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Saturday & Sunday Word: Opsimath & Oneiromancy

Op·si·math (ɒpˈsɪməθɪ):
origin: Greek opsimathēs, from opse late + math- learn

noun
a person who learns late in life

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O·nei·ro·man·cy (əʊˈnaɪərəʊˌmænsɪ):
origin: (1645–55) Greek oneiros + English -mancy

noun
divination by means of dreams
Tags: greek, noun, o, wordsmith: theidolhands
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