Wicked Word Wednesday: Hebdomad

When every blessed thing you have is made of silver, or of gold, you long for simple pewter. – W.S. Gilbert

Greetings logophiles and other creative types!

I’ve had zero entries for the last two Wicked Word Wednesdays, but I remain resolute to finish out the year. So . . .

It’s time for Wicked Word Wednesday, and the Wicked Word is:

Hebdomad

heb·do·mad [\ˈheb-də-ˌmad\\]

noun

a group of seven

a period of seven days: one week


What is Wicked Word Wednesday?

You have one week to compose a post based on the Wicked Word.

One entry per person.

BONUS CHALLENGE: 42 words max.

Leave your entry in the comment box below.

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And Thus It Begins:

The Word has been given;

The Week has begun;

The Game is afoot;

On Mark,

Get Set,

GO!


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3 thoughts on “Wicked Word Wednesday: Hebdomad

  1. Hebdomad

    It’s a word
    I’ve never heard,
    a pain for the brain,
    A headache again

    It’s also the only anagram of Dhodambe – a small Indian mountain village in the Western Ghats, from where you can climb up to Dhodap, the 29th highest peak!

    (42 words!)

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