MEANING: adjective: Imperfect; flawed; capable of sinning.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin peccare (to err or sin). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ped- (foot), which also gave us pedal, podium, octopus, impeach, peccavi, and peccadillo (alluding to a stumble or fall). Earliest documented use: 1604.


DECCABLE - imprintable on a shellac disc 10" or 12" in diameter which will rotate at 78 RPM and make music

PCCABLE - what you used to need to connect your computer to a keyboard or mouse or printer

PECTABLE - 1. where you look up your chest muscle size to see where you rank
2. not unworthy of being well-thought-of again