Todays’s word is Þráinsskjaldarhraun: “Þráins shields lava field.”
Things are heating up on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland.
Update: while you’re waiting, you can spend some quality time with Etna:
Update II: Today’s useful phrase: “gently exploding.”
Eruptions in south-west Iceland are of a fluid rock type called basalt. This results in slow-moving streams of lava fed from gently exploding craters and cones.