The word for Thursday, June 17, is appropriate
founder
supporter
Posted by Amorette Allison (+11900) 11 years ago
A.Word.A.Day
with Anu Garg

pluvial

PRONUNCIATION:
(PLOO-vee-uhl)
MEANING:
adjective: Of or relating to rain, especially much rain.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin pluvia (rain), from pluere (to rain). Ultimately from the Indo-European root pleu- (to flow), that is also the source of flow, float, flit, fly, flutter, pulmonary, and pneumonia.

USAGE:
"The inclement weather was expected to continue throughout the week, and meteorologists predict that the next few days will remain pluvial."
Inclement Weather Sweeps Israel; The Jerusalem Post (Israel); Jan 18, 2010.
Top
supporter
Posted by Bridgier (+9297) 11 years ago
Hopefully, it doesn't become diluvial - I hear there's a deadline approaching.
Top