ZYGON

Etymology

Noun

zygon (plural zyga or zygons)

(anatomy, plural "zyga") In the cerebrum, a short crossbar fissure that connects the two pairs of branches of a larger zygal (H-shaped) fissure.

(music, plural "zygons") An affinity or connection in a piece of music between tones, chords, or phrases, such that one part appears to repeat, to imitate, or to derive from the other, especially when perceived as an organising principle in the music; a zygonic relationship.

Source: Wiktionary



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5 October 2022

CONSCIENCE

(noun) motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person’s thoughts and actions


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Coffee Trivia

In 1511, leaders in Mecca believed coffee stimulated radical thinking and outlawed the drink. In 1524, the leaders overturned that order, and people could drink coffee again.

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