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Saturday Word: Vellichor

vell·i·chor [ˈve-ləˈkôrə]:
origin: [1500] French; vellum= parchment paper + [1656] Greek; ichor= thin, watery leakage

noun
Feelings of longing that are evoked when surrounded by old books.


Tags: french, greek, noun, v, wordsmith: theidolhands
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