Passion Vs Patient

This is so cool.

The other day, I was out buying some things with my other half. We ended in his favourite golf house and buying some stuff. As I was listening to their blurry conversation, out of nowhere he began to actually spelling P A S S I O N. I was like, and why were you spelling the word to him? And his answer was simply, well I somehow dont want him to be mistaken with with the other word, P A T I E N T.  Instantly, I was like oh ok, this is so cool, Passion Vs Patient. What a tajuk, i thought. He he..

Anyway, just to add on to our little knowledge today, here are how these two words with such a similar pronounciation yet meaning so differently 🙂 Unabridged (v 1.1)Cite This Source

pas·sion      [pashuhn] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation


1. any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling, as love or hate.
2. strong amorous feeling or desire; love; ardor.
3. strong sexual desire; lust.
4. an instance or experience of strong love or sexual desire.
5. a person toward whom one feels strong love or sexual desire.
6. a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire for anything: a passion for music.
7. the object of such a fondness or desire: Accuracy became a passion with him.
8. an outburst of strong emotion or feeling: He suddenly broke into a passion of bitter words.
9. violent anger.
10. the state of being acted upon or affected by something external, esp. something alien to one’s nature or one’s customary behavior (contrasted with action).

and the other one, 🙂 Unabridged (v 1.1)Cite This Source

pa·tient      [pey-shuhnt] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation


1. a person who is under medical care or treatment.
2. a person or thing that undergoes some action.
3. Archaic. a sufferer or victim.


4. bearing provocation, annoyance, misfortune, delay, hardship, pain, etc., with fortitude and calm and without complaint, anger, or the like.
5. characterized by or expressing such a quality: a patient smile.
6. quietly and steadily persevering or diligent, esp. in detail or exactness: a patient worker.
7. undergoing the action of another (opposed to agent).

Have a relaxing weekend ! 🙂

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