Finitude and Finishiative


WORD OF THE DAY
Finitude FIN-ə-toodPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, 1640s
1The state of having limits or bounds.
 
Examples of Finitude in a sentence “The fussy toddler’s mother was quickly reaching the finitude of her patience. ” “There is a finitude of fresh produce at the convenience store.”
WORD OF THE DAY
FinitudeFIN-ə-toodPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, 1640s
1The state of having limits or bounds.
 
Examples of Finitude in a sentence “The fussy toddler’s mother was quickly reaching the finitude of her patience. ” “There is a finitude of fresh produce at the convenience store.”

FINISHIATIVE NOT sure, if I created it 🙂 but I have been using this ever since I joined a Management Course in IMDR Pune in 1988;  to emphasize the fact that to be successful – INITIATIVE is not enough, one must strive to Finish It the Tasks, Meet Objectives, Achieve Plans,  Attain Goals in order to be successful in our own Eyes.  And I began to use the word FINISHIATIVE in my talks, in my writing and initially people asked about it and later – as they began paying attention to my Semantics filled speeches and lectures they began to understand the meaning and some even asked me if they could borrow it.   I do not know if it originated from it as I am not able in my right memory to remember a Guru who gave me this “Made-up word”. so readers are free to use it as they deem fit.  – No credit required. 

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