pon-der

October 6, 2011

From the LATIN “ponderare meaning “to consider” or literally “to weigh” and pondus/ponderis meaning “weight”

verb \ˈpän-dər\

pon·dered

pon·der·ing

Definition of PONDER

transitive verb

: to weigh in the mind : to appraise

: to think about : reflect on

intransitive verb

: to think or consider especially quietly, soberly, and deeply

noun

pon-der-er



2 Responses to “pon-der”

  1. Joe Says:

    Reflection! An essential step in growth and development. Everyone should be a “Ponderer”

  2. Laura Vanderveen, Teacher, London, Ontario, Canada Says:

    “Reflect upon your blessings, of which every man has plenty, not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some”
    ― Charles Dickens


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