April is off to a rocky start for your humble Wordle narrator. Even though it’s beautiful and Spring has finally, finally, sprung, I woke up on April 1st very sick. Not from alcohol, mind you, just from life. A migraine, perhaps, but certainly all one component of dizziness in nature: nausea, separation of the head, weakness, blind crawling feelings.
Not fun! And not the kind of starting day or week or month that leads to productivity or adventure. Something of a crippling pain that is also terrible for writing.
Ah, it happens. It was nature playing an April Fool’s joke on me, I guess. Maybe my luck had run out Finally I can think of Wordle in just one thought! I’m still a little tired, to be honest, so let’s get out of the fun and get to it. It’s Word time!
How to Solve Modern Words
Tips: Chicken, beef, even veggie will do. But the word has many meanings.
Note: There are more consonants than vowels in these words.
I feel a little silly with today’s words. Speak up he was so open that I wasn’t sure Wordle would agree. It did and narrowed my options down to 22. From here, fear it narrowed things down and left me with only two words. And this is where things got worse. I couldn’t think of anything else so I started writing letter by letter and when I got to ‘M’ I thought “Yes, it has to be this!” and I realized only after the second box turned gray STOCK it was better, enough, to think. For whatever reason I just forgot about the ‘T’ altogether.
Oh well! That’s the zero point of guesswork in the four point and zero point of building the Wordle Bot (who thought slate / pinot / story / goods) for the total number of zeros. Zero is not bad! It could be worse!
Today’s Wordle Etymology (Via ChatGPT)
The word “stock” has several meanings and different etymologies depending on how it is used.
Here are some examples:
- “Stock” means availability of goods:
- This meaning of the word comes from the Old English “stoc,” which means the trunk of a tree, mast, or tree, which was used to mean the supply of wood or other building materials or wood. Over time, it came to mean more of any kind of donation or savings.
- “Stock” means a share in a company:
- The word comes from the Middle Dutch “stoc,” meaning stick or stock, which was used to refer to a stick or certificate of ownership in a business. The word was borrowed into English in the 16th century, and by the 16th century, it was used to refer to divisions of the East India Company and other early corporations.
- “Stock” means the trunk or stem of a plant:
- This word comes from the Old English “stocc,” meaning the trunk of a tree or stump, which is also used to refer to the main stem of a plant.
- “Stock” means livestock or livestock:
- The concept of the word comes from the Old English “stocc,” meaning trunk or stem, which was also used to mean the stem or trunk of a family or tribe. In the course of time, they began to refer to the animals that they kept as family or community treasure.
In short, the etymology of “stock” varies according to its meaning, but it usually comes from Old English and Middle Dutch.
Play Word Challenge With Me!
I have been playing expensive PvP Wordle games against my Wordle opponents. Now you have to play against me! I can be your enemy! (With your helpful Wordle tips, of course).
- Here are the rules: 1 point to find Wordle in three views.
- 2 points to hear it in 2 senses.
- 3 points to find in consideration 1.
- 1 point for hitting Erik
- 0 points to hear in 4 senses.
- -1 point to hear in 5 senses.
- -2 points to hear in 6 senses.
- -3 points for disposal.
- -1 point for losing Erik
I wish you could give me a follow Twitter or Facebook dear Wordlers. Stay safe, and happy April!