17 Dec

Leviathan

“A leviathan is a giant sea creature. It can be real, like a whale, or mythical. Moby Dick is an example of a famous leviathan. The word comes from Hebrew livyathan which means a great sea serpent or sea monster. A real leviathan is the giant sea squid Architeuthis, which was photographed alive for the first time in 2005. A leviathan can also be something that is really, really big. The Titanic was a leviathan that now rests with leviathans” via Vocabulary.com

Destruction_of_Leviathan

I love Wikipedia’s disambiguation pages.

It’s a book by Thomas Hobbes, it’s a roller coaster in Canada. It’s a late 80’s film starring Peter Weller, Richard Crenna & Amanda Pays.

10 Dec

Lightsome

lightsome – adjective \ˈlīt-səm\

1.) moving easily and quickly; nimble
“a lightsome buoyant step”

Synonyms: light, tripping, light-footed (of movement) having a light and springy step

also means…
carefree and happy and lighthearted

“trilling songs with a lightsome heart”

Synonyms: blithe, blithesome, light-hearted, lighthearted, cheerful

via Vocabulary.com