#MorphologyMonday : Syzygy


siz·i·jee

[siz-i-jee]
Attention Scrabble players, this is a real word that can be wrought with a Y a Z and two ?’s! Yippee! And even though one does not need to know the meaning of a word whilst racking up these 35 to 70 points (play the colored squares people!!!), such is provided below.

Fun Fact:

planet photoAmazingly, the only English word with three Ys also happens to describe a rare astronomical event involving three heavenly bodies. Asyzygy is the alignment of three celestial bodies in a straight line, commonly the Earth, the Sun and the Moon. [Source:Dictionary.com]