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Where did the word Journal come from?

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From the French. It derives from the word "jour" which means "a day". A "journal" in French is a daily paper.

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The English word "journal" comes from the French word "journal" (same meaning)


Just the word "journal" is a noun, and therefore doesn't have a tense. Journal has come into use as a verb but it has not made it into the dictionary as a verb. I recommend the phrase 'made a journal entry' or 'wrote a journal' if you want to be correct.


The origin for the word journal is1325-75; ME journal daily (adj. and n.) diurnālisdiurnal


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If by journal you mean diary, then the swedish word would be dagbok (lit. daybook).


I like to write a journal about my self.


There are two syllables in "journal". Jour-nal.


I can give you several sentences.I write in my journal every night.Do you like to journal?You can use an online journal.


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Yes, the word journal is a common noun, A proper noun would be the name of a journal, for example, The Journal of the American Medical Association.


the french word for newspaper is journal




It stems from the French word "jour", which means "day".


Being able to follow the dictates of your inner muse allows you to start your journal entry with any word you choose.


There are a number of definitions for the word journal including a log, a newspaper, and a book in which one writes down there personal experiences. However, there is no antonym for this word, only synonyms.


"Journal" is another word for "diary". Both mean records of events kept on a daily basis. "Journal" derives from the French word "jour" meaning "day" and "diary from the Latin word "dies", also meaning "day" The word "journal" has a number of other meanings as well as meaning a diary. It can also be a daily newspaper (this is its meaning in French) or any periodical publication, especially an academic one.


They mean the same: a daily report or chronicle. Journal comes from the French word for day, journée. Diary comes from the Latin word for day, dies.


There are many different ways that you can make a journal entry for burden. You can for example explain how it has come into your life and affected you.


The word 'journal' is a noun only in most dictionaries. However, I have been hearing the word journal used as a verb quite often and it may not be long before it is accepted as a verb and listed as a verb in dictionaries. Oxford University Press Dictionary was the only one with journal listed as a verb, others are sure to follow.


If you mean a journal as in a diary it would be leabhar-latha, if you me journal as in a newspaper or a trade journal, it would be pàipear-làitheil.I'm not good enough with my spoken Gaelic to be able to tell you how either would be pronounced tho.


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magazine professional journal or professional publication



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