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#213529 - 12/10/13 09:46 AM Re: some dread fable [Re: Bablakeluke]
Some interesting replies here, Thank you all! I hadn't actually thought to try Googling it myself as I assumed it was most likely rather unique, although 14 billion hits would suggest something quite the contrary! That on it's own is a good reason to not choose a word such as this one. As I'm British myself it seemed some of the variants I heard actually had a French influence; i.e. one pronounced it as "En-yoh", another more "ein-yoh". The pronounciation two people unknowingly shared was as above; "eye-nee-on".
As for a meaning of 'Angels', that's very interesting; it's amazing how some supposedly random words can have such a beautiful meaning.
#213534 - 12/10/13 06:29 PM Re: some dread fable [Re: Bablakeluke]
Yeahbutİ the 14 billion hits never seemed to have ainion in them anywhere.
#213885 - 01/08/14 11:32 AM Ainion [Re: Faldage]
If you exclude the "anion" bit from the google results, there are about 34000 hits left, some of them interestingly referring to
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