It is the belief of one commentator that “Autumn,” a Latin word, first appeared in English in the late 14th century, and gradually gained on “harvest.” In the 17th century, “fall” came into use, almost certainly as a poetic complement to “spring.”

Equally interesting, by definition cornucopia meansĀ an abundant supply of good things, a symbol of plenty.

With harvest fully dispatched, I pray that the season aptly “falls” into place fashioned with a “cornucopia” of blessings.