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Oxford’s Word Window: Week Two

Last week we kicked off our Word Window series in which we display an Oxford Word of the Week, culled from The Oxford English Dictionary in the windows in front of our office on Madison between 34th and 35th street.

Last week’s word was: Quiddity n.: The inherent nature or essence of a person or thing; what a thing or person is; that which distinguishes a person or thing from others.  In case you aren’t in NYC or didn’t get a chance to walk by the office here is what it looked like:

This week’s word is: Oneiric

Stop by the window to see its definition or check back on the blog next week!

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  1. [...] Last week’s word was: Oneiric adj.: Of, characteristic of, or relating to dreams; dreamlike. [...]

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