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  • interj. An indication of astonishment or admiration.

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  • TSB, that's rather a personal question, don't you think?

    March 10, 2008

  • My first reaction to "Zowie" would be to pronounce it as it's pronounced in Frank Zappa's "Wowie Zowie." Zowie should sound like "wow," not "Zoe."

    "It's spelled Raymond Luxury Yacht, but it's pronounced Throat Warbler Mangrove..."

    March 9, 2008

  • Looking at baby-name books? You aren't expecting one, are you?

    March 8, 2008

  • ...Then why spell it all f$%#ed up like that?

    Jeez.

    I was at a bookstore last night looking at baby-name books, because this list got me thinking, and there are an awful lot of really stupid names out there. And not just for celebrities' children.

    Hmph.

    March 8, 2008

  • My understanding is that it's pronounced like "Zoey."

    I would have gone with Chloe...

    March 8, 2008

  • Is this pronounced like "Zoe," to rhyme with Bowie? Or is it "Zowie," like in a Batman comic strip?

    March 8, 2008

  • last name = Bowie.

    March 8, 2008