MEANING: noun: A short witty saying, often in verse.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin epigramma, from Greek epigramma, from epigraphein (to write, inscribe), from epi- (upon, after) + graphein (to write). Other words originating from the same root are graphite, paragraph, program, and topography. Earliest documented use: 1552.


EPIGLAM - Beauty is only skin deep

EPI-RAM - a Shofar (ram's horn)

PI-GRAM - a message sent by wire next Saturday morning at 9:26 (that'd be 3/14/15 9:26...)