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metaeuphoria commented on the word searchjacking
November 10, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word sobornost
"togetherness" or "integrality"
September 1, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word sporgery
spam + forgery
August 17, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word urgrund
The Urgrund (out old high German “ur�?: out, initially and “reason�?) designates creative first, which holds and from itself brings the diversity out of the world mystisch. Changing designations in German with similar purchase are as origin, Ungrund, abyss.via google.com/translate
June 8, 2007
Der Urgrund (aus althochdeutsch "ur": aus, anfänglich und "Grund") bezeichnet das schöpferische Erste, das die Mannigfaltigkeit der Welt mystisch in sich birgt und aus sich hervorbringt. Wechselnde Bezeichnungen im Deutschen mit ähnlichem Bezug finden sich als Ursprung, Ungrund, Abgrund.
metaeuphoria commented on the word wikigroaning
metaeuphoria commented on the word rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz
Cattle marking and beef labelling supervision duties delegation law
June 1, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word ratholing
Ratholing is a term used to describe a conversation or process that has deviated from its original productive purpose into a generally unproductive but long and winding detour that eventually comes to a dead end. The original discussion purpose may be to agree on a course of action. However, if one or more people rathole into a specific point of the discussion then the discussion stalls with no actionable outcome.In short, a fab word.
May 27, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word dionysian
was she thinking of teh Nietzsche?
April 21, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word koyaanisqatsi
add powaqqatsi and naqoyqatsi as well, even though i've only seen koyaanisqatsi: simply amazing and with a better soundtrack than the other two.
metaeuphoria commented on the word mano cornuta
March 9, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word zrbtt
also see pbbbttt
March 7, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word pbbbttt
according to wikipedia anyway
metaeuphoria commented on the word wordart
not really but maybe
March 1, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the list i-ve-got-a-cunning-plan
February 21, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word semihemidemisemiquaver
128th note. Rarer than a hemidemisemiquaver.
February 12, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word welteislehre
Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I've tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To know that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice.--Robert Frost, 1920
February 8, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the list some-favorites-from-the-compendium-of-lost-words
I need to start working these into daily conversation.
February 7, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the word metaeuphoria
I only 'riffed' on the use of protologism as a word, not the protologism at hand itself.
February 5, 2007
metaeuphoria commented on the list in-action-words
February 4, 2007
here's another: browse; also favorited.
metaeuphoria commented on the list keats
cool list, favorited!
metaeuphoria commented on the word titian
the only eponymous adjective that exactly the same as whom it named for
metaeuphoria commented on the list eponymous-adjectives
see wikipedia, but that list is way too long to add (nor would I really want to).Also, it would be darwinian vs darwinism; added some of the others suggested though.
metaeuphoria commented on the word narf
Of course, the one thing I will always associate with narf!
Note that the word metaeuphoria is a protologism with aspirations of someday becoming a neologism, though its usage remains limited at best. In fact, it lacks meaning because it has no contextual use whatsoever. If anything, it's barely hypertextual through its self-referential mentions at metaeuphoria.com (and now at wordie.org). As a chance linguistic commingling between the prefix meta and word euphoria, you have a state which can only be described as beyond common or everyday euphoria (if only there were such a condition). Any more elucidation requires far keener disambiguation.
February 3, 2007
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