Well it's Thursday again (well almost) and so it's time for me to pick up my handy Webster's College Dictionary and see what page I grab at.
Well, funny thing, I know the meanings for almost all the words on this page. But there was 1 that I didn't, although I won't be surprised if some of you do know it.
Our word this week is
That's jute and not Jute.
Jute the proper noun is a member of a Germanic people that invaded Britain in the 5th century AD, settling mainly in Kent.
It's nice to see a public reference book that still uses AD instead of CE. Of course this particular version of Webster was printed in 1992 so that may have something to do with it.
As always, have fun creating your own meanings for our word of the week and I'll put up the real meaning on Saturday!