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BONELESS S-->O BOLONESE
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by Faldage @ 24 minutes 48 seconds ago
Originally Posted By: ollyI didn't see ainion in any of them Type in 'Ainion meaning" there are references to elves and angels. Anything saying how to pronounce it?
Q&A about words Re: Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by jenny jenny @ Today at 08:12 PM
And speaking of fine/natural/clunky: Say tsuwm, what snazz rule ok's your strange quirk of beginning each new sentence with a lower-case letter?
Miscellany Re: What are Words?The structure of language and logic by olly @ Today at 06:32 PM
Still don't get it Jenny! WORDS HAVE NO ABSOLUTE MEANINGS; WORDS ONLY HAVE FUNCTION No problem there! Maybe its the Budhha/socrates/In the beginning scenarios that are distracting me.
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 06:14 PM
Orson Scott Card, author of current movie "Ender's Game", uses a form ainu, to mean an inner part of an individual even deeper than a soul.
Q&A about words Re: Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by olly @ Today at 05:57 PM
Homework, I'd say! I'd say, homework!
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by olly @ Today at 04:54 PM
I didn't see ainion in any of them Type in 'Ainion meaning" there are references to elves and angels.
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by Jackie @ Today at 11:49 AM
My first thought was to pronounce it like onion but with a long A at the beginning: ayn-yun. The spelling is confusing.
Wordplay and fun - - -without by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 11:40 AM
Nosebled d > s BONELESS
Wordplay and fun INOCULATED from Life by Living in High Society by jenny jenny @ Today at 11:13 AM
+ t INOCULTATE - a western member of an eastern cult who meditates while drinking latte and misses his train.
Wordplay and fun Re: High Society by wofahulicodoc @ Today at 07:18 AM
INOCULATE PRONUNCIATION: (i-NOK-yuh-layt) MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To treat with a vaccine to induce immunity against a disease. 2. To introduce an idea into someone's mind. 3. To safeguard or protect. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin in- (in) + oculus (eye
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by Faldage @ Today at 06:20 AM
Originally Posted By: tsuwm>14 billion hits what's up with that?! they all seem to be false hits (okay, I didn't look at all of them). Really. I didn't see ainion in any of them. Nor anion neither, which is what Google seemed to think I wanted.
Wordplay and fun Re: Endy is obliged .. by endymion6 @ Today at 01:58 AM
ENNOBLES N ---- > D ... and he truly means it .. he delved & delved, being so elated by Jen's comments (you're the best, J-J) ... but all he can come up with, after trying 'noisome' and 'lesion' attributes, and 'bolstered' by nothing much clo
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by tsuwm @ Yesterday at 11:38 PM
>14 billion hits what's up with that?! they all seem to be false hits (okay, I didn't look at all of them).
Miscellany Re: New name, but why can't people pronounce it? by Faldage @ Yesterday at 10:28 PM
For one thing you have a conflict between onion and ion. Also the Ai could be pronounced like a long A or like eye. That's four pronunciations right there. You might also get the inion part pronounced like the bump on the back of the skull, IN-ee-
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