Pronounced: BELL-tane, noun

Notes: I knew a little about this word, but could not properly define it.

Yesterdays’ word

The word quaquaversal means “sloping downward from a center in all directions”


It comes from Latin: quaqua (in all directions). Note that quaqua comes from qua (in what direction). To quaqua is added versus (towards).

First used

The word came into English in the late 1600s

Published by Richard

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

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