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Today's word is umbra, spelled U-M-B-R-A.

Umbra is a noun that means a shaded area. It can also mean a conical shadow excluding all light from a given source; specifically, the conical part of the shadow of a celestial body excluding all light from the primary source. It can also mean the central dark part of a sunspot. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Millersville University Snapper by Maria Rovito.

"When the moon passes into the penumbra, it darkens the surface of the moon, making it look as if a 'bite' has been taken from the lunar surface. 'Totality' occurs when the moon is completely submerged in the umbra, and takes on a deep red hue."

The Latin word umbra meaning "shade or shadow" has given English a range of words in addition to umbra itself. An umbrella can provide us with shade from the sun. So can an umbrageous tree - in this case, umbrageous means "affording shade." The connection to shade or shadow in other umbra words is less obvious. When we say someone takes umbrage, we mean they take offense, but in times past people used the word as a synonym of shade or shadow. Those two senses of umbrage influenced umbrageous, which can mean "inclined to take offense easily" as well as "affording shade."

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

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[Homework]2015-07-24 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is umbra, spelt U-M-B-R-A. Umbra is a noun, that means a shaded area. It can also mean a conical shadow excluding all light from the given source, specificly the conical part of the shadow of a celestial body excluding all light from the primary source. It can also mean the central dark part of a sun spot.

Here's the word uses in a sentence from the ** University, Snapper, by Maria **, 'When the moon passes into the penumbra, it darkens the surface of the moon, making it look as if a bite has been taken from the lunar surface. Totality occurs when the moon is completely submerged in the umbra, and takes on a deep red hue.'

The Latin word Ambra, meaning shade or shadow, has given English a range of words in addition to umbra itself. And umbrella can provide us with shade from the sun, so can an umbrageous tree, in this case, umbrageous means affording shade. The connection to shade or shadow in other umbra words is less obvious. When we say someone take umbrage, we mean they take offense. But in times past, people use the word as a synonym of shade or shadow. Those two senses of umbrage influenced umbrageous, U-M-B-R-A-G-E-O-U-S, which can mean inclined to take offense easily as well as affording shade.

With your world of the day, I'm Peter Sokolovsky.

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[Homework]2015-07-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is umbra, spelled U M B R A. Umbra is a noun that means a shaded area. It can also mean a conical shadow excluding all light from a given source. Specifically the conical part of the shadow of a celestial body excluding all light from the primary source. It can also mean the center dark part of a sun spot. Here is the word used in a sentence from the * University * by *. When the moon passes into the penumbra, it darkens the surfaces of the moon making it look as it have a bite, has been taking from the lunar surface. Totality occurs when the moon is completely submerged in the umbra, and takes on a deep red *. The Latin word umbra meaning shade or shadow has given English a range of words in addition to umbra itself. And umbrella can provide us with shade from the sun so can an umbrageous tree. In this case umbrageous means affording shade. The connection two shade of shadow in other umbra words in less obvious. When we say someone takes umbrage, me mean they take a fence. But in times passed, people use the word as a * of shade or shadow. Those two senses of umbrage influenced umbrageous, U M B R A G E O U S, which can mean inclined to take offense easily as well as affording shade. With your word for the day, I'm Peter *.
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[Homework]2015-07-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is umbra, spelled U-M-B-R-A. Umbra us a noun that means a shaded area. It can also mean a c ****shadow excluding all light from a given source. Specifically the C*** part of shadow of a celestial body excluding all light from primary source. It can also mean the central dark part of a sun spot.Here is the word used in a sentence from the Miller* University Snapper by Maria *.When the moon passes into the prenumbra, it darkens the surface of the moon making it look as if a bite has been taking from lunar surface. Totality occurs when the moon is completely submerged in the umbra and takes on a deep red hue.
The Latin word umbra meaning shade or shadow has given a English a range of words in addition to umbra iteself. Ana umbrella can provide us with shade from the sun so can an umbra* tree, in this case umbra* means a affording shade. The connection to shade or shadow in other umbra words is less obvious. When we say someone takes umbrage, we mean they take a fence. But in times passed, people used the word as *shade or shadow. Those two sentence of umbrage influneced umbrageous, U-M-B-R-A-G-E-O-U-S, which can mean inclined to take offense easily as well as affording shade. With your word for the day, I'm Peter*.

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[Homework]2015-07-24 How to Use a Word

today's word is umbra,spelled u-m-b-r-a.Umbra is a noun that means a shaded area, it can also mean a conical shadow excluding all light from a given source. Specifically, the conical part of the shadow of a celestial body excluding all light from the primary source, it can also mean the central dark part of a sun spot.Here is the word uses in a sentence from the millers filled university---snapper by Maria Riveto.
    When the moon passes into the penumbra, it darkens the surface of the moon, making it look as if a bite has been taken from the lunar surface, totality occurs when the moon is completely submerged in the umbra and takes on a deep red hew.
    The latin word umbra meaning shade or shadow has giving English a range of words in adition to umbra itself, and umbrella can provide us with shade from the sun,so can an umbrageous tree,in this case,umbrageous means afforfing shade.The connection to shade or shadow in other umbra words is less obvious, when we say someone takes umbrage,we mean they take offence, but in times past, people use the word as a synonym of shade or shadow, those two senses of umbrage influced umbrageous, u-m-b-r-a-g-e-o-u-s,which can mean inclined to take offence easily as well as affording shade.

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