Language and Literature Culls

Language and literature culls from what exists before it develops new words. For example, the 15th century European Golden Age, would've had human comprehension road blocks for folks, say, centuries prior to the proliferating 15th.

Moreover in 1806, Webster publishes a first dictionary after twenty-seven years and a study of, oh, twenty six languages, simply to make American speech comprehensive!

Indeed it's recent considering that a century is a mere 100 years. Making Civil War history in the whole scheme of things, like last night's bloody nightmare.

Sheila Cull