Around the middle of the 20th century a certain myth started to “run” around among proponents of theories that emphasized a strong relationship between language, culture and perception. According to this myth, Eskimo people had an enormous number of words for “snow” (hundreds, according to some accounts). Two very important things were subsequently discovered. One was that most of these languages are polysynthetic, meaning that they could combine a limited set of roots and word endings to create an unlimited set of words. The second, and more intriguing thing, was that each of the so-called snow synonyms defines, in fact, a very particular instance and context for the presence of snow. The word “Nuyileq”, for example, means “crushed ice beginning to spread out; dangerous to walk on. The ice is dissolving, but still has not dispersed in water, although it is vulnerable for one to fall through and sink. Sometimes seals can even surface on this ice because the water is starting to appear.” That is one extremely specific meaning. But the point is that it’s a necessary meaning, a vital one.
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So why all the fuss about synonyms and Google being able to understand them? “Is it such a big deal?” you may ask. When you have your site ranked