\aw-toh-DY-dakt\ , noun;
One who is self-taught.
What did you call me. Oh I guess you’re right I am a bit of a photography autodidact.
Irenic – \eye-REN-ik; -REE-nik\ , adjective;
Tending to promote peace; conciliatory.
The walk between work and Tim Horton’s adds even more to my well being as I stop to visit this irenic waterfall and pond.
Lickerish – lik-er-ish –adjective Archaic .
fond of and eager for choice food.
byzantine – \ BIZ-uhn-teen \ , adjective;
Characterized by elaborate scheming and intrigue, esp. for the gaining of political power or favor.
I do not choose to further elaborate.
related by blood; descended from the same ancestor.
Based on their behaviour, I think I’ve located their ancestor.
Coruscate – \ KOR-uh-skayt \ , verb;
To give off or reflect bright beams or flashes of light; to sparkle.
To exhibit brilliant, sparkling technique or style.
That photographer Jay McIntyre really has a corucate personality!
Bilocation – \ bahy-loh-KEY-shuhn \ , noun;
1. The state of being or the ability to be in two places at the same time.
This is the reality in Michelle’s dream world!
\ RUHK-shuhn \ , noun;
A disturbance, quarrel, or row.
I’m not saying how the words “Old Folks” made it out of my mouth, but man did a ruction ever arise!
Incunabulum – \ in-kyoo-NAB-yuh-luhm \ , noun;
The earliest stages or first traces of anything.
Extant copies of books produced in the earliest stages (before 1501) of printing from movable type.
In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word Was God.