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A griph is an obsolete term for puzzle or enigma. This word’s etymology is a puzzle itself, although it appears to trace back to Ancient Greek griphos, meaning “fishing basket.” This is part of a complete episode.

Hope in the Dark

The Old English word galan means “to call” or “to sing enchantments.” It’s the source of the obsolete word galder meaning “charm” or “incantation,” as well as nightingale, the name of a bird...


Stradivarus  n.— «Stradivarus can be defined as a piece of junk that’s either a) obsolete or b) in a very bad state and c) looks much older than it is.» —“Stradivarus moment” by spam_robot77 Vintage from the Charity...