Pronounced: SAH-luh-duhs, noun

Notes: This is a fancy word for something; I know a different fancy word for it, but not this one

Yesterday’s word

The word contund means “to thrash or bruise”

Background / Comments

I should have seen the similarity to contusion and been able to guess at the meaning. Our word comes from Latin con- (with) and tundere (to beat).

First usage

This word started being used in the late 1500s

Published by Richard

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

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