Disambiguate is a word that sounds intriguing. #WordWednesdayFun is partly to do with my love of words, part to do with my love of ‘word sounds,’ partly related to increasing ‘word power,’ and hopefully helping the odd person learn a new word to add to their vocabulary. Usual format – Merriam-Webster: Definition of disambiguate disambiguated disambiguating transitive verb : to establish a single semantic or grammatical interpretation for disambiguation dis-amˌbi-gyə-ˈwā-shən, -gyü-ˈā-\ noun First Known Use of disambiguate 1963 That is all there is! How disappointing and minimalist! And ‘first use’ in 1963 – I’m older than this word 🙂 That does not do this great word justice so let’s venture into the virtual etymological world – the first site on my Google search was vocabulary.com:… Read More