Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Word on the Street

Keeping ourselves and our fellow KK'ers educated is very important to me(and you can clearly see where I got the idea from)! With that being said ,the word of the day is:

Peccadillo \peck-uh-DIL-oh\, noun: A slight offense; a petty fault.

Peccadillo comes from Spanish pecadillo, "little sin," diminutive of pecado, "sin," from Latin peccatum, from peccare, "to make a mistake, to err, to sin." It is related to impeccable, "without flaw or fault."

Used in a sentence: "Don't judge unless you be judged, besides, everybody has their peccadilloes."

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