Word of the day

The word for today is…

neatnik (noun) – One who is habitually neat and orderly.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : Neatnik was formed in opposition to the supposedly scruffy, unshaven beatnik (coined in 1958). The suffix -nik, still unnaturalised in English, is of immediate Yiddish origin, from Slavic (Russian, Ukrainian). English peacenik, also derogatory, dates from 1962. Neatnik entered English in 1959.


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