To be vain is to vanish

Just a quickie note, both words (vain and vanish) come from the same root, vanus (Latin for idle or empty). It’s better to think of anything we’d consider “vanity” as something that vanishes.

So that’s cool.

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4 Responses to To be vain is to vanish

  1. mobiuswolf says:

    I was thinking the vain vanish in their vanity, without the furniture joke.

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