Did you perhaps mean queen?
- From Middle English quemen "to please" from Old English cwēman "to gratify, satisfy, please" from Proto-Germanic *kwēmijanan (“to please, be convenient, suit”), from Proto-Germanic *kwemanan (“to come”), from Proto-Indo-European *gʷem- (“to go, come”). Compare obsolete Swedish kväma, Danish kvemme. Related to come. (Wiktionary)
“As kidlets we wud skip Sundai Skool to go up the street to get teh HOT DOUGHNUTS NAO frum the quisy queem.”
“You get to ARRIVE at your new place with a very comfortable, instant queem bed that fits in your back seat, trunk or backpack.”
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Words that can replace Latinates.
Bona fide words that appear misspelled or made-up. See also “Correctly-spelled words that look like misspellings of other words”.
I ought to use these more often.
Comprised of obsolete(ish) words that sound really, really made up, often because they're just words that already exist with one letter changed as though coined by an easily amused pothead, y know?...
Looking for tweets for queem.