Lizet Elaine (simplyn2deep) wrote in 1_million_words,
Lizet Elaine

Word of the Day 09/22/21 Tohubohu

Tohubohu (noun)
tohubohu [ toh-hoo-boh-hoo ]

1. chaos; disorder; confusion.

Origin: First recorded in 1605–15;
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<b>Tohubohu</b> <i>(noun)
tohubohu [ toh-hoo-boh-hoo ]</i>

1. chaos; disorder; confusion.

<b>Origin:</b> First recorded in 1605–15; <Hebrew tōhū wā-bhōhū “unformed and empty” (hendiadys)

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