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  • adv. Common misspelling of ad nauseam.

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From ad nauseam, with influence from the common Latin ending -um.

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  • To a disgusting or ridiculous degree; to the point of nausea.

    November 9, 2010

  • This is a common misspelling of "ad nauseam."

    March 23, 2009

  • Museums go to sea?

    October 30, 2007

  • Silly wabbits! Everyone knows that a nauseum is a seafaring museum.

    October 30, 2007

  • For some reason, Frankenstein just popped into my head. ;-)

    October 30, 2007

  • Yes. Of course.

    *worries she's getting an F*

    October 30, 2007

  • Only the sickening ones. ;-)

    October 29, 2007

  • True, but ad nauseum is actually a museum of ads.

    (I'm taking uselessness's madeupical etymology course.)

    October 29, 2007

  • correct spelling: ad nauseam

    October 29, 2007