Pronounced: zigh-BAHT-soo, noun

Notes: I would think that many people can probably guess where this comes from, even if they don’t know the definition

Yesterday’s word

The word impignorate means “to pledge, pawn, or mortgage”


The word comes from Latin impignorare (to pledge) from pignus (pledge, pawn, mortgage)

First usage

The word showed up in the mid-1600s

Published by Richard

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

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