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"ali garay" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds. Welcome to another episode of the dictionary yet. We're still doing this real quick. Today is June twenty first, but when I'm recording this, it's not June twenty-first. But when you're listening to this, no, that's probably not right either. When this posts it will be June twenty-first, and that is the summer solstice of twenty nineteen. I love this day because it is the longest day of the year it has the most sunlight, and I think we could all use some more sunlight now in again. So go ahead, take advantage of the longest day of the year. If you're in the northern hemisphere, if you're in the southern hemisphere, it's probably your shortest day of the year and apologies for that. But in six months, it will be flip-flopped, and you can be very happy for your longest day of the year, and we will be in the cold and the dark. And that is really depressing. To me that time of year. All right. First word for this episode is. Alluvial. A. L. L. U. V. I A L. This is the first form. It's an adjective from seventeen eighty one relating to composed of or found in alluvia m-, as in alluvial soil or alluvial diamonds, next. We have the second form of alluvial. This is a noun from eighteen sixteen and alluvial deposit. Next is alluvial fan. F A N. This is to separate words. This is a noun from eighteen sixty two the alluvial deposit of a stream where it issues from a gorge upon a plane or of a tributary stream at its junction with the main stream, and we actually have a little black and white drawing of an alluvial fan. It just looks like some hills with a river in the middle. And then at the end of the river, sort of. Fans out, which is where they get the word fan from next is alluvial on. A. L. L. U. V. I. O N. This is a noun from fifteen thirty six one the wash or flow of water against ashore to we have these synonyms flood and inundation three the synonym alluvia m-, which we will be reading shortly four and a session to land by the gradual edition of matter as by deposit of alluvia m- that then belongs to the owner of the land to which it has added. Also the land so added. The says this is from the Latin aware a which means to flow past or deposit of water. And that is from LA Veira, or LA the vs might be w so it might be law wear a which means to wash and there's more at the word lie. L Y E, every time I hear the word lie. I think of the movie. Fight club. And next is alluvia. M-. A. L. L. U. V. I U M. This is a noun from circa sixteen fifty six clay silt sand gravel or similar Detroit o material deposited by running water next is all wheel drive all wheel is hyphenated. This is a noun from nineteen thirty four and automobile drive mechanism that acts on all four wheels of the vehicle next. We have the word ally. Or also ally, both pronunciations are correct. This is the first form of it. It's spelled. A. L L Y. This is a verb from the fourteenth century transitive definition is to unite or form a connection or relation between synonym is associate as in allied himself with a wealthy family by marriage in-transit definition is. To form or enter into an alliance as in two factions allying with each other. The etymology says this is from the Latin Ali Garay, which means to bind to that is from league ouray, which means to bind, and there's more at the word ligature. Now, we have the second form of ally or ally. This is a noun from fifteen ninety eight one a sovereign or state associated with another by treaty or league to a plant or animal linked to another by genetic or tech sonic proximity. Three one that is associated with another as a helper. Synonym is exhilarating. Now we have ally again, but this is a suffix. So it is dash. A. L. L Y, it says it's actually an adverb suffix so before the main definition, it has just a dash L Y as in terrifically. And then in that in the word. Terrifically A, L L Y is a cts to show that, that's the part that we're talking about. And then the main definition is in adverbs formed from adjectives in I see with no alternative form in icy a L. So it's talking about adjectives that end in icy, or I see a l so, for instance, in their example, terrific or terrific Li it ends in ic-, which is where A L L Y gets added to the word terrific. But if you were to have a word like radical, that's the just the first one that I can think of that ended in icy AL venue, just add L Y to turn it into an adverb. I think I figured it out next is I think it's pronounced. Alal-. A L, L, Y L. This is an adjective from eighteen fifty four being or containing the unsaturated monovalent radical. C h two c h c h to a lot of C H is, and it looks like the analogy is telling me that it is from the Latin word Allie, m which means garlic, and we've talked about that before next is the word a lillick a fun. Word to say L, L, Y L. I see this is an adjective from eighteen fifty six involving or characteristic of an ally ill radical. So, of course, L is the word that we just read. And that's funny. That radical is mentioned because I completely made that one up when we were looking at that adverb suffix next is the word alma. Jest. A. L. M. A. G. E. S T. This is a noun from the fourteenth century, any of several early medieval treatises on a branch of knowledge. The etymology is saying, this is from the aerobic all Modu STI the Arabic version of Ptolemies astronomy. Treaties treatise. And that is from, I'll plus the Greek Majestee, which literally means the greatest, as in composition. I guess, so that's what alma just means. Next is almo mater, two words, a l m a next word. M. A. T E R. This is a noun from sixteen fifty one one, a school college or university, which one has attended or from which one has graduated to the song, or hymn of a school college or university, the etymology, I think is kind of interesting, it's Latin, if you didn't already know that, and it means fostering, mother. So I think what it's saying is that the, the school or college or university that you graduated from is kind of law, like kind of like the mother, and it has fostered you it has given you education so you can go out. Into the world. That's kind of nice next. We have almanac. This is a noun from the fourteenth century one eight publication containing astronomical. And meteorological data for a given year, an often, including a miscellany of other information, I had trouble with the word meteorological, seemed like I was adding an extra syllable. But I think it's right to a usually annual publication containing statistical tabular and general information next. We have all. Mundine. A. L. M. A N D I N E this is a noun from the fifteenth century. We just have these synonym almond date, which is our next word. But let's take a look at the etymology first pairing this down. It looks like it's from the middle Latin Alabama Dina, and that is from Alabama, which is an ancient. City in Asia, Minor. And now we have the word Allman dight, and I think this will actually be the last word for this episode. A. L M, A, N D. I thi this is a noun from circa, eighteen sixty eight a deep red garnet consisting of an iron aluminum silicate, and that will be the end of this episode. Thank you so much for listening. And until next time this is Spencer reading the dictionary. Thank you. And goodbye..
"ali garay" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerdy, his. Nope. Hello word nerds. Welcome to another episode of the dictionary. I have things to say. Nope. Don't have anything to say, do I kind of I had an idea recently to make this podcast, a little bit more interesting, which I don't think anybody would argue with that it could use that. So the idea is, I would have guessed readers. They would record one or two or four episodes. And yeah, I think I'll start asking people, I know. But if you are a fan and you would like to be a guest reader, let me know I think, you know how to do that. I would love to get some celebrities to read. I've got some ideas of people I wanna contact, but I have to do that. I just haven't gotten around to it yet. So in the relatively near future, you may actually hear another voice. On this end talking to your ear whole brain. And I know some people who are good speakers better than me. I know some people who I will probably force to help me out, and, honestly, this isn't that I don't want to do the work. In fact, I would end up being there with them, it would probably end up being a lot more work for me in the long run. But I think to hear another voice to hear another point of view in their interjections. I know people who are funnier than me. So to hear them would be great for you. I will still try and keep them to be not explicit because I would like this podcast to be for everyone. But, you know, if they are, I'll just Mark it that way, and you'll have to figure it out. So, yeah, that is my plan. We'll see what happens with that. Now, let's get to the words I word for this episode is allow a L O W vis is a verb. From the fourteenth century transitive definitions, one a to assign as a share or suitable amount as of time or money as in allow an hour for lunch. When I record, this podcast, I usually allow myself about an hour, and it's happens to be over my lunch break one b to reckon as a deduction or an addition as in allow a gallon for leakage to a is chiefly southern and Midland to be of the opinion synonym is think to be is seems to be in a certain dialect or something. And it has these synonyms say and state to see to express, an opinion usually used with as how or that three is also chiefly southern and. Midland. We have these synonyms intend and plan for we have the synonyms admit and concede as in must allow that money causes problems in marriage five. A synonym is permit, as in doesn't allow people to smoke in his home, five be to forebear or neglect to restrain or prevent as in allow the dog to Rome, we now have the in transitive definitions one to make a possibility. Synonym is admit it says it is used with the word of as in evidence that allows of only one conclusion to, to give consideration to circumstances or contingencies used with the word four as in allow for expansion next word is allow a bowl. This is an adjective. From the fifteenth century. We have these synonym permissible as in allowable income tax deductions allow a Blee is an adverb next word is allowance. If there are any kids out there or if you were once a kid, which you were, maybe you got an allowance. This is the first form it is a noun from the fourteenth century one, a A-share or portion alloted, or granted one be a some granted as a reimbursement or bounty or for expenses as in salary includes cost of living allowance, especially a some regularly provided for personal or household expenses as in each child has an allowance one see a fixed or available amount as in provide an allowance of time for recreation. One day. D a reduction from a list price or stated price as in a trade in allowance to an imposed handicap as in a horse race three and allowed dimensional difference between mating parts of a machine. There's some interesting things in their dimensions mating machines curious about that one four the act of allowing synonym is permission five eight. Taking into account of mitigating circumstances, or contingencies as in the plan makes no allowance for bad weather. You always have to allow for bad weather if what you're doing is outside. There could always be bad weather. Second form of allowance is a verb from seventeen fifty eight transitive. In fact, I think one is archaic to put on a fixed allowance as of food, and drink. Two is also archaic to supply in a fixed or regular quantity next we have allow it Lee. A. L. L. O. W. E. D L Y. This is an adverb from sixteen o to the definition just says by allowance and the synonym is admittedly next is a Locsin. A. L. L. O. X A N. This is a noun from eighteen fifty three a crystalline compound, c four h to end two oh, four causing diabetes mellitus when injected into experimental animals personally, I'm not a big fan of experimenting on animals. I do know that we have learned a lot about science and about humans from experimenting on animals. But I still just don't think it's right that. Just a my opinion. Next word is alloy. A L. L O Y. This is the first form of it. This is a noun from sixteen four one, the degree of mixture with base metals. Synonym is fine. Nisus F, I. N. E. N E S S to a substance composed of two or more medals or of a metal and a non metal intimately United usually by being fused together and dissolving in each other. When molten also the state of union of the components three, a an admixture that's one word admixture that lessons value three B and impairing alien element four, a compound mixture or union of different things as in an ethnic, alloy of many, people's I do like the. Idea of a group of many different types of people's what that alloy would be. I don't know what this example, is trying to tell me five is archaic, a metal mixed with a more valuable metal to give durability or some other desired quality. The etymology for alloy says it is from the French alloy. AL. Oh, I. And that is from allier, A, L E, I R, which means to combine that is from the Latin Ali Garay, which means to bind, and there's more at the word ally. A L L Y second form of alloy is a verb from sixteen sixty one transitive one, a we have these synonyms temper, and moderate, one b to impair or debase by admixture to, to reduce the purity of by mixing with a less valuable metal. Three to mix. So as to form an alloy in transitive definition is to lend itself to being alloyed, as in iron alloys. Well, next, we have all powerful. This is hyphenated. It's an adjective from sixteen. Sixty seven having complete or soul power as in an all powerful leader. Of course, we think of the wizard of Oz. When we think of all, powerful, but to use that power in a negative way can be a problem. So think about that the next time you are leading a large group of people next and last four. This episode is all purpose. This is hyphenated. A. L. L. Hyphen. P. U. R. P O, S E. This is an adjective from nineteen twenty eight suited for many purposes or uses and that will end this episode. Thank you for listening and until next time this is Spencer reading the dictionary goodbye..