Pronounced: dee-muh-GORE-guhn, noun

Notes: This is late due to a scheduling error. I’ve never seen this word

Yesterday’s word

A ceilidh is “a social gathering, typically involving folk music, dancing, and storytelling”

First Usage

This word showed up in the late 1800s

Background / Comments

If you know the word, you probably know its origin from Scottish Gaelic ceilidh (visit)

Published by Richard

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

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