[okgis] RE: word of the day


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  • From: David Wheelock <David.Wheelock AT ag.ok.gov>
  • To: "okgis AT orion.csa.ou.edu" <okgis AT orion.csa.ou.edu>
  • Subject: [okgis] RE: word of the day
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2015 15:37:31 +0000
  • Accept-language: en-US

I believe that would be “ubietist”.

 

David Wheelock, GISP
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Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry
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Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4298
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From: Sheila McGinty [mailto:smcginty AT auduboncompanies.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2015 8:42 AM
To: okgis AT gis.ou.edu
Subject: [okgis] word of the day

 

Dictionary.com’s word of the day is ubiety.

 

Ubiety (n): the property of having a definite location at any given time; state of existing and being localized in space.  From the Latin ubi meaning “where?”

 

My made up word of the day is ubiologist. 

 

Ubiologist (n): one who studies, catalogs, and analyzes ubiety, aka, a GISP or individual working in GIS.

 

 

Sheila McGinty, Ph.D., GISP

GIS Analyst

 

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