donricklin has looked up 1 word, created 3 lists, listed 48 words, written 45 comments, added 7 tags, and loved 1 word.

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  • Potentially the opposite of a procrastinator. One who rushes to be the first to do something or does not wait to do what ever it may be!

    December 16, 2008

  • An often misused word.

    November 16, 2008

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    November 15, 2008

  • opposite of brobot

    November 8, 2008

  • So the a sororal robot would be a sisbot?

    November 2, 2008

  • We're all Bozos on this bus.

    October 23, 2008

  • One of my favorite juggling/busker troupes of the late '70s, early '80's in New England, a la 'Brothers Karamozov', predecessors to Blue Man Crew stuff.

    October 11, 2008

  • Delicatessen is full of them!

    October 11, 2008

  • duck you sucker

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail shape and rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail shape and rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail shape and rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • also a kind of sail shape and rigging.

    October 11, 2008

  • I was trying to see how many I could remember without referring to his page.

    October 10, 2008

  • a jazz alternative to paradiddle.

    October 10, 2008

  • really old shit

    October 10, 2008

  • fewmet, feces, scat, spoor, crap, number 2, turd, shit, coprolite

    October 10, 2008

  • and the Lost Riders of said sage.

    October 9, 2008

  • How can you be in two places at once , when you are nowhere at all?

    October 9, 2008

  • and with these words 'Norwegian Woods' becomes Oedipus Rex's theme song.

    October 6, 2008

  • brings to mind too many vets returning from Iraq.

    October 5, 2008

  • quod·li·bet

    October 4, 2008

  • quod·li·bet\Quod"li*bet\ (kwo^d"li^*be^t), n. what you please.'>L., what you please. 1. A nice point; a subtilty; a debatable point. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) Also quodlibertarian and quodlibetic - purely academic!

    October 4, 2008

  • Seems this happened after the Big Bad Wolf was turned into the Big Bad Despot! and now the Wicket Woof! LOL.

    Not!


    October 4, 2008

  • What a Pooka or Pookie does.

    September 17, 2008

  • The object of a pooka's pooking!

    September 17, 2008

  • cymbalom - Hammered dulcimer with many different names. There are actually oriental versions. Sizes range from small trapezoidal table top instruments through large self-standing concert grand Romanian/Hungarian instruments. A predecessor of the Piano Forte. The so called 'Appalachian Dulcimer' has no true relation to this one. It is one of many misnamed instruments.

    September 17, 2008

  • moshe Boontling dialect for Machine. See kimmies of the codgy moshe.

    September 17, 2008

  • codgy Boontling dialect for for Old as in Codger. See kimmies of the codgy moshe.

    September 17, 2008

  • kimmies Boontling dialect for Men. See kimmies of the codgy moshe.

    September 17, 2008

  • kimmies of the codgy moshe, meaning "Once-Young Men and their Old Machines." found at by Dale the publisher of MAKE: Magazine.

    September 17, 2008

  • It started with horses! See first comment citing. Seems it is now an S&M thing.

    September 8, 2008

  • From Wikipedia: 'most commonly refers to the act of inserting a piece of fresh, skinless ginger into the anus or rectum. The ginger causes a strong burning sensation in the anus without causing permanent damage.'

    September 7, 2008

  • figging see Figging

    September 7, 2008

  • Phtholognyrrh pronounced: Turner, According to a Mr. Turner who insisted on signing his name that way according to Robert M. Rennick in I Didn't Catch Your Name, Verbatim® Vol. XXix, No2. Mr Turner explains: " Look, the phth is like phthisic, which is pronounced t; olo is like colonel, which is pronounced ur; gn as in gnat is pronounced n; and yrrh as in myrrh, is pronounced er. So you have Turner. Nothing could be simpler." Reader's Digest, Jan . 1941, p. 42

    September 1, 2008

  • There is also Phtholognyrrh pronounced: Turner, According to a Mr. Turner who insisted on signing his name that way according to Robert M. Rennick in I Didn't Catch Your Name, Verbatim® Vol. XXix, No2. Mr Turner explains: " Look, the phth is like phthisic, which is pronounced t; olo is like colonel, which is pronounced ur; gn as in gnat is pronounced n; and yrrh as in myrrh, is pronounced er. So you have Turner. Nothing could be simpler." Reader's Digest, Jan . 1941, p. 42

    September 1, 2008

  • crwth, a 5 letter word with no vowels (except in pronunciation).

    August 30, 2008

  • aeaea a 5 letter word with no consonants, the myhtical home of Circe.

    August 30, 2008

  • polysemaniac: This what I am! 'I can not stop committing polysemania!' said with a glint in my eye and intent on my tongue!

    August 7, 2008

  • Let it be noted that of the twelve resource icons listed above only Google Book Search lists anything with three book citings of the word polysemania. One is a compilation of articles from Verbatim® Quarterly!

    Thank you whichbe for a first comment on one of my word postings!

    August 3, 2008

  • polysemania pol·y·se·ma·ni·a n POLYSEMY + MANIA ; syncope of polyseimania: compare mineralogy (1985) an abnormal awareness of possible ambiguity; an uncontrollable tendency to bring to mind the inappropriate or unintended sense of a word in any context.

    From an article Polysemania, Semantic Taint, and Related Conditions by John Ellison Kahn, appearing in Verbatim®, The Language Quarterly, Vol. XII, No. 3 Winter 1986.

    My Favorite Word!

    August 3, 2008

  • muggly from muggy and ugly in reference to weather.

    July 30, 2008

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