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The Word of the Day for August 17th is “canicular”, spelled “C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.”

 

“Canicular” is an adjective that means “off or relating to the dog days that is the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.” Here’s the word used in a sentence.

 

“During the canicular heat of August, many of the town’s residents venture to the local swimming hole in search of a way to stay cool.”

 

The Latin word “canicula,” meaning “small dog,” is the diminutive form of “canis,” the source of the English word for “canine.” “Canicula” is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of Orion in the constellation named for that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the Dog Star. The Greeks called this time of year the “hēmerai kynades,” which the Romans translated into Latin as “dies caniculares,” or as we know them in English, “the dog days.”

 

With your Word of the Day this Tuesday, August 18th, I’m Peter Sokolowski.

 

Words:

sultry: adj. 1.(of weather or climate) oppressively hot and humid (天气)闷热的; 酷热的.

2.displaying or suggesting passion; sensual 激动的;热情的;性感的.

 

Sirius: n. the brightest star in the sky after the sun, lying in the constellation Canis Major 天狼星

hound: n. any of several breeds of dog used for hunting.; 猎狗

 

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The Word of the Day for August 18th is “canicular”, spelled c-a-n-i-c-u-l-a-r.
Canicular is an adjective that means of or relating to the dog days that is the period between early July and early September when hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.
Here is the word used in a sentence.
During the canicular heat of August, many of the town’s residents venture to the local swimming hole in search of a way to stay cool.
The Latin word “canicula” meaning small dogs is the diminutive form of “canis”, the source of the English word for “canine”. “Canicula” is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of Orion in the constellation named for that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the Dog Star. The Greeks call this time of year the “hemerie keneydis”, which the Romans translated into Latin as “dias canicularis”, or as we know them in English “the dog days”.
With your Word of the Day this Thursday August 18th, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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The Word of the Day for August 18th is “canicular”, spelled c-a-n-i-c-u-l-a-r.
Canicular is an adjective that means of or relating to the dog days that is the period between early July and early September when hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.Here is the word used in a sentence:
During the canicular heat of August, many of the town’s residents venture to the local swimming hole in search of a way to stay cool.
The Latin word “canicula” meaning small dogs is the diminutive form of “canis”, this is source of the English word for canine. Canicula is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of Orion in the constellation name for that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the Dog Star. The Greeks call this time of year the hemerie keneydis, which the Romans translated into Latin as dias canicularis, or as we know them in English the dog days.
With your Word of the Day this Thursday August 18th, I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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The Word of the Day for August 18th is canicular, spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.
Canicular is an adjective that means of or relating to the "dog days" that is the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northen hemisphere. Here is the word used in a sentence:
During the canicular heat of August, many of the towns residents venture to the local swimming hole in search of a way to stay cool. The Latin word "canicula" meaning "small dog" is the deminutive form of "canis", the source of English word for "canine". Canicula is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of // in a constellation named of that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology.
Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the "dog star". The Greeks called this time of the year "the himerdi canadies", which the Romans translated into Latin as "dies caniculares" or as we know them in English "the dog days".
With your word of the day August 18th, I'm Peter Sokolowski.
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[Homework]2009-08-18 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for Aug.18 is canicular,spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.
Canicular is an adjective that means of all the relating to darve day that it is appeared between early July and early September when the hot soutry weather of sunmmer usualy occur in the north hemesphare. Here is the word used in the sentence.
During the canicular hit in the Auguest ,many of the town resident fench to the local swim hole and search for wait-stay-cool.
The lattin word canicular meaning small dog. it is the deminitive formal of cunnis -- the source of the English word for cana.Canicular is also the lattin name for series the star of the represents the hunter for arri*** in the constanlation name for that hunter from *rome and quick fesolgy*.because the first visible rising of  the series occurs during the summer. the hot southy days that occured from early July to early September came to be associated with dog star.the greek called this time of the year the Hemoricanadys which was the rome translatated into lattin as DS caniculars or as we know in the engish the dog days.
with the your word of the day Aug.18 .I'm Peter Sociloski.


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The word for day for Aug 18 is camicular, spell c-a-m-i-c-u-l-a-r . Camicular is an adjective that means of all relating to the dog days that is appeared in early July and early September when the hot * weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphier. Here is the word used in the sentence. During the camicular heat of August , many of the towns residents * to the local swimming pool and search a way of stay cool. The Latin word "camicula" meaning small dog is the deminitive form of "canis", the source of the English word for "camicular". Canicular is also the Latin name for serious the star represents the hunt of all * in the * name for that hunter form Roman and Greek methology. Because the first visable rising of serious occurs during the summer . The hot dog days that occurs from early July to early Sep came to be assciated whth the dog star. The Greeks call this time of year the * which the Romes translated into Latin as * , caniculas or as we know them in English the dog days.
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The Word of the day for August 18th is canicular, spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.

Canicular is an adjective that means * or relating to the dog days, that is a period between early July and early September when a hot * weather of summer usually occurs in the northern Ham*sfield.
Here is the word used in the sentence.
"During the canicular heat of August, many of the town’s residents * to the local swimming hall and such of a way to stay cool."
The Latin word canicular meaning small dog is the d*nity form of canis. The source of English word for can*. Canicular is also the Latin name for serious the start that represent the hunter of Aryan in the constellation name for that hunter from roman and Greek mythology.
Because the first visible rising of serious occurs during the summer, the hot s* days that occur from early July to early September can to be associated with the dog star.
The Greeks call these time of year the ham* canidies which the Romans translated into Latin as "ds" canicularies or as we know them in English the dog days.  
With your Word of the Day this Tuesday August 18th. I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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The world of the day for August 18th is canicular, spelled C A N I C U L A R. Canicular is an adjective that means all relating to the dog days that is the period between early July and early September when  the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs on the north of Hemisphere.

Here is the world used the sentence:
During the canicular heat of August, many of the town’s residents ventured to local swimming pool and searched for ways to stay cool.

The Latin word “canicular” meaning small dog is the definitive form of “canis” the source of the English word for knight.

Canicula is also the Latin name for Sirius the star that represents the hunt of rane in the constellation name for that hunter from Roman  and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the Dog Star. The Greeks called this time of the year the “hamericanade” which the Roman translated into Latin as “ds caniculares” or as we know them in English the “Dog Days”.

With your of the day, this Tuesday August 19th. I’m Peter Sokolowsk.
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[Homework]2009-08-18 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for August 18 is canicular,spelled c-a-n-i-c-u-l-a-r.Canicular is an adjetive that means of or relating to the dog days that is the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemispher.Here is the word used in a sentence:During the canicular heat of August, many of the town's residents *** to the local swimming hole in search of a way  to stay cool.The Latin word canicula meaning small dog is the *** formal of canis, this is source english word for ***.  Canisula is also the Latin name for sirius, the star that represents the hound of orion in the constellation name for that hunter from Roman and Greek ***.Because the first visible rising of sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry day that occur from early July to early Sepetember came to be assocaited with the dog star.The Greeks call this time of  year the *** ****, which the Romans translated into Latin as *** canicularis, or as we know them in english--the dog days.With your word of the day this thursday August 18th, I'm peter Sokolowski.  

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The word of the day for August 18th is canicular, spelled canicular. Canicular is an adjective that means of or relating to the Dog days. That is the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.

Here's the word used in a sentence.

During the canicular heat of August, many of the town's residents venture to the local swimming hall and search of a way to stay cool.

The Latin word canicula meaning small dog is the diminitive form of canis, the source of the English word for canine. Canicular is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of a Orion and constellation named of that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising og Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultury days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the Dog star. The Greeks called this time of year that himerdi canadies, which the Romans translated into Latin as DS Canicularis or, as we know them in English, the Dog Days.

With your word of the day this Tuesday August 18th, I'm PS.
The word of the day for August 18th is canicular, spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R. Canicular is an adjective that means off or relating to the dog's days that is the period between early July and early September when the hot saltry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere. Here's the word used in the sentence. During the canicular heat of August, many of the town's residence fanture? to the local swimming pool and search a way to stay cool. The Latin word canicula meaning small dog is the deminilate? word of canis, the source of English word for cany. Canicular is also the latin name for S the star that represents the hunt of ?, in the consitilation? name for that hunter in the Roma and Greek authology. Because of the first visible rising of S occurs during the summmer, the hot ? days occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the dog star. The Greeks call this time of year the Hemeria Canerdis?? which the Romance translated into Latin as Dias Canicularis or as we know them in English the dog days. With your word of the day this Tuesday, August 18th, I'm PS.
The word of day for August 18th is canicular,spelled c-a-n-i-c-u-l-a-r. Canicular is an adjective that means of or relating to the dog days that is the period between  early July and early September when the hot thelltray weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.Here is the word used in the sentence.
During the canicular heat of August, many of the town residences fencher to the local
swimming and search of the way to stay cool. The latin word "kanicular" meaning small dog
is the deminity form of kinis, the sause of the english word for kany.  Kanicular is also the latin name for serious, the star that represents the haund of varien  in the consitulation name for that hunter from Roman and Greek athorlogy. Because the first visibal rising of serious occurs during the summer, the hot thelltray days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the dog star. The Greeks called this time of year the hameri canadies which the Romans translated it into latin as theas kanicularis or as we know them in english for dog days. With your word of the day, this is Tuesday, August 18th. I'm Peter Socolovwski.
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[Homework]2009-08-18 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for Aug 18th is canicular, spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.
Canicular is an adj. that means off or relating to the Dog Day's that is the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere. Here is the word used in the sentence.
During the canicular heat of August, many of the town's residents ventured to the local swimming hole and search of the way to stay cool.
The Latin word canicula meaning small dog, is the diminutive form of carnis the source of the English word forcanine.Canicula is also the Latin name for Sirius, the stars that represents the hound of Orion in the constellation named for that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the  hot sultry days occur from early July to early September came to associate with the dog star. The Greeks called this time of year the h* k* which the Romans translate it into the Latin as d* c*, or as we know them in English, the Dog Day's.
With your word of the day this Tuesday August 18th, I'm PS.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The word of the day for Auguest 18th is Canicular, spells C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.
   Canicular is an adjective that means of or relateing to the dog days that is a period between early July and early September when the hot  sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere.
    Here is the word used in the sentense.
    During the canicular heat of August, many of the town's residents venture to the local swimming pool in search of a way of staying cool.
    The Latin word "Canicular" , meaning "small dog", is the diminutive  form of "canis" ,  the source of the English word for "Canine". Canicular is also the Latin name for "Sirius", the star that represents  the haunt of Orion in the constalation name for that haunter from  Roman and Greek morphology.
   Because the first visible rising of Sirius occurs during the summer, the hot sultry days that occur from early July to early September came to be associated with the "dog's star". The Greeks call this the time of the year " the Hemerie keneydis”, which the Romans translated into Latin as “dias canicularis”,  or as we know them in English "the dog days"
   With your word of the day this Tuesday, August 18th, I am PS.
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The word of the day for August 18th is “canicular” spelled C-A-N-I-C-U-L-A-R.Canicular is an adjective that means of all relating dog days that is the period between early Jul.

and early Sep when the hot thotrey weather of summer usually occurs in the north of the Hanisphere.Here is the word used in sentences.

During the canicular heat of Aug,many of the town's residents fencher to the local swinmming pool and search a way to stay in cool.

The latin word"Kanicula"means small dog is deminit form of kanis.

The sourse of the English word fo kenif.Kanicula is also the latin name for serious,the star that represents the haund and varien in constainlation name for they hunter from Roman and Greek athology.
Because the first visible rising of serious occurs during the summer the hot central days during early Jul.and early Sep.came to be a socid with the dog star.

The Greeks call this time of year hamery conady which the Romans translate them into latin as "Dasconiculareies" or as we know in English The dog days.

With your word of the day.This is Tuesday,August 18th i'm Peter sokology.
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