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#220654 - 03/26/15 11:34 AM medieval physician's realm [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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LEECHDOM

PRONUNCIATION: (LEECH-duhm)

MEANING: noun: A remedy or medicine.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English laecedom (medicine, healing), from laece (physician). The word for the bloodsucking parasite has a different origin. Earliest documented use: 900.

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LECHDOM - Poland under President Walesa

LETCHDOM - oily and offensive sexual innuendo

LEECHDOME - where bloodsuckers play football

LEACHDOM - the practice of Septic Tank maintenance

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#220655 - 03/26/15 11:37 AM Re: medieval physician's realm [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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LEECH.COM their personal web site
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#220659 - 03/26/15 05:17 PM Re: medieval physician's realm [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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ˇlechedọ̄m! - The command Elsa gives to freeze hell over using Cryokinesis.

Warning: Como sigas dando la lata te va a dar una leche.

ˇlẹ̄chedọ̄m!- The remedy

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#220662 - 03/27/15 08:18 AM Parkinsonian gait [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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FESTINATE

PRONUNCIATION: (verb: FES-tuh-nayt, adjective: -nayt, -nit)

MEANING:
verb tr., intr.: To hurry or hasten.
adjective: Hurried or hasty.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin festinare (to hasten). Earliest documented use: 1616.

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BESTINATE - won the pie-eating contest

FESTAINATE - to cover with rust-marks

FEISTINATE - jaw thrust out, easily offended, and spoiling for a fight; pugnacious


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#220665 - 03/27/15 10:59 AM Re: Parkinsonian gait [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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FASTINATE Lent: meals, then no meals, and on and on
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#220673 - 03/27/15 10:56 PM Re: Parkinsonian gait [Re: LukeJavan8]
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Loc: Alaska
FISTINATE – Natural-born bare-knuckle fighter.

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#220676 - 03/28/15 11:56 AM Re: Parkinsonian gait [Re: Tromboniator]
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#220688 - Yesterday at 07:15 AM a ringing success [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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SATURNINE

PRONUNCIATION: (SAT-uhr-nyn)

MEANING: adjective
1. Sluggish.
2. Gloomy.
3. Cold.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin Saturninus (of Saturn). From the ancient belief in astrology that those born under the planet Saturn’s supposed influence had its characteristics. Since Saturn was the farthest known planet at the time, it was believed to be the slowest and coldest. The planet received its name after the Roman god of agriculture. Earliest documented use: 1433.

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SATIRNINE - SNL is going to move a few hours earlier

SATURNIZE - associate with brethren over the weekend (the night before we would have said "fraternize")

SAMURNINE - two more have joined the Magnificent Seven

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#220701 - Today at 02:28 PM Quicksilver [Re: wofahulicodoc]
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MERCURIAL

PRONUNCIATION: (muhr-KYOOR-ee-uhl)

MEANING: adjective:
1. Fickle; volatile; changeable.
2. Animated; quick-witted; shrewd.
3. Relating to the metal, planet, or god Mercury.

ETYMOLOGY: After Mercury, Roman god of commerce, thievery, eloquence, communication, etc. The planet is named after the god and in ancient astrology those born under the supposed influence of Mercury were ascribed his qualities. Earliest documented use: 1300.

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MEA-CURIAL - pertaining to my own personal division of the church

MER-BURIAL- Dumbledore may have seen a few of there underwater interments in some untold tales

MERC-URINAL - My Grand Marquis is so well equipped it comes with its own, er, facilities

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