02 September 2009

A Word With Moshammer's Ghost


Function: adjective

Etymology: Middle English fonned, from fonne fool

Date: 14th century

01: foolish, silly; "Ach, you and your fond dreams of wealth and fame."

02: prizing highly, or having an affection (used with of); "Anyone who knows me, knows I'm quite fond of butterscotch, Winona Ryder, and thoughts of Winona Ryder covered in butterscotch."

03: foolishly tender, indulgent; "Fond mothers make for spoiled kids."

04: cherished with great affection; "My fondest memory may be building a go-kart with my grandpa one weekend when I was nine."

Hotcha! Hank

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