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Word Trends & Stories

  1. How Did The Month Of May Get Its Name?

    May may seem like a little simple name, but its origin is actually fairly complex and interesting. Sit back and read up on this little word’s … big history. What does May mean? The fifth month of the Gregorian calendar, May, is defined as “the fifth month of the year, containing 31 days.” Got it. But where did this name come from? The name for …

  2. Jazz Slang Terms For Cool Hepcats

  3. Where Do “Say So,” “Gangnam Style,” And Other Viral Dances Get Their Names?

  4. 8 Pandemic Words & Phrases People Absolutely Never Want To Hear Again

    When surprising, shocking, or scary things like the COVID-19 pandemic happen, it’s sometimes difficult to find the words to talk about it. You may find yourself straining to remember terms you learned a long time ago, or repeating the same words and phrases over and over again because you just don’t know what else to say. While the world is quarantined due to the novel …

  5. ero-goods.com’s Words To Inspire You For Earth Day

    We love the earth, it’s beautiful, amazing … and it needs our help. The phrase Earth Day originated in 1969. It means “a day’s observance of the need to protect the Earth’s environment, in many countries on April 22.” The first Earth Day was organized by Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin in 1970. He was upset that politics and media were not addressing the concerns of our …

  6. What Is The Difference Between A “Recession” vs. A “Depression”?

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载by John Kelly, Senior Research Editor at ero-goods.com Economics—as if understanding its facts and figures, number and statistics, and charts and graphs isn’t challenging enough. Economics also relies on some tough terms. No, we don’t just mean the more advanced argot of arbitrage or leveraged buyout. Even more familiar economic terms many of us encounter in the news (or, more frighteningly, feel in our pocketbooks), …

  7. New Words We Created Because Of Coronavirus

  8. 9 Words That Came From Ancient Greek And Roman Myths

  9. Where Do The Words For Our Pets Come From?

  10. “Contagious” vs. “Infectious”: The Difference Can Be Important

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载by John Kelly, Senior Research Editor at ero-goods.com Whether it’s flu season, chickenpox at your kid’s school, concerns about measles in your town, or the coronavirus pandemic, the words contagious and infectious often come around in news and social media, in casual conversations and government communications. While these two terms get used interchangeably, knowing the difference between them can, in some cases, be life-saving. To …