(pronounced MAY–ah KOOL-pa)
A Latin term translated as “through my fault” and used as an apology or a formal acknowledgment of personal fault or error.
Example: “Mea culpa! I am horrified that I purged those documents from the
What a fabulous word. Just say it out loud. Doesn’t it sound like what you would imagine honey sounding like if that lovely golden substance had a sound" That’s a good thing because
We don’t particularly care for this word. Images of silvery surfaces of raw meat, deteriorating layers of mystery substances, and dental-enhanced members of the band
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