Word Of The Week (WOW #6)

Word Of the Week (WOW) is a weekly meme created by Heena rathore P. (me), it’s a fun way to improve your vocabulary by learning new words every week.


If you want to participate then simply do a post with your WORD and leave the link to your post as a comment on my WOW post (like this one.)

Here’s this week’s WOW:


Word: Pentacle

Part Of Speech: noun; plural noun: pentacles

Pronunciation: /ˈpɛntək(ə)l/


a talisman or magical object, typically disc-shaped and inscribed with a pentagram, used as a symbol of the element of earth.

• a pentagram.

• (pentaclesone of the suits in some tarot packs, corresponding to coins in others.

Synonyms: quincunx, cinque, lustrum, pentad.

Antonyms: inverted pentacle.

Word Origin: late 16th century: from medieval Latin pentaculum, apparently based on Greek penta-‘five’.

Use in sentence: “The steel blade is suitably blunt, and the pommel has a pentacle embossed upon both sides.”


I hope you guys like this word and hope it’s useful to you in some or the other way!

If you want to check out more words like this, then visit my page-

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Have a great day!

22 responses to “Word Of The Week (WOW #6)”

  1. “The Pentacle – The ancients envisioned their world in two halves – masculine and feminine. Their gods and goddesses worked to keep a balance of power. Yin and Yang. When male and female were balanced, there was harmony in the world. When they were unbalanced there was chaos.”

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  2. Pentacle is such a pretty word. It must be the ‘cle’ ending – it reminds me of ‘icicle’. I really like your sentence using the word, too. A pommel embossed with a pentacle sounds beautiful. Great choice of word this week, Heena.

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