What are the differences between a "puzzle" and an "enigma"?
All dictionaries say about the "mysterious" effect in the word "enigma".
Native speakers, do you really make use of the "enigma" only when you want to say about something mysterious for you?
And, thus, can I say something like that:
- "This idea is an enigma for me"
(In a sense that I cannot understand the sense of it.)
- "It's an enigma for me why some adults watch cartoons"