Word of the Day (la parola del giorno)

Word of the Day: Costanza

I saw the word costanza in an article recently, and it was like getting hit in the face with a marble rye. SEINFELD. George Costanza (aka Art Vandelay).

In Italian, the noun costanza means constancy or stability. It comes from the Latin, constare: to stay together, to be still, to remain stable.

In other words, it doesn’t have anything to do with George Costanza.

The Assistant to the Traveling Secretary himself

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