Word of the Week: Solitude

Solitude: being alone, usually by choice. It comes from solitudinem, a Latin word which means ‘loneliness’, but solitude often has a positive connotation. The word first became popular in the 17th century.  Example Comic on a Quiet Lunch: How To Say ‘Solitude’ in Different Languages: Swahili Upweke (pronounced oop-weh-kay) Morse Code … — .-.. ..Continue reading “Word of the Week: Solitude”