garderobe

Pronounced: GAR-drobe, noun

Note: Not a robe to be worn in a garden

Yesterday’s word

The word fabulist means

  • a writer of teller of fables
  • a liar
Background

The word comes from French fabuliste, which came from Latin fabula (talk, tale, legend)

First usage

The word showed up in the late 1500s.

Published by Richard

Christian, lover-of-knowledge, Texan, and other things.

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