💡Things I looked up today. Trawling through Wiktionary’s exhaustive list to make a list of English words of Greek origin – particular words for a specific purpose. It’ll take a while. But it’s very interesting how many words originated in Greek and entered English via Latin, especially prefixes and suffixes. Patterns are emerging now. And learning new words is great fun. There’s a subtle difference between athenaeum and bibliotheca. Blepharon is an anatomical word for the eyelid. (Just goes to show that in anatomy there’s a word for everything.) This is adorable.

velivolans; flying with sails and gale-force wings @vega