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Today's word is omniscient, spelled O-M-N-I-S-C-I-E-N-T.

Omniscient is an adjective  that means having infinite awareness, understanding, and insight. It can also mean possessed of universal or complete knowledge. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Economist.



"Digital advertisers are increasingly omniscient: no longer do advertisers know just general things about you - a worldly professional, say, with superb taste in journalism - but they target you, specifically."



One who is omniscient literally knows all. The word omniscient, which has been part of English since at least the beginning of the 17th century, brings together two Latin roots: the prefix omni-, meaning "all," and the verb scire, meaning "to know." You will recognize omni- as the prefix that tells all in such words as omnivorous meaning "eating all" or, more precisely, "eating both meat and vegetables" and omnipotent meaning "all-powerful." Scire likewise has a number of other knowledge-related descendants in English, including conscience, science, and prescience meaning "foreknowledge."

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2016-04-24 How to Use a Word

Today's word is omniscient, spelled O-M-N-I-S-C-I-E-N-T.

Omniscient is an adjective  that means having infinite awareness, understanding, and insight. It can also mean possessed of universal or complete knowledge. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Economist.

Digital advertisers are increasingly omniscient: no longer do advertisers know just general things about you - a worldly professional, say, with superb taste in journalism - but they target you, specifically.

One who is omniscient literally knows all. The word omniscient, which has been part of English since at least the beginning of the 17th century, brings together two Latin roots: the prefix omni-, meaning all, and the verb scire, meaning to know. You will recognize omni- as the prefix that tells all in such words as omnivorous meaning eating all or, more precisely, eating both meat and vegetables and omnipotent meaning all-powerful. Scire likewise has a number of other knowledge-related descendants in English, including conscience, science, and prescience meaning foreknowledge.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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