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Today's word is persiflage, spelled P-E-R-S-I-F-L-A-G-E.

Persiflage is a noun that means frivolous bantering talk, light raillery. Here is the word used in Gourmet in a sentence by Andrea Lee.

"The pleasant research I did for this story - in which coffee is equated with romance - led me to discover the famous cafés of Turin…. As in Prague, Paris, or Vienna, they have for generations been arenas for aristocratic persiflage, intellectual gossip, even revolutionary ideas."

Unwanted persiflage on television might provoke an impatient audience to hiss or boo, but from an etymological standpoint, no other reaction could be more appropriate. English speakers picked up persiflage from French in the 18th century. Its ancestor is the French verb persifler, which means "to banter" and was formed from the prefix per-, meaning "thoroughly," plus siffler, meaning "to whistle, hiss, or boo." Siffler in turn derived from the Latin verb sibilare, meaning "to whistle or hiss." By the way, sibilare is also the source of sibilant, a word linguists use to describe sounds like those made by "s" and "sh" in sash. That Latin root also underlies the verb sibilate, meaning "to hiss" or "to pronounce with or utter an initial sibilant."

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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[Homework]2015-03-28 How to Use a Word

Today's word is persiflage, spelled PERSIFLAGE. Persiflage is a noun that means ferviliss bantering talk light raloray. Here's the word used in Gormay in the sentence by Andrew Lee.

The plesent research I did for this story in which coffee is aquit with romance led me to discover the famous coffee is of toriey as in prage Paris of Viana. They have for generations been a ring is aristocratic persiflage interlectural or gossip and even revolutionary ideas.


Unwanted persiflage on television might provoke an impatient audience to his or boo but from in edimological stand point no other reaction could be more appropriate.


English speakers picked up persiflage from French in the 18th century. Its ancestor is the French verb pesiflay which means to banter and with formed from the prefix pare meaning thorily plus thefiley meaning to whisle his or boo. Thefily in turn derives from the Latin verbs Cibelary meaning to whisle or his. By the way, Cibelary is also the source of siblent a word linguist used to describe sounds like those made by s and sh in sash. The Latin root also underlies the verb siberlate meaning to his or pronounce with or order with an initial siblant.


With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.



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