January 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Verecund, Verecunda, what does that mean? It’s a fancy way of saying shy, modest, or modest. I often feel Verecunda, especially after preparing to face the day in about 10 seconds while a toddler is demanding biscuits for breakfast, lunch and was not packed, and time is running out. . That’s why I love this product – even if the morning rush and lack of makeup lets you feel a little Verecunda, a coat you liven up fast: It’s just the right blend of subtle and soft, this may be why they call it “shy.” Find out what it is and where to get after the jump …

This is personal fave makeup artist Paula Dorf Lip Slides Lip Gloss Shy in and you can take a bit in beauty shops or on Amazon here. If only it could make a Pb & j too.


Shy, modest.

Verecundus of Latin vereri of (respect). Ultimately from Indo-European root wer- (to watch) who is also the source of words such as worship, conscious, award, beware, warning, sir, Butler, cabinet, panorama, and custody.

“He speaks – his own admission – in English only. And to his credit, it seemed appropriate Verecunda” – Brian Friel, Translations, Faber & Faber, 1995.

“Librarians will have to” do more “(as the vernacular is today) the way we talk Verecunda aloud.” – Mark Y. Herring, smoked herring, herring Shotten, Dacus Library, Winthrop University (Carolina South) in October 1999.

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