Tag: Word of the Month

Word of The Month: Wombat

David Zapatka This month’s word of the month is wombat; noun wom·bat ˈwäm-ˌbat any of several stocky burrowing Australian marsupials (genera Vombatus and Lasiorhinus of the family Vombatidae) resembling small bears. Origin of wombat – Dharuk (Australian aboriginal language of the Port Jackson area) wombad. Wombats are short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia. They are about 40 inches in length with…

Word of the Month

David Zapatka Are you one of those people who enjoy looking at the moon? What is your favorite phase of the moon? The romantics love the full moon while others prefer the crescent or gibbous moon. Some say the new moon. Grandson Trace loves to see the moon in the sky and read what the…

Word of the Month: Enrapture

David Zapatka Reader Kim Park writes, “The December word of the month, bliss, struck such a beautiful chord with me, I began to think of words with a similar feel. I have always had a fondness for the word enrapture. It goes well with bliss and also brings up images of great happiness and delight.”…