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jmjarmstrong commented on the word bajulate
JM loads up his vocabulary and is quite prepared to bajulate with the beast of them.
June 3, 2009
reesetee commented on the word bajulate
Oh, I don't know, trivet...under the bookshelf, over in that corner of the attic where I keep my old school notebooks...you know. Just anywhere.But I disagree--arsle will always have a special place in my, uh, heart. ;-)
March 27, 2007
trivet commented on the word bajulate
Where do you find these gems? This may have replaced arsle (which shouldered out wamble) as my all-time favorite wordie word.
March 26, 2007
Obsolete. To carry (a heavy burden); to carry as a badger would (a "badger" was an itinerant dealer of corn and other commodities who would buy and then carry the goods elsewhere to sell--a sort of middleman).