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samme commented on the word nebuchadnezzar
a huge wine bottle holding about 15 liters, 20 times the volume of a regular bottle
December 16, 2006
samme commented on the word mark twain
an old word for the number two, derived from the Anglo-Saxon twegen. The American author Samuel Clemens (1835-1910), who had been a riverboat pilot on the Mississippi in his youth, took his literary name from a traditional riverboat phrase "mark twain", meaning "exactly two" fathoms of water. This was the minimum depth needed for the boats to operate safely without running aground.
samme commented on the list names-of-people-animals-real-fiction-that-became-words
thank you http://wordie.org/people/uselessness for your usefulness : )
samme commented on the list samme-s-words
What is the name of this font that they are using?
December 9, 2006
Can somebody tell me what kind of words I did not include here?
samme commented on the word glbt
gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender
samme commented on the word lgbt
lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender
samme commented on the word eggplant
Talk amongst yourselves! I'll give you a topic, eggplants are neither eggs nor plants. Discuss!
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