Date: Thu May 22 1997 - 07:47:44 EDT
this term refers to the results of exercising one's imagination concerning word
origins so as to arrive at a pristine thought map which for most words will
have been totally different from the thought map attached to it by any given
author or that author's addressees.
false etymology usually explains more about how to fix the meaning of a word
than and true one.
a hearing of most christian spokespersons also brings one to the emetic
appreciation of derivation, as well as etymology, unless, indeed, monstrosities
like dynamite gospel and hilarious giver be felt rather ludicrous than
bearded bill of asheville <firstname.lastname@example.org>
unca not having approved either whom or thereof.
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