Today’s daily prompt: Play Lexicographer and make your own word and explain it’s etymology. This was a really interesting idea, and I decided to give it a shot. And here’s my word: Traithobeniace.
The word really looks kinda weird and complex, but it isn’t. Try to break it up in to separate words and then read it. Basically, the word ‘Traithobeniace’ breaks in to: Trai- Try; Tho- To; Be- Be; Niace- Nice. So that’s ‘Try to be nice.’ This is the etymology of my word!! 🙂
There’s not much to add on it’s meaning, cause just by reading the word’s derivation it becomes known. This word can be applicable for people who want to be nice to everyone, and who really try hard but generally fail. (Which is really sad.) Or it can also be used in contexts when someone’s being rude to someone else, so the third person can say “He has got to learn to be Traithobenaicetic.”
And that’s all there is to it. Bye for now. Happy Traithobenaicsism!! 😉