Derived from the Ancient Greek word for a razor, xyresic literally means “razor-sharp”—or, more figuratively, “cutting” or “keen.”
The sight of books removes sorrows from the heart. ~ African Proverb
No one gives what he does not have. ~ Latin Proverb
It is not goodness to be better than the worst. ~ Latin Proverb
Nudiustertian is of or relating to the day before yesterday. From Latin nudius tertius, literally, today is the third day.
Believe that you have it, and you do. ~ Latin Proverb
They condemn what they do not understand. ~ Latin Proverb