Etymology of Revenue


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  • Understand “Savage” Through Etymology

     The Etymology of “Savage”

    The word “savage” comes from the Latin part “sav”  (wild) & the French suffix “age” (one who). We describe people, animals, or things as “savage” when they are wild, or undomesticated, or untamed.

    The Etymology of Savage


    Hey, wild thing! 😀
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  • Understand “Norway” Through Etymology 

    The Etymology of “Norway” 

    To the north! 😀

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