A showpiece rodent.
Here's a twist on new word day -- a bunch of anagrams. Review: an anagram is a word that is made from the same letters as another word. For example, the letters in dare could also spell read.
Here are today's anagrams. (with commentary)
By the way, don't take any of these personally. I got them all from a website called sternest meanings, and therefore cannot claim responsibility or credit.
If you don't find your name here, don't be offended. I probably tried it and it wasn't funny.
Maieutica = I am a cutie (I swear I didn't know about this when I created the word Maieutica).
Ammon Chase = Means macho. (lucky name for a boy!)
Betsy Anderson = Bossy, neat nerd. (sorry Bets!)
Russ Anderson = Darn! Sourness. (revenge isn't necessary, Russ.)
Sean Wood = New toad connives. (I knew about the conniving part, but...)
The Prevot family = Fatter, homely VIP. (ouch! I can only post this because they are neither of these.)
And now, my personal favorite....
Eric Stephen Wood = Showpiece rodent. (still laughing. Sorry Eric. Maybe mom and dad were trying to say something about how you looked as a baby.)