It’s time to play…Word of the Day!


brainWord for the day….bifurcate, which just popped into my mind today (I know, it’s a weird place in there!)

Bifurcate means: to divide or fork into two branches
Etymology: 1605-15; (from Medieval Latin bifurcātus, past participle of bifurcāre (bi (two) + furc (a) fork + -ātus -ate)

Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bifurcate

If you get bored, pop on over to the source cited page and play some word games…it’s FUN! And, feel free to add your own word for the day (with the meaning).

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