Comments on literature, the arts, and popular culture from Denny Hartford, Director of Vital Signs Ministries.
Friday, March 07, 2014
Old English Words We Could Still Use
Golly, who knew?
An ultracrepidarian is somebody who gives opinions on subjects they know nothing about…To groke means to gaze at somebody while they're eating in the hope that they'll give you some of their food…And a snollygoster is a a shrewd, unprincipled person, especially a politician.
Those are just a few of “13 Wonderful Old English Words We Should Still Be Using Today” that you can find over at Business Insider.