Saturday, January 3, 2015

2015 Word of the Year

B U I L D


verb (used with object), built or (Archaic) builded; building.

1.
to construct (especially something complex) by assembling and joining parts or materials:
to build a house.
2.
to establish, increase, or strengthen (often followed by up):
to build a business; to build up one's hopes.
3.
to mold, form, or create:
to build boys into men.
4.
to base; found:
a relationship built on trust.

;-)  -Marci

8 comments:

  1. Build sound like a great word for the new year! All four meanings hold something special. I can't decided which meaning I find most important. I reckon each has it's own value at different times. Thank you for sharing your word with us!

    Take care
    Anne (Crochet Between Worlds)

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  2. What an exciting word! Happy 2015. :)

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  3. What an amazing word for the year! Love each and every meaning!

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  4. What a great word with so many possibilities!

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  5. ohhhh what an awesome word for any year! Love it Marci! you are so awesome, we are sending wishes that your 2015 is full of 'build'!

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  6. Hi Marci! I saw your blog button over at my blog friend Sherry's blog 'Thrift My House. She is such a sweetie! Anyways...The name of yours sounded like something I would like to know more about, so popped on over! So glad I did. I will be adding my name to your followers! I look forward to reading more!

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  7. This is not my word of the year, but I needed to read this. It really spoke to me and helped me. I am adopting it as one of my "co-words" (I just made that term up!). Thank you, Marci. :)

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