Is that where the name for the condition tinnitus comes from?
Tinnire Latin for tinkle, ring. 19th century tinnitus came into popular language. Tintinnabulation was actually created by Poe from Latin from root tinnire to describe delicate light tinkly bells for obvious reasons Very onomatopoeicIs that where the name for the condition tinnitus comes from?
That is totally new to me!grok
- understand (something) intuitively or by empathy.
"because of all the commercials, children grok things immediately"
- empathize or communicate sympathetically; establish a rapport.
"nestling earth couple would like to find water brothers to grok with in peace"
I think most of us in Oz have ancestors that were convicts, now I see where I may get the behavior from, lol.I’m really glad that took the time Oz to scroll backwards and find Debi’s post. I was thinking you are a convict for some seriously antisocial behaviors.