- Latin laniatus, past participle of laniare. (Wiktionary)
“Bedded on new made scones240 and cakes in piles to laniate.”
“Bedded on new made scones [FN#240] and cakes in piles to laniate.”
“To laniate j to wonod with any (harp point drawn along.”
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These come from gamma meditation ,I think.
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Words that taste of violence, trauma, blood and brain, gore-some and slippery with vitreous humours. Lovely words, some of them! And the loveliest thing is how many of them are so *effective*, ma...
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