Thursday, February 25, 2010


Aphasia - loss of speech due to injury or illness
Usage - The neurologist informed the parents that their son suffered from aphasia. 
Link - a + phasia ~ a + face (sounds like); Imagine as if you suffering from some injury on face and hence can't speak to anyone.

Aphorism - short phrase that say something true or wise
Usage - “Believe nothing you hear, and only half of what you see” is a famous aphorism attributed to Mark Twain.
Link1 - "Whorism is bad" an aphorism said by me.
Link2 - a + phor (for); Kids are generally taugt like "A for apple".. and there is a famous aphorism "An apple a day keeps the doctor away."

Apiary - a place where bees are kept
Usage - The loud buzzing coming from the apiary indicated that it was full.
Link1 -  Apiary~ a + pia(pie) i.e,if a pie is kept on the table bees will come to eat it.
Link2 -  Ape never loiter around apiary.

Aplomb - poise,self confidence, to do something with confidence and in a relaxed way
Usage - She has more poise and confidence than him.
Link - aplomb ~ a + pl (people) + OM; people normally chant 'OM' when they do meditation to keep themselves cool under strain. 

Apocryphal - widely believed but untrue
Usage - Most of the stories about Michael Jackson are apocryphal.
Link - apocryphal = apo + cry + phal;..Apoo cried when doctor told him that all phals(fruits) are restricted for him which was an apocryphal assumed by he doctor when someone suffers from sexual disorders.

Hii guys....till now all the revenue generated has been a lot of help to poor people begging at the streets...I hope that you will help me with somee more revenue by spreading the blog to as many people as you can...