Friday, September 5, 2008

Word of the Day


Pronunciation: \yoo-BIK-wih-tuhs\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Ubiquitous derives, via French, from Latin ubique, "everywhere," from ubi, "where." The noun form is ubiquity.

Existing or being everywhere, or in all places, at the same time.

"Before Tarzan, nobody understood just how big, how ubiquitous, how marketable a star could be."

— John Taliaferro, Tarzan Forever

Thanks to Constant Comment for today's WOTD entry

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