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Discussion Topic  RE: pwnership (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Frag is actually from military(Marine?) slang going back to around Vietnam. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: pwnership (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I've heard and used this word hundreds of times, and when it is spelled with a "p", it is always "po......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "noob" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Peeps is definitely not from leet speak. Most of the terms in leet speek have letters replaced by n......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How Much of English is Anglo-Saxon? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Can't we just crawl the OED? Which number did you decide you wanted, the percentage of Anglo-Saxon ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "noob" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Newbie is typically used as an insult. n00b is pretty common in 1337 or "leet"(from "elite") speak,......
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Discussion Topic  RE: pomace, pumice (in Potpourri) by Seanahan
There are a lot of words in English which appear similar, but come from Latin roots. I'm drawing a ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Pimp (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I would put the usage at at least 7 years, which is the earliest I remember for certain hearing of i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: wikiality (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: wikiality (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Wikipedia says that wiki is pronounced "wee-kee", and that in Hawaiian in is typically doubled, as i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: wikiality (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Reasonable common sense (in Foreign Words) by Seanahan
Initially, I thought that all words were translatable, but the more I think about, the more I take t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: wikiality (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
From answers.com ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Son of Double Dactyls (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
"But out, but-insky", is a fairly common expression, or was, maybe 10 years ago. I haven't heard it......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "publication bias" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I don't see how publication bias is anything other than a specific instance of selection bias....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Son of Double Dactyls (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Son of Double Dactyls (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
In data structures, a Double Ended Queue is spelled "dequeue", and pronounced like "deck". It makes......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Commas no longer in vogue? (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
I find it difficult to parse this sentence, due to its length and lack of other punctuation. Perhap......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Commas no longer in vogue? (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Sorry Gooofy, but I can't really find a way to read that sentence with a pause....
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Discussion Topic  RE: slough or slouw (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I'm from the same area as Kalleh, but when talking about the body of water, slough rhymes with glue.......
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