1. a person who returns.
2. a person who returns, supposedly from the dead.
3. a person who returns as a spirit after death; ghost.
Etymology: from French, ghost, from revenir - to come back, from Latin revenīre, from re- + venīre - to come.
Roman & Old English Law: a messenger.
Etymology: Latin nūntius.
1. the fear of ducks, swan or geese.
2. Informal: the fear that a duck is watching you.
I’M SO ANGRY
SOME 16TH CENTURY ASSHOLE WROTE “GOD B W YE” IN A LETTER AS AN ABBREVIATION FOR “GOD BE WITH YE”
AND IT APPEARED AS “GODBWYE”
WHICH WAS THEN READ AS “GOODBYE”
AND THAT’S WHY WE SAY “GOODBYE”
BECAUSE OF 16TH CENTURY CHAT SPEAK
admit it, you sang the sing in you head
the junior cert tag is actually hilarious
i suddenly feel a weird sense of camaraderie (or however the fuck you spell that word) with every other 15 year old in ireland
teen hair phases through the ages