My New Meme

I received this in an email from a really great friend of mine, and I decided instead of sending this out again thru email (and considering that most of the time I don’t read chain mail either) I would post this on LJ as a meme and would be more likely to get some response.

The mission:
Describe me in one word- Just one single word, in a comment on this post, then I will later post the definitions and the words I’ve received as descriptions of myself (within reason, this is supposed to be fun, and I choose to screen any rude or negative comments, on the chance I get any).

I encourage you to steal this meme and do it yourself!! Remember, you only get ONE word to describe me, and if you so choose you can leave a comment under the word as to why you chose that particular word.

A few I got via email are:

Main Entry: pre·co·cious
Pronunciation: (pri-‘kO-shis)
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin praecoc-, praecox early ripening, precocious, from prae- + coquere to cook — more at COOK
1: exceptionally early in development or occurrence (precocious puberty)
2: exhibiting mature qualities at an unusually early age (a precocious child)
3: prematurely developed, as the mind, faculties, etc.
Synonyms: advanced, gifted, talented, intelligent, early, mature
Antonyms: retarded, backward, slow, stupid, backward, feebleminded, dim-witted, half-witted, simple, simple-minded, cretinous, delayed

Main Entry: re·lent·less
Pronunciation: (ri-lent-lis)
Function: adjective
1: showing or promising no abatement of severity, intensity, strength, or pace
2: that does not relent; unyieldingly severe, strict, or harsh
3: UNRELENTING (relentless pressure) (a relentless campaign)
Synonyms: rigid, unbending, obdurate, adamant, unyielding, inflexible, grim, inexorable, stern, unappeasable, unforgiving, unrelenting, persistent
Antonyms: merciful, ending, intermittent, short-lived, stopping, kind, lenient, merciful, sympathetic, understanding, sporadic, placable

Main Entry: per·sis·tent
Pronunciation: (pər-sĭs’tənt)
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin persistent-, persistens, present participle of persistere
1: existing for a long or longer than usual time or continuously: as
a: retained beyond the usual period (a persistent leaf)
b: continuing without change in function or structure (persistent gills)
c: effective in the open for an appreciable time usually through slow volatilizing (mustard gas is persistent)
d: degraded only slowly by the environment (persistent pesticides)
e: remaining infective for a relatively long time in a vector after an initial period of incubation (persistent viruses)

2: a: continuing or inclined to persist in a course
b: continuing to exist despite interference or treatment (a persistent cough) (has been in a persistent vegetative state for two years)

Synonyms: indefatigable, pertinacious, tenacious, stubborn, steady, continual, unforgettable, lasting
Antonyms: sporadic, irresolute, lazy, relenting, surrendering, yielding, forgettable, deciduous

Main Entry: gift·ed
Pronunciation: (gĭf’tĭd)
Function: adjective
1: having or endowed with great natural ability : TALENTED (gifted children) (a gifted pianist) (the debut of a gifted artist)
2: revealing a special gift or talent (gifted voices) (a gifted rendition of the aria)
3: having exceptionally high intelligence (a gifted child)
Synonyms: accomplished, talented, enabled, precocious
Antonyms: dull, incapable, inept, stupid, unintelligent, untalented, retarded

Main Entry: de·ter·mined
Pronunciation: (dĭ-tûr’mĭnd)
Function: adjective
1: having reached a decision : firmly resolved (determined to be a pilot)
2 a: showing determination (a determined effort)
b: characterized by determination (will deter all but the most determined thief)
c: decided or resolved

3: to settle or decide (a dispute, question, etc) by an authoratative or conclusive decision
4: to conclude or ascertain, as after reasoning, observation, etc
5: to cause, affect or control; fix or decide causally (Demand for a product usually determines supply)
6: to give direction or tendency to; impel
7: to lead or bring (a person) to a decision
8: to decide upon
Synonyms: resolve, adjust, verify, influence, induce, lead, incline, inflexible, unfaltering, unwavering, cause, do, make, choose, take, select, pick, specify, define, delineate, delimit, deliminate, conclude, resolute, ascertained, discovered, observed, stubborn, settled, ambitious
Antonyms: irresolute, unexplained, docile, unsettled, unambitious, ambitionless



~ by Kд§$ị (ИovΔ) on 05/15/2007.

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