My Word! March 22

Habitat
Noun
Hab-i-tat
1: the place or environment where a plant or animal naturally or normally lives and/or grows
2: the typical place of residence of a person or a group
3: a housing for a controlled physical environment in which people can live under surrounding inhospitable conditions

The natural habitat for most Floridians during the months of July and August are air conditioned.
Habitat can be traced back to its first use in English in 1796. We got it from (where else?) the Latin word habitare.

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Betsey Ellis

Betsey is a recovering agent of Satan (.i.e. a legal professional) now working towards a lifetime goal of becoming a perfectly sane cat lady, medieval clothing designer, and occasional playwright. Maybe even finish my doctorate.....nyah, probably not, who needs another expert in Elizabethan Law and its effect on the growth of the middle class.