Saturday, February 22, 2020

Fact of the Day: Widow

The English word widow comes from the Old English word widewe which was influenced by a basic Indo-European root word meaning "be empty." 


Margaret D said...

I didn't know that!

ahmed said...

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Pat Hatt said...

Never would have guessed it came from that

Mary Kirkland said...

I had no idea.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Interesting. I know many grieving widows feel that way.

Christine said...


Kay said...

Interesting. It makes sense though.

Martha said...

I didn't know that!

Jerome Samson said...

Vampires is not at all like in the movies or books. Sure, I understand. You are young you have the whole world open to you. You can be anything that you choose if you apply yourself and try hard to work toward that goal. But being a Vampire is not what it seems like. It’s a life full of good, and amazing things. We are as human as you are.. It’s not what you are that counts, But how you choose to be. Do you want a life full of interesting things? Do you want to have power and influence over others? To be charming and desirable? To have wealth, health, and longevity, I can help you solve any problem you are having
(1) If you want your ex back.
(2) If you want to stop having bad dreams.
(3) You want to be promoted in your office.
(4) You want women/men to run after you.
(5) If you want a child.
(6) You want to be rich.
(7) You want to tie your husband/wife to be yours forever.
(8) If you need financial assistance.
(9) If you want to stop your divorce.
(10 If you want to divorce your husband.
(11) If you want your wishes to be granted.