Migration patterns, cultural ties, geographic regions and class differences all shape speaking patterns
In the context of artificial intelligence, the word means "to produce false information" and "present it as if true"
The word means “style, charm or attractiveness” or “the ability to attract a romantic or sexual partner"
As technology's ability to manipulate reality improves, we're all searching for the truth
A math historian explores how "x" came to stand in for an unknown quantity
Additions like “digital nomad,” “anti-fat” and “liminal space” reflect the dynamic nature of the English language
They believed that the stories of marginalized communities were worth chronicling
The term describes behavior that's "unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy, slovenly or greedy"
Searches for the term, defined as the "practice of grossly misleading someone," skyrocketed in 2022
French scholar Jean-François Champollion announced his decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphs on September 27, 1822
Linear Elamite, a writing system used in what is now Iran, may reveal the secrets of a little-known kingdom bordering Sumer
Jewish doctor L.L. Zamenhof created Esperanto as a way for diverse groups to easily communicate
A new DNA analysis suggests the enigmatic civilization was native to the Italian Peninsula
The Tuxtla Statuette illuminates an endangered Latin American culture
The Germanic writing suggests Slavs used an alphabet more than 200 years earlier than previously believed
At the dawn of the 19th century, the young Brit got caught in an international crisis while touring Europe
New scholarship points to a paradox of historic scope: Our writing system was devised by people who couldn’t read
Who speaks Latin these days? A surprisingly large number of people, thanks to the late friar, who died on Christmas Day at 81
These five October releases may have been lost in the news cycle
Governments around the world grapple with how to deliver important guidelines on minimizing the spread of COVID-19
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