Entry #1682801341


adjective: finite

  1. having limits or bounds.
    • not infinitely small.
  2. Grammar
    (of a verb form) having a specific tense, number, and person.



Entry #1682800873


adjective: authentic

  1. of undisputed origin; genuine.
    • made or done in the traditional or original way, or in a way that faithfully resembles an original.
    • based on facts; accurate or reliable.
    • (in existentialist philosophy) relating to or denoting an emotionally appropriate, significant, purposive, and responsible mode of human life.
  2. Music
    (of a church mode) comprising the notes lying between the principal note or final and the note an octave higher.



Entry #1682800496


noun: prodigy
plural noun: prodigies

• a person, especially a young one, endowed with exceptional qualities or abilities.
• an impressive or outstanding example of a particular quality.
• an amazing or unusual thing, especially one out of the ordinary course of nature.



Entry #1682799757


adjective: consistent

• acting or done in the same way over time, especially so as to be fair or accurate.
• unchanging in nature, standard, or effect over time.
• compatible or in agreement with something.



Entry #1682799503


noun: impostor
plural noun: impostors
noun: imposter
plural noun: imposters

• a person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others, especially for fraudulent gain.


#impostor, #imposter

Entry #1682798928


noun: monk
plural noun: monks

• a member of a religious community of men typically living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.



Entry #1682798712


noun: aspiration
plural noun: aspirations

• a hope or ambition of achieving something.
• Medicine
the action or process of drawing breath.
• Phonetics
the action of pronouncing a sound with an exhalation of breath.



Entry #1682798112


noun: ambition
plural noun: ambitions

• a strong desire to do or to achieve something, typically requiring determination and hard work.
• desire and determination to achieve success.


Middle English: via Old French from Latin ambitio(n-), from ambire ‘go around (canvassing for votes)’.


Entry #1682760038

Original post from virtuoso.im: 08:44 on April 26, 2021
Title: Virtuoso



noun: virtuoso; plural noun: virtuosi; plural noun: virtuosos

a person highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit.

  • a person with a special knowledge of or interest in works of art or curios.


Origin of virtuoso

early 17th century: from Italian, literally ‘learned, skillful’, from late Latin virtuosus


Entry #1682759522

Original post on pupil.im: 12:38 am on April 24, 2023
Title: Site created

04242023 @ 00:38:21
site created