Shashi Tharoor, who is famous for his English vocabulary and linguistic knowledge always made us surprise and all over the country too. He did it again and proved himself that why he is a king of words. Now the other word he coined from his word bank is ‘moledro’. Hope, you all have not heard this word before. But its only Tharoor who can bring such unique and different words from his vocabulary.
Well, you all want to know the meaning of the Tharoor’s new word ‘moledro’. According to Shashi, the meaning of the word is ‘a feeling of resonant connection with an author or artist you’ll never meet, who may have lived centuries ago & thousands of miles away but can still get inside your head & leave behind morsels of their experience.’
Word of the Day: From The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows:— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) March 25, 2018
a feeling of resonant connection with an author or artist you’ll never meet, who may have lived centuries ago & thousands of miles away but can still get inside your head & leave behind morsels of their experience
As soon as he posted the word, his followers didn’t take much time to react to it. However, Shashi Tharoor new word that he shared have come from ‘The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows’, a website and a YouTube channel run by John Koenig. The site defines the emotions and feelings of a person which can’t be described by anyone easily.
Check out what Twitterati reacted to the Shashi’s new word ‘moledro’:
One such word every night, our vocab will definitely improve...😆— A_Man (@amaan_ullah001) March 25, 2018
Sir Francis Bacon and D H Lawrence and I can go on🙏🙏 Back home Munshi Premchand , O V Vijayan , and Mahakavi Changampuzha . Yes Ghalib and Firaq Ghorakhpiri too🙏🙏🙏🙏.— Shashi Menon (@cherukote) March 25, 2018
A softly beautiful word to end a beautiful weekend #wordsmith— Tori R (@RealToriRoy) March 26, 2018
First I need to find what does "morsels" means :P ..— Prashant Londhe (@prashantdl7) March 26, 2018
Moledro is a very maudlin thought early Monday morning ......closest I could connect would be Jane Austin , Emily Bronte , Charles Dickens ....— Gayathri Pradeep (@gayathripradeep) March 26, 2018
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