Words for the week

almost forgot;

Benjamin – an old overcoat
Charnel-house – storage place for bones thrown up by grave robbers (infinate uses this one)
Fictile – to form or fashion
Libken – place of abode
Presignify – intimidate beforehand
Succedaneum – substitute
Larrup – flog or thrash
Solus – alone



2 Responses to Words for the week

  1. chanda95 says:

    two make total sense to me..fictile and solus…benjamin is a new one. Good thing I didn’t name my son that..

  2. nookie says:

    bejamin² most words have many other meanings. i love to find odd or long since disused terms. fun to use, and next time you meet a bemjamin, i know you’ll be thinking of a stinking old coat hanging on the back of a barn door now 🙂

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