30
Jun
victoriousvocabulary:

FEIGN
[verb]
1. to represent fictitiously; put on an appearance of.
2. to invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an excuse.
3. to imitate deceptively.
4. to make believe; pretend.
Etymology: Middle English fei(g)nen < Old French feign-, present stem of feindre < Latin fingere, “to shape, invent, feign”.
[Antonio Javier Caparo - The Shifter]

victoriousvocabulary:

FEIGN

[verb]

1. to represent fictitiously; put on an appearance of.

2. to invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an excuse.

3. to imitate deceptively.

4. to make believe; pretend.

Etymology: Middle English fei(g)nen < Old French feign-, present stem of feindre < Latin fingere, “to shape, invent, feign”.

[Antonio Javier Caparo - The Shifter]

26
Jun
victoriousvocabulary:

PRINCEPS TENEBRARUM
[noun]
"Prince of Darkness" - referring to Satan, who in this particular context, is viewed as the embodiment of evil.
Etymology: from Latin princeps, “leader, first and foremost” (from prīmus,“first” + capiō, “take, capture” + tenebrarum (from tenebrōsus, literally “darkness”).
[Agostino Arrivabene - Lucifer]

victoriousvocabulary:

PRINCEPS TENEBRARUM

[noun]

"Prince of Darkness" - referring to Satan, who in this particular context, is viewed as the embodiment of evil.

Etymology: from Latin princeps, “leader, first and foremost” (from prīmus,“first” + capiō, “take, capture” + tenebrarum (from tenebrōsus, literally “darkness”).

[Agostino Arrivabene - Lucifer]