1. Roman Religion: the deified spirits of the ancient Roman dead honoured with graveside sacrifices.
2. the souls of the dead; shades; ghosts.
3. the spirit or shade of a particular dead person.
Etymology: from Middle English < Latin mānēs (plural); akin to Latin mānis, mānus, “good”. Not to be confused with mane.
1. belonging to a higher world; celestial.
2. situated above or beyond the moon.
Etymology: Latin super, “prefix for above, beyond, in addition, to an especially high degree” + lunary, from Latin lūnāris, “of the moon”, from lūna, “the moon”.
[noun & adjective]
1. red, especially blood red.
2. a vivid crimson colour.
3. having the pinkish colour of flesh; pinkish-red.
4. to colour (something) a bright crimson or pinkish-red.
Etymology: from Middle French incarnadin, from Old Italian incarnadino, from incarnato, ”flesh-coloured”, from Late Latin incarnatus.
Macklemore’s ‘Thrift Shop’ gets covered by Von Smith in a super unique way! Watch HERE!
PerezHilton.com posted about Von’s Thrift Shop video!
So this happened today…. O.o
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