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Lets learn meaning of the words Nugatory, Behoof, Quadripole,Graphophobia, Ideogeny

Meaning: No Value/Useless/inoperative/trifling

Opposite: Useful/Valubale

Example: Whether this pen is black or blue is nugatory to someone who is blind

Origin : From Latin nugatorius, from nugari ‘to trifle’, from nugae ‘jests’.

Pronunciation: nuːɡət(ə)ri

Meaning: a benefit resulting from some course of action/Advantage

Opposite: Disadvantage/

Example: To create a software for the behoof of the company.

Origin : Old English behōf, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch behoef and German Behuf, also to heave..

Pronunciation: bɪˈhuːf

Meaning: Device having one pair of output terminals and one pair of input terminals

Opposite: -

Example: A machine having a quadrupole arrangement directed at one point to focus beams of subatomic particles.

Origin : Old English behōf, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch behoef and German Behuf, also to heave..

Pronunciation: kwɒdrɪpəʊl

Meaning: Fear of writing

Opposite: Love for writing



Meaning: The study of origins of ideas




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