Pronounced: an-al-fuh-BET-ick, adj/noun

Notes: You may be able to figure this one out

Yesterday’s word

The word caprine means “of, or pertaining to, goats”

First usage

Our word comes from the late 1300s or early 1400s

Background / Comments

Our word came from late Middle English, which came from the Latin word caprinous, which comes from caper (male goat).

Published by Richard

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

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