Friday, March 30, 2012


I'm launching a Green-Tionary here in my blog. It's a dictionary of terms that are commonly used when we're talking green stuff. Some of the words, we can easily understand, some have a different meaning when use in green-speak than the original meaning of the word.

It's still incomplete, as I haven't had the time to put the meaning of all the words in lay-man's terms. Help me expand this dictionary. If you have words to add, alternative meanings to the word, or maybe even a correction on some of the words or their meanings, just hit the comment box here, or at the Green-tionary page.


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