You know that Wrath, the deadly sin, means anger. Did you know, however, that wrath has a twin brother? I didn’t, until recently. Meet Wroth.
Wroth [rawth, roth or, esp. British, rohth] (adj.):
2. stormy, violent, turbulent.
His wroth blurred his common sense. At that moment, he was ready to do anything.
10 thoughts on “Twins: Wrath and Wroth”
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Thanks once again Margaux! Most interesting and a beautiful image too.
Sounds like a pronunciation thingy… but I think I’d like to make it a point to use wroth…
Reblogged this on Myas – A Tragic Lady But No TB and commented:
Sounds like wrath is being pronounced with a British accent, however, I’m in.
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She displayed her great wrath with much wroth! (This was when I learned the dangers of upsetting the lady and henceforth strove to avoid doing so.)
Haha! Don’t upset the damsel.
‘Wroth’ is a nice word to say, forms nicely in the mouth I find 😀