Pronounced: zoh-AN-thruh-pee, noun Notes: The subject of many jokes Yesterday’s word The word clement mean “mild; gentle; lenient” First usage Our word came into English in the late 1400s Background / Comments Our word comes from the Latin word clemens (gentle; mild). The opposite word ‘inclement’ (normally used with weather) is much better known. RejectedContinue reading “zoanthropy”