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Saturday Word: Verdant

ver·dant [ˈvər-dənt]:
origin: (1581) Latin; virēre = to be green

1. Rich green in color or with abundant foliage; lush.
2. Inexperienced in knowledge or skill; wet behind the ears; unripe.
Related forms: ver·dan·cy (noun), ver·dant·ly (adverb)

Those of you that watch the t.v. show Arrow will also know it as the name of Oliver's nightclub.
Tags: adjective, fandom-inspired, latin, v, wordsmith: theidolhands

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