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Today's word is hermitage, spelled H-E-R-M-I-T-A-G-E.

Hermitage is a noun that means the habitation of a hermit. It can also mean, more broadly, a secluded residence or private retreat, also a monastery. Hermitage also means the life or condition of a hermit. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Carroll Iowa Daily Times Herald by Rebecca McKinsey.

"The facility will include a convent, a chapel, a library, a Rosary Walk area, coffee shops, hermitages or small cottages, and areas for larger retreat groups and for people or couples to stay."

The word hermitage is of course related to hermit, a word for one who retreats from society to live in solitude, often for religious reasons. The origins of hermitage and hermit are found in Greek. Erēmos meaning "desolate" gave rise to erēmia meaning "desert," and eventually to the noun erēmitēs, which was used for a person living in the desert, or, more broadly, for a recluse. The word journeyed from Greek to Latin to Anglo-French to Middle English, where it eventually transformed into hermit. The related word hermitage was borrowed into English from Anglo-French in the 14th century. A hermitage can be the dwelling of a hermit, for example, a mountain shack or a monastery or simply a secluded home.

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

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[Homework]2015-08-05 How to Use a Word

Today's word is hermitage, spelled H-E-R-M-I-T-A-G-E. Hermitage is a noun that means the habitation of a hermit. It can also mean, more broadly, a secluded residence or private retreat, also a monastery. Hermitage also means the life or condition of a hermit.

Here's the word used in a sentence from the Kairo ** Daily Times *** by Rebecca ***.

The facility would include a convent, a chapel, a library, a rosary walk area, coffee shops, hermitages or small cottages, and areas for larger retreat groups and for people are couples to stay.

The word hermitage is of course related to ''hermit'', a word for one who retreats from society to live in solitude, often for religious reasons. The origins of hermitage and hermit are found in Greek ''ἔρημος'', meaning ''desolate'', gave rise to ''ερημία'', and eventually to the noun, ''ερημίτης'', which was used for a person living in the desert or, more broadly, for a recluse. The word journeyed from Greek to Latin, to Anglo-French, to middle English, where it eventually transformed into ''hermit''. The related word ''hermitage'' was borrowed into English from Anglo-French in the 14th century. A hermitage can be the dwelling of a hermit, for example, a mountain shack or a monastery, or simply, a secluded home.

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

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本帖最后由 gaoqiming9164 于 2015-8-10 00:11 编辑

Today`s word is hermitage, spell h-e-r-m-i-t-a-g-e. Hermitage is a noun that means the habitation of a hermit,  a it can also means boradly a excluded  residence private retreats also a **, hermitage also means the life or a condition of a hermit.
Here the word used in the sentence from the **daily times by ** .
The fasility well include a conf* ,a *, a library ,a rosay walk area a coffee shop * and area for large retreat groups and for people or couples to stay.
The word hermitage is of course related to hermit a world for want to retreat from society who live to * often for religious reasons.
The origins of hermitage and hermit are found in Greek a *means desert give rise to * meaning desert, and eventually to the none * which was use for a persom who living in the desert  or more boradly for * the word journey to * to * to Franch to middle English who eventrually transformed into hermit the related word hermitage was borrowed in English from 17th centry
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本帖最后由 gaoqiming9164 于 2015-8-10 00:12 编辑

Today`s word is hermitage, spell h-e-r-m-i-t-a-g-e. Hermitage is a noun that means the habitation of a hermit,  a it can also means boradly a excluded  residence private retreats also a **, hermitage also means the life or a condition of a hermit.
Here the word used in the sentence from the **daily times by ** .
The fasility well include a conf* ,a *, a library ,a rosay walk area a coffee shop * and area for large retreat groups and for people or couples to stay.
The word hermitage is of course related to hermit a world for want to retreat from society who live to * often for religious reasons.
The origins of hermitage and hermit are found in Greek a *means desert give rise to * meaning desert, and eventually to the none * which was use for a persom who living in the desert  or more boradly for * the word journey to * to * to Franch to middle English who eventrually transformed into hermit the related word hermitage was borrowed in English from 17th centry
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本帖最后由 duadua 于 2015-8-11 20:53 编辑

Today`s word is hermitage, spelled h-e-r-m-i-t-a-g-e. Hermitage is a noun that means the habitation of a hermit,  a it can also means more boradly a secluded  residence private retreats also a monastery, hermitage also means the life or condition of a hermit.
Here the word used in the sentence from the **daily times by ** .
The fasility will include a convent ,a chapel, a library ,a rosay walk area a coffee shops a hermitages and small cottages and area for large retreat groups and for people or couples to stay.
The word hermitage is of course related to hermit a world for one who retreat from society who live to solitude often for religious reasons.
The origins of hermitage and hermit are found in Greek a * means desolate give rise to * meaning desert, and eventually to the none * which was use for a persom who living in the desert  or more boradly for recluse the word journey from Greek to latin to anglo-Franch to middle English who eventrually transformed into hermit the related word hermitage was borrowed in English from 14th centry. A hermitage can be a dwelling of a hermit ,for example a mountain shack or a monastery or a excluded home.
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