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super-logos commented on the word pentecontaglossal
What a lovely word as it moves trippingly over the tongue!
August 15, 2008
qroqqa commented on the word pentecontaglossal
Written in fifty languages. Used by James Lindsay in the title of his Pentecontaglossal Paternoster. Note that the prefix pente- is correct: the Greek has the form πεντη- in the combination for "fifty". (So also in Pentecost.)