Lizet Elaine (simplyn2deep) wrote in 1_million_words,
Lizet Elaine
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Word of the Day 11/12/19 Wordie

Wordie (noun)
wordie [ wur-dee ]


noun
1. a person with an enthusiastic interest in words and language; a logophile: a new board game that will appeal to wordies of all ages.


Origin: word + -ie

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORDIE
Clark and Wordie lived opposite in a room called “Auld Reekie.”
SOUTH!|SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON

Hurley took some photographs and Wordie came back rejoicing with a little dust and some moss.
SOUTH!|SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON

He was muttering something to himsel; but the elder could only hear a wordie noo an' then.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLAND|VARIOUS

We pushed the ship against a small banded berg, from which Wordie secured several large lumps of biotite granite.
SOUTH!|SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON

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