Glossary [i]I   Technical terms, no longer in use
II  Words not commonly used in this context
III  Words or phrases often misused
IV  Terms coined by me when there seem to be no fitting ones in the lexicon

  • liberal, adj: (1) respecting and allowing different beliefs, (2) political philosophy promoting individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise.
  • “Lib’rall”prop noun: person advocating woke behavior; intolerant of opposing views.
  • wokeadj: pretentious / conspicuous promotion of classical socialistic values.
  • Equity, noun: (1-classical) practice of impartiality, (2-modern) equal sharing of goods and services, irrespective of rightful ownership; the established and ultimate goal of Socialism
  • Equality, noun: being equal in terms of rights and opportunities; guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
  • “Standing Up For The Truth”, Decodes as, “my unfounded opinion is better than your unfounded opinion”.
  • “Sea change” originated in Shakespeare’s play “The Tempest,” which was written about 1610.
  • “Indigenous Americans” comes from the Latin word indigena, meaning “native”, which was formed by combining Old Latin “indu” (in) with “gignere” (to beget), so its actual meaning is,” originating or occurring naturally in a particular place”. Since we now know that the original inhabitants of North America came from Asia, 13,000 years ago, we understand that there are no “Indigenous Americans”, nor have there ever been.
  • “Epiphany”, noun: (1) a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something, (2) an intuitive grasp of reality through something, often simple and striking, (3) an illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure

 

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footnotes
i I   Technical terms, no longer in use
II  Words not commonly used in this context
III  Words or phrases often misused
IV  Terms coined by me when there seem to be no fitting ones in the lexicon