B U I L D
verb (used with object), built or (Archaic) builded; building.
to construct (especially something complex) by assembling and joining parts or materials:
to build a house.
to establish, increase, or strengthen (often followed by up):
to build a business; to build up one's hopes.
to mold, form, or create:
to build boys into men.
to base; found:
a relationship built on trust.
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!ReplyDelete
Anne (Crochet Between Worlds)
What an exciting word! Happy 2015. :)ReplyDelete
What an amazing word for the year! Love each and every meaning!ReplyDelete
What a great word with so many possibilities!ReplyDelete
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'!ReplyDelete
Great word for you!!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
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. :)ReplyDelete