victoriousvocabulary:

NAIAD
[noun]
1. Greek mythology:  a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.
2. Biology: the aquatic larva or nymph of a dragonfly, mayfly, or stonefly.
Etymology: Ancient Greek Ναϊάδες, Naiades, from νάειν, “to flow”, or νᾶμα, “running water”.
[Annie Stegg - Lilaia the Naiad]

victoriousvocabulary:

NAIAD

[noun]

1. Greek mythology:  a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.

2. Biology: the aquatic larva or nymph of a dragonfly, mayfly, or stonefly.

Etymology: Ancient Greek Ναϊάδες, Naiades, from νάειν, “to flow”, or νᾶμα, “running water”.

[Annie Stegg - Lilaia the Naiad]

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carnivalgraveyards:

Painting on the wall of an abandoned orphanage in New York. 

carnivalgraveyards:

Painting on the wall of an abandoned orphanage in New York. 

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uglyartdolls:

HAHAHH Love this! Ugly Shyla


I deleted my FB and LinkedIn to reduce the asshole factor in my life. If you find me here it’s all good. I will call it kismet. But I know the assholes won’t check here. Because they are too busy trolling facebook HAHA

uglyartdolls:

HAHAHH Love this!
Ugly Shyla

I deleted my FB and LinkedIn to reduce the asshole factor in my life. If you find me here it’s all good. I will call it kismet. But I know the assholes won’t check here. Because they are too busy trolling facebook HAHA

(Source: dlae)

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victoriousvocabulary:

GRACE
[noun]
1. elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action.
2. a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment.
3. favour or goodwill.
4. a manifestation of favour, especially by a superior.
5. mercy; clemency; pardon.
[verb]
6. to lend or add grace to; adorn.
7. to favour or honour.
Etymology: Middle English < Old French < Latin grātia, “favour, kindness, esteem”, derivative of grātus, “pleasing”.
[José Luis López Galván - Traje De Yo]

victoriousvocabulary:

GRACE

[noun]

1. elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action.

2. a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment.

3. favour or goodwill.

4. a manifestation of favour, especially by a superior.

5. mercy; clemency; pardon.

[verb]

6. to lend or add grace to; adorn.

7. to favour or honour.

Etymology: Middle English < Old French < Latin grātia, “favour, kindness, esteem”, derivative of grātus, “pleasing”.

[José Luis López Galván - Traje De Yo]

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parislemon:

wired:

zerostatereflex:

What it might look like if Earth was destroyed by a black hole.
(from 1 Hour of Space)

Well, a happy weekend to you, too!

So terrifying. Yet so beautiful.

:)

parislemon:

wired:

zerostatereflex:

What it might look like if Earth was destroyed by a black hole.

(from 1 Hour of Space)

Well, a happy weekend to you, too!

So terrifying. Yet so beautiful.

:)

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These are animals that have incredible powers you wouldn’t believe

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Oh no please don’t let rats be on this list

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A TOTAL GAME CHANGER FOR STARVING ARTISTS AND FANS

Here is the FAQ for IDYL Music. A stock exchange where the listener and the artist are united in the love of music and both get paid?!!! Crazy? Maybe but I think after watching this idea take shape in the last two years IDYL Music could very well change the face of the music world.http://idylmusic.tumblr.com/…/the-idyl-music-faq-or…

ask me anything

Some of Sugar Hill’s best and newest artists.

uglyartdolls:

HAHAHH Love this! Ugly Shyla

uglyartdolls:

HAHAHH Love this!
Ugly Shyla

(Source: dlae)

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victoriousvocabulary:

NOCTILUCENT
[adjective]
1. shining in the dark.
2. phosphorescent; glowing in the dark.
3. luminous at night. Used especially of certain high clouds.

victoriousvocabulary:

NOCTILUCENT

[adjective]

1. shining in the dark.

2. phosphorescent; glowing in the dark.

3. luminous at night. Used especially of certain high clouds.

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