Idiom - definition of idiom by The Free Dictionary Giovanelli, who spoke English very cleverly--Winterbourne afterward learned that he had practiced the idiom upon a great many American heiresses-- addressed her a great deal of very polite nonsense; he was extremely urbane, and the young American, who said nothing, reflected upon that profundity of Italian cleverness which enables people to
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Reiki - Wikipedia According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the English alternative medicine word reiki is etymologically from Japanese reiki "mysterious atmosphere, miraculous sign" (first recorded in 1001), combining rei "soul, spirit" and ki "vital energy"—the Sino-Japanese reading of Chinese língqì "numinous atmosphere"