- From Middle English gyng, gynge, genge, from Old English genge ("a troop, privy, company, retinue"), from Proto-Germanic *gangijan (“pace, walk”). Cognate with Middle Low German gink ("a going, turn, way"), Old Norse gengi ("accompaniment, entourage, help"), Icelandic gengi ("rate"). Related to Old English gengan ("to go"), from Proto-Germanic *gangijanan (“to go”). More at gang. (Wiktionary)
“In particular I really like his lead: It’s a story about how blogging is simultaneously the easiest and hardest thing to breakinto.”
“David: I also have a "tag ging addiction& #8221; ...”
“Sounds like its ging to be a good read. .keep it coming. .waiting for chapter two ..”
“You aren't ging to get rid of Medicare so they are trying to scare people with suggested cuts into the program.”
“Are we ging to have to apologize to everyone now/How weak is this administration?”
“I think this is a big mistake of Democrats, with Specter in the ballot in 2010 Democrats are ging to loose this seat.”
“If not, Adam and I have to figure out what our weekend is ging to look like.”
“God things are not ging well in this country for poor Haley”
“By the way, sometimes I am, myself running the risk of what we in German (sic! ha ha ha) use to call “overgag (ging)”.”
“On top of all of this, Beijing is encoura ging large numbers of Han Chinese to migrate to East Turkestan”
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Sound affects by the ridiculous cartoonist Don Martin
This list was generated by first taking a letter from the alphabet, or any of the initial cluster set of phonesthemes compiled by the ingenious Benjamin Shisler) and then sticking one of the suffix...
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