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dontcry commented on the word aeaeae
We are no longer the Knights Who Say Ni!
June 26, 2008
skipvia commented on the word aeaeae
Yarb, aren't those some of the sacred words kept by the Knights Who Say "Ni?"
June 25, 2008
yarb commented on the word aeaeae
Hoboken, Hackensack and Weehawken are my three favourite New Jersey locations.
bilby commented on the word aeaeae
What is it about Hoboken?
reesetee commented on the word aeaeae
Oooh. Those are fun. I once went to one in Hoboken....Never mind.
We'll put it in a three-ligature circus.
asativum commented on the word aeaeae
This word is crying out for a ligature. Or three.
You know what they'd say in Hoboken? "Hey molly, I got your Circe right he-a!"
mollusque commented on the word aeaeae
It's a strike because of claims that it's English when it's Latin (genitive of Aeaea, the island on which Circe lived). I don't see any evidence that it's naturalized in English. But I wouldn't mind listing it if I had an appropriate list.
How is not English a strike, Monsieur Panvocalic Polyglot?
June 24, 2008
Nobody is listing vowelhound. Why don't you?
I dunno, it just doesn't grab me. Not monovocalic, not panvocalic, not English--three strikes.
Surprises me that a vowelhound like mollusque hasn't listed this yet.
June 23, 2008
orarian commented on the word aeaeae
magic, magical artsextraordinary for being a 6 letter word composed entirely of vowels
May 5, 2008