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I spend most of my time daydreaming and creating otherworldly tales steeped in myth, magic, and romance. All of my heroes have long hair, and my heroines are strong-willed. Prior to being a writer, I played bass guitar in an all-girl hard rock/metal band in southern California. When I'm not writing, editing, or reading, I enjoy practicing target archery.

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Weird Word Wednesday

noun  dyb·buk \ˈdi-bək\
Popularity: Bottom 20% of words

Definition of dybbuk
plural dybbukimplay \ˌdi-bu̇-ˈkēm\ also dybbuks
:  a wandering soul believed in Jewish folklore to enter and control a living body until exorcised by a religious rite
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Origin and Etymology of dybbuk
Yiddish dibek, from Late Hebrew dibbūq

First Known Use: circa 1903

Kelley Heckart
Otherworldly tales steeped in myth, magic & romance.
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