#AtoZChallenge2015: quandary

I found a definition in Wiktionary for quandary, a word which somehow intrigues me. So it goes: "Etymology: 16th century. Origin unknown; perhaps a dialectal corruption (simulating a word of Latin origin with suffix -ary) of wandreth (“evil, plight, peril, adversity, difficulty”), from Middle English wandreth, from Old Norse vandræði (“difficulty, trouble”), from vandr (“difficult, requiring pains and care”). quandary (plural quandaries) A state of not knowing what to decide; … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge2015: quandary