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    & other words not used nearly enough.

    With it being a Friday I expect a few of you to be gambrinous, possibly leading to abderian fits, borborygmus and emunction, but please do refrain from sabrage or a wanweird could await you.

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    brought back happy memories of Genesis and slippermen from the lamb lies down.
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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Halo Jones again.

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    bletcherous - a word that will be abused shamelessly!

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    Gambrinous - later!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sysman View Post
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    Cheers HJ. Reminds me of 'fizgig', which from memory means:

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    My 14 favourite words are here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo Jones View Post

    & other words not used nearly enough.

    With it being a Friday I expect a few of you to be gambrinous, possibly leading to abderian fits, borborygmus and emunction, but please do refrain from sabrage or a wanweird could await you.

    Happy Weekends
    Looks like a high-brow Victorian version of the Urban Dictionary, with equally many made up words that no one ever used.

    This sounds quite interesting too The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll through the Hidden Connections of the English Language by Mark Forsyth
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