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Joseph had a goat of many butts [Re: wofahulicodoc] #212529
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TRANUS - euphemism for the planet Uranus

Re: Joseph had a goat of many butts [Re: jenny jenny] #212532
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TRALUS a small fence for vines to grow upon.


----please, draw me a sheep----
(No, Joseph's goat didn't smoke) [Re: LukeJavan8] #212533
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CHIMERA

PRONUNCIATION: (ki-MEER-uh, ky-)

MEANING: noun:
1. A fanciful fabrication; illusion.
2. An organism having genetically different tissues.

ETYMOLOGY:
After Chimera, a fire-breathing female monster in Greek mythology who had a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail. From Greek khimaira (she-goat), ultimately from the Indo-European root ghei- (winter), which is the ancestor of words such as chimera (literally a female animal that is one winter, or one year old), hibernate, and the Himalayas, from Sanskrit him (snow) + alaya (abode). Earliest documented use: 1382.

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CHIMPERA - the Ape Age


Re: (No, Joseph's goat didn't smoke) [Re: wofahulicodoc] #212535
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CHIMER - He who is in step with everyone else

Marines, sometimes [Re: jenny jenny] #212539
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AEGIS

PRONUNCIATION:
(EE-jis)

MEANING:
noun: Protection, support, guidance, or sponsorship of a particular person or organization.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin aegis, from Greek aigis (goatskin), from aix (goat). Aigis was the name of the shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena in Greek mythology. It was made of goatskin. Earliest documented use: 1704.

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ACEGIS - Fantastic Footsoldiers

ALEGIS - drunk footsldiers

AREGIS - the King is gone, and there is no successor to the throne

[u] [i] ///S . T. R . E . A . C . H ///[/i] [/u] [Re: jenny jenny] #212540
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aegis

PRONUNCIATION:(EE-jis)
MEANING:
noun: Protection, support, guidance, or sponsorship of a particular person or organization.
ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin aegis, from Greek aigis (goatskin), from aix (goat). Aigis was the name of the shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena in Greek mythology. It was made of goatskin. Earliest documented use: 1704.
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AEGGS - "a" single egg with plural yolks "s"

might as well be EXXON-MOBIL [Re: jenny jenny] #212543
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CHEVRON

PRONUNCIATION:
(SHEV-ruhn, -ron)

MEANING:
noun: A pattern in the shape of a V or an inverted V.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Old French chevron (rafter, from the resemblance of the pattern to the shape of two rafters on a roof), from Latin caper (goat). The goat connection is not clear. Earliest documented use: 1395.

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CLEVRON - the fundamental, irreducible unit of cleverness

What the Chevy once was... [Re: wofahulicodoc] #212544
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CHEVROD - the slowest rod on the drag strip

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Mmm. Clever, that one ! wink

Doggedly [Re: wofahulicodoc] #212547
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CHEVROD 2. A 1,049-mile auto race from Anchorage to Nome.

CHEVLON A company that produces tools and supplies for auto body work.

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