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Discussion Topic  RE: Eponyms Redux (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
The visual is fascinating: ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Floral Terms (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
So if dandelions are a natural diuretic (http://www.safesupplements.co.uk/why-dandelion-natural-diur......
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Discussion Topic  Floral Terms (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Interesting piece in the Wall Street Journal, on the origins of floral terms. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Might it be a quick witted person was "gormful," or "gormy," or even "gormalicious?"...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Arnie: See ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Proofreader: Not sure I am, but in "The Land of Cockaygne" we read "And the larks that are so cou......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
The esteemed Wordcraft community has of course identified the linguistic structures, but that still ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Arnie: Thanks for that! So one might say "He is gruntled, and will soon reach fully disgruntled?" ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
Absolutely! Added to the list!...
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Discussion Topic  Inseparable words versus separts (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Robert Arvanitis
There are a number of words where the "separated" form is unable to stand alone. For example, while......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Miscellaneous Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
"Fugue" in simple form can be either the contrapuntal musical form or the psychological state....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Less-known Counterparts (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
Is there an element of duplication here? "Horri" seems to trace back to hair just as much as "pila"......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Less-known Counterparts (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
After a good night's sleep -- replicate!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Less-known Counterparts (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
And of course, duplicate, and explicate....
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name that body-thing?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
...which is why we refer to the epicanthic fold....
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name for THAT?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
Is "to ravel" the same as "to unravel?" Shades of (in)flammable....
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name for THAT?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
For me, one of the great pleasures of words is finding long-lost relatives, stems that have wandered......
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name for THAT?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
Not to be confused with Bernie Bot's dots (jelly beans of course)... ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name for THAT?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
Oh, and the furry snout of the Schnauzer....
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Discussion Topic  RE: There's a name for THAT?! (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Robert Arvanitis
A footnote or two: Snorkel and snore share an etymology. Nostril shares its origin with thrill and......
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