Journal (noun)

  1. A daily record of events or business.
  2. A periodical publication containing articles and other writings on a particular subject or group of subjects.
  3. A personal diary.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french jurnal, from latin diurnalis, from diurnus "daily", from dies "day".

Examples:

  1. He kept a journal of his trip.
  2. The journal published an article on the research.
  3. The company's financial journal was audited.
  4. The journal had a wide readership.
  5. He wrote in his journal every night before bed.
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