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Things I draw can be found on my art blog.
1. moving upwards; to rise; ascension.
2. pertaining to an uphill wind produced by the effects of local heating.
3. (formerly) pertaining to any upward-moving air current.
Etymology: from Greek anabatikos, “relating to ascents; to climbing”, from anabainein, “to go up”.
Nonce-word: the desire of revenging oneself or of taking vengeance.
Etymology: from Latin vindicta ”vengeance” + volens, present participle of velle ”to wish”, modeled after malevolence.
dream world; never-never land; a pleasing place existing only in dreams or imagination; a fantasy land.
Etymology: German traum, “dream” (from Old High German troum, from Proto-Germanic *draumaz; akin to Low German Droom, Dutch droom, English dream, Danish drøm) + welt, “world”(contraction of Old High German weralt, from Proto-Germanic *weraldiz. Cognate to English world, Dutch wereld, Swedish värld).
Informal: interest in a former lover; a continuance of love for a previous partner.
Etymology: Greek agápe (love in the spiritual sense) + -sis (a suffix denoting process, state, condition).
winged; having wings.
Etymology: Latin aliger; ala (wing) + gerere (to carry).
im still alive but im barely breathin
one who practices divination by the observation of water.
Etymology: Late Greek hydromanteía - divination by water.
of or relating to dreams.
Etymology: Greek óneir(os) - dream.
becoming languid or fatigued; becoming spiritless and listless; losing interest.
Etymology: Latin languescent-, languescens, present participle of languescere - to become faint.
1. remembering with sadness the absence, deprivation or loss of someone or something loved.
2. to yearn for, miss, be homesick for.
3. to pine; grieve; mourn.