Holy smokes, it’s the first Saturday of February! It’s also a snow day and I’ve been distracted with housework and basically being a homemaker, cooking, cleaning and organizing, all that jazz. I would be a good dad or “house husband” I guess.
Anyway, I’m late on this post, so let’s skip the preamble and dive right in!
How to solve today’s Wordle
The hint: Very small, and sometimes immediately before soft.
The Clue: This Wordle ends with a vowel.
Every day I check the Wordle Bot to see how I did. You can check your Wordles with Wordle Bot right here.
One of those days where you just don’t get a good opening word and it’s hard to come back from it. Bloat he got me a yellow box and spine it took me another, but it wasn’t until curio that I narrowed it down to just one remaining word: Small for the win!
Competitive Wordle Score
I get no points for guessing on four and -1 for losing to the Bot who got it on three. Alas!
Today’s Wordle etymology
The word “micro” comes from the Greek prefix “mikro-“, meaning “small”. It has been adopted in English and many other languages to denote something that is small in size or scale. This prefix is used in various scientific and general contexts to indicate a factor of a million (in measurements) or to indicate something significantly smaller than the norm or standard size, such as “microorganism” (a very small organism), “microscope” (instrument for viewing very small objects) and “microchip” (a small semiconductor used to perform logic and memory functions).