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INTEROCULTOR - a raspy voice inside all of us that whispers to us;
Not to worry the Devil is dead.

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INFERLOCUTOR News commentator giving their own opinion.


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CONFRERE

PRONUNCIATION: (KON-frayr)

MEANING: noun: Colleague; a fellow member of a profession, fraternity, etc.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin con- (with) + frater (brother). Other cousins of this word, derived from the same Indo-European root bhrater- (brother), are brother, pal, fraternal, and bully. Earliest documented use: 1425.

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CONFREE - Parole board

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CONIFRERE - a pine tree hugger

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TONFRERE - fat monk.


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PROTEGE

PRONUNCIATION: (PRO-tuh-zhay, pro-tuh-ZHAY)

MEANING: noun: One who is protected, guided, and supported by somebody older and more experienced.

ETYMOLOGY: From French protégé, past participle of protéger (to protect), from Latin protegere, from pro- + tegere (cover). Ultimately from Indo-European root (s)teg- (to cover), which is the ancestor of other words such as tile, thatch, protect, detect, and toga. Earliest documented use: 1786.

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PROTOGE - the primordial dust cloud that coalesced into the Earth

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PYROTEGE - any initiate who survives the test of fire

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(FYOO-guhl-muhn)
MEANING:
noun: One who leads a group, company, or party
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FUGLEMEN -what Johnny Manziel will see tomorrow i.e.
a ///Crimson\\\ blurr converging from both flanks forcing him to run inside where 300lb linebackers wait who have been told that Johnny Football said something bad about their mothers.

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BUGLEMAN - Boogie-Woogie in Company B

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TRAGUS

PRONUNCIATION: (TRAY-guhs)

MEANING:
noun: The small fleshy projection at the front of the external ear, slightly extending over the opening of the ear.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Greek tragos (goat; hairy part of the ear), from the supposed resemblance of the tuft of hair at the opening of the ear to a goat's beard. The word is sometimes also applied to this hair growing in the ear. Earliest documented use: 1684.

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TARAGUS - a spiky vegetable raised on Scarlett O'Hara's farm, considered a a great delicacy if shielded from the sun so it won't turn green as it grows.

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