Trel (trellia_chan) wrote in 1word1day,

Wednesday word: widdrim

widdrim:  (or the variation widdendream)


A state of mental excitement or confusion.  A mad fit.

Origin: Scottish from Old English
wōddrēam. From wōd meaning "mad" plus drēam meaning "joy" or "noise."

I think it looks like a Lewis Carroll word.
Tags: noun, obsolete, old english, scottish gaelic, w, wordsmith: trellia_chan

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