WORD OF THE DAY ~ Antediluvian

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ Antediluvian

Before there was antediluvian, there were the Latin words ante (meaning “before”) and diluvium (meaning “flood”). In the 1600s, English speakers were using antediluvian to describe conditions they believed existed before the great flood described in the biblical account of Noah and the ark.

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Word Source: Collins Dictionary

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