ruzuzu has looked up 99652 words, created 621 lists, listed 31055 words, written 8109 comments, added 7949 tags, and loved 1651 words.

Comments by ruzuzu

  • I've just made a list of tubs. Have at!

    July 29, 2015

  • Those Wiktionary definitions are interesting.

    July 29, 2015

  • Thanks, vendingmachine. I've added it to my disturbing-definitions-from-the-century-dictionary. As much as I love the Century (and we all know I do), there are times when it troubles me.

    July 29, 2015

  • I was tempted to make a tub-y list last week. Has someone else already made one?

    July 29, 2015

  • This is one of my favorites: https://www.wordnik.com/lists/the-worshipful-company-of-haberdashers

    July 29, 2015

  • How is this not listed yet?

    July 27, 2015

  • Ah! Thank you! That had something about a panel game....

    *wanders off, mumbling something about the search for confectio Damocritis*

    July 27, 2015

  • Fascinating! What's your source, VM? Is this related to Mickey Finn?

    July 27, 2015

  • Love it!

    July 24, 2015

  • Ooh! That's a good one for my turnips list.

    July 24, 2015

  • It would be fun to know which quotation the Century had here, but sometimes mysteries are more entertaining: "n. In the following quotation the word is used punningly, with reference to the freezing over of the Thames during the winter of 1607-8."

    July 24, 2015

  • "Pear-shaped; having the general shape of a pear; obconic; differing from egg-shaped or oviform in having a slight constriction running around it, or, in section, a reverse or concave curve between the convex curves of the two ends: as, a pyriform vase. See cut of egg under plover."

    Oh, Century, I love you so.

    July 23, 2015

  • Sorry. I was thinking of John Locke.

    July 23, 2015

  • The Rye House Plot?

    July 23, 2015

  • I like your lists.

    July 23, 2015

  • Have at! (You might have seen that I've already added unicorn.)

    July 23, 2015

  • Wedge Schwa would be a great name for a band.

    July 22, 2015

  • Lovely list!

    July 22, 2015

  • "To utter inarticulate sounds in rapid succession, like a goose when feeding."
    -- from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

    July 22, 2015

  • See comments on glitched-definitions.

    July 22, 2015

  • I dig it.

    July 21, 2015

  • I love this list.

    July 21, 2015

  • And bluing.

    July 21, 2015

  • From the Century: "To make dark-colored; specifically, in dyeing and calico-printing, to tone down or shade (the colors employed) by the application of certain agents, as salts of iron, copper, or bichromate of potash."

    See stuffing.

    July 21, 2015

  • The Century has "n. Pomolobus chrysochloris, of the family Clupeidæ, a herring found land-locked in the Ohio and Mississippi rivers," but I think it's now known as Alosa chrysochloris.

    July 21, 2015

  • Ha!

    July 21, 2015

  • Congratulations! You might see some fun stuff on myriad.

    July 20, 2015

  • Add it, if you like. (This is why I love open lists so much.)

    July 17, 2015

  • Thank you, slumry.

    July 16, 2015

  • It's hard to tell why it's not a valid Scrabble word. Maybe it wasn't in enough of the source dictionaries.

    As for dyssynchronicity, I'm certain it will never be playable--but that's because it has 16 letters (and there's only room on the board for 15-letter words). :)

    July 16, 2015

  • I nominate you to make one for us, slumry (if you like).

    July 16, 2015

  • I'd hate to be seen as impertinent. Here's a perty list for our amusement.

    July 16, 2015

  • Fun!

    July 16, 2015

  • Do we have a -pert list somewhere?

    July 16, 2015

  • "A finite pattern that moves like a spaceship but leaves a trail of debris."

    -- Wiktionary

    July 16, 2015

  • The merry color produced by woad and weld.

    July 16, 2015

  • See weld (or dyer's rocket).

    July 16, 2015

  • Ha! Of *course* he does.

    July 16, 2015

  • It all makes sense now.

    July 16, 2015

  • Feel free to plunder the-whole-ball-of-wax.

    July 16, 2015

  • The "term used for witches in Benevento, janara, arguably could be derived from the name of Diana."

    -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witches_of_Benevento

    July 16, 2015

  • ""They were very aggressive, very lairy, looking for trouble, and they got it really," (Robin) Lee told BuzzFeed News. "There was a PCSO and about four police officers, actually about seven of them on the platform, and a couple of them were being lairy and were wanting to antagonise me.""

    -- http://www.buzzfeed.com/patricksmith/artist-arrested-for-charging-his-phone-on-the-london-overgro

    July 13, 2015

  • Huh. I just got propago as a random word.

    July 13, 2015

  • These are great, hernesheir! I arrived here after getting meat-safe as a random word.

    July 13, 2015

  • I like your lists.

    July 13, 2015

  • I like this one from the Century: "A coarse sweetmeat, professedly made from the root of the plant, but really composed of little else than colored sugar."

    July 13, 2015

  • I arrived here after getting a clew.

    July 12, 2015

  • Thanks, vendingmachine!

    July 10, 2015

  • This rock paper business worries me--will scissors finally emerge unbeaten in every game of rock, paper, scissors?

    July 10, 2015

  • Cf. ratite.

    July 9, 2015

  • "A somewhat rare congenital condition of the sternum is a sternal foramen, a single round hole in the breastbone that is present from birth and usually is off-centered to the right or left, commonly forming in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th segments of the breastbone body. Congenital sternal foramens can often be mistaken for bullet holes."
    -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternum

    July 9, 2015

  • "Fractures of the breastbone are rather uncommon. They may result from trauma, such as when a driver's chest is forced into the steering column of a car in a car accident. A fracture of the sternum is usually a comminuted fracture."
    -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sternum

    July 9, 2015

  • Thanks, alexz. I'd often wondered about that.

    July 9, 2015

  • Unantilanguaging?

    July 8, 2015

  • Undelanguaging?

    July 8, 2015

  • Let's see... reposting a previously deleted comment. Reantiantelanguaging?

    July 8, 2015

  • Fabulous!

    July 8, 2015

  • I really like your lists, kalayzich. Thank you!

    July 8, 2015

  • Is speechlessness the same as antidelanguaging?

    July 8, 2015

  • The list, I mean.

    July 8, 2015

  • Oh! I got it to work just now--but I copied "tree-free-paper-alternatives" from the URL at the top.

    July 8, 2015

  • Weird. Is it because tree-free-paper-alternatives already contains a hyphen?

    July 8, 2015

  • Yes! And I'm imagining the Aussie equivalent would be hillbilby speed bumps.

    July 8, 2015

  • Thank you, vendingmachine. That is the dream of every jokester who has laughed about "recycled toilet paper."

    July 8, 2015

  • It's getting bigger and bigger every day.

    July 8, 2015

  • That's great, ry. I like the bit about weeds, too.

    July 7, 2015

  • No, no. I insist.

    July 7, 2015

  • :)

    July 6, 2015

  • One more thing, then I'll stop. (I swear!) Scalia has collaborated with lexicographer Bryan Garner: http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/books/2012/08/reading_law_antonin_scalia_and_bryan_garner_s_guide_to_textualism_reviewed_.html

    July 6, 2015

  • And there's this thing about using dictionary definitions in opinions. (See "LOOKING IT UP: The Supreme Court's Use of Dictionaries in Statutory and Constitutional Interpretation" By Kevin Werbach http://werbach.com/stuff/hlr_note.html)

    July 6, 2015

  • Ha! Haha. Thank you, slumry.

    July 6, 2015

  • Gosh, I'm glad to have the Visuals back.

    July 6, 2015

  • It would be fun to have a list about advertising (ad, advert, advertise...), but I wonder whether it'd get all spammy. Do we have one already?

    July 6, 2015

  • That is so cool!

    July 6, 2015

  • Beans, beans. Or a musical flute.
    The more you eat, the more you toot?

    July 6, 2015

  • Not Centaurea cyanus (the "common cornflower"), and not Cichorium endivia (curly endive), though "chicory" has been used to refer to either.

    July 6, 2015

  • love

    July 6, 2015

  • A round of fufluns, on me!

    July 2, 2015

  • Ach! How did I miss this list? I love it!

    July 2, 2015

  • This is such a great list!

    July 2, 2015

  • I adore this list.

    July 2, 2015

  • Also, see papaver.

    July 1, 2015

  • Is it anything like jump the shark?

    July 1, 2015

  • See bully.

    July 1, 2015

  • Such an interesting word: mining, beef, football, pimps.

    July 1, 2015

  • Brackets around "bilky," please.

    June 25, 2015

  • Oh! Never mind. I see that the word plinth has already been adopted by reesetee. Thanks, reesetee.

    June 23, 2015

  • And maybe don't mention it to TankHughes over on plosives-from-front-to-back.

    June 23, 2015

  • Uh, anyone need a plinth? Free to good home (you provide transportation).

    June 23, 2015

  • Oh. That would be weird, wouldn't it? A birthday plinth. Ha. Who'd think that was a good idea?

    Um. Excuse me. I'll be right back.

    June 23, 2015

  • *favorited*

    Also, how do you feel about the word plinth?

    June 23, 2015

  • I love everything you post, and I feel the same way about myself--all the time. More! Post more!

    June 23, 2015

  • Found myself here after looking up the word sough.

    June 22, 2015

  • I prefer death by chocolate.

    June 22, 2015

  • Fine, fine. I guess I just nominated myself, didn't I?

    June 22, 2015

  • I was going to yoink this for my cattle list, but I see that it's already there. Now I'm wondering whether there are any bison or buffalo lists anywhere--excuse me while I roam off to where the deer and the antelope play.

    June 22, 2015

  • Thank you, bilby. As you know, I'm also fond of misheard-numa-numa-lyrics.

    June 22, 2015

  • I think this is a great place for comments and feedback, erlome. I'll note two things. First, our benevolent Wordnik overlords only track the number of words we've looked at when we're actively logged in to the site--and we can each change our own settings to decide how much of that information we'd like the rest of the world to see. Second, the venerable Century definitions are still here--but only for those words that are old enough to have been around before the dawn of lolcats and yolo. (My favorite Century definitions tend to have the word hence in them--I even made a hence list.)

    Anywho, I'm glad you're here!

    June 18, 2015

  • "Blaschko's lines, also called the Lines of Blaschko, named after Alfred Blaschko, are lines of normal cell development in the skin. These lines are invisible under normal conditions. They become apparent when some diseases of the skin or mucosa manifest themselves according to these patterns."

    -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaschko's_lines

    June 17, 2015

  • Fabulous! Thank you.

    June 16, 2015

  • I adore this list.

    June 11, 2015

  • I'll make a comment about this later.

    June 11, 2015

  • See res ipsa loquitur.

    June 11, 2015

  • Unfunfufluns, then?

    June 11, 2015

  • Anyone care for some fufluns?

    June 11, 2015

  • A mi me gusta mucho.

    June 11, 2015

  • The Latvians I know say something more like "BIT-eh." So, yes--it's more like "bitter" than it is like something which could produce honey.

    June 11, 2015

  • In Latvian, bite means bee.

    June 10, 2015

  • Or maybe a false cognate?

    June 10, 2015

  • I know. I was trying to remember that, too. Is it just a false friend?

    June 10, 2015

  • I like your lists.

    June 10, 2015

  • Those etymologies are fun.

    June 10, 2015

  • I just got comate as a random word--I had no idea coma can also mean hairy.

    June 10, 2015

  • "Although nutraloaf can be found in many United States prisons, its use is controversial. It was mentioned by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1978 in Hutto v. Finney while ruling that conditions in the Arkansas penal system constituted cruel and unusual punishment. Prisoners were fed "grue", described as "a substance created by mashing meat, potatoes, margarine, syrup, vegetables, eggs, and seasoning into a paste and baking the mixture in a pan." The majority decision delivered by Justice Stevens upheld an order from the 8th Circuit Court that the grue diet be discontinued."

    -- http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nutraloaf&oldid=658869419

    June 10, 2015

  • Love this--it'll never get boring. Ha. Hahaha.

    June 9, 2015

  • Ha!

    June 9, 2015

  • "A frame-saw with a narrow blade, used to cut curved kerfs. See cut under saw."

    -- from the Century Dictionary

    June 8, 2015

  • Lovely!

    June 8, 2015

  • Funny. I don't see anything here about tappens.

    June 8, 2015

  • See from soup to nuts.

    June 8, 2015

  • "The old phrase "from soda to hock", meaning "from beginning to end" derives from the first and last cards dealt in a round of faro. The phrase evolved to the better known "from soup to nuts".

    -- http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Faro_(card_game)&oldid=663781630

    June 8, 2015

  • "The faro game was also called "bucking the tiger" or "twisting the tiger's tail", which comes from early card backs that featured a drawing of a Bengal tiger. By the mid 19th century, the tiger was so commonly associated with the game that gambling districts where faro was popular became known as "tiger town", or in the case of smaller venues, "tiger alley". In fact, some gambling houses would simply hang a picture of a tiger in their windows to advertise that a game could be found within."

    -- http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Faro_(card_game)&oldid=663781630

    June 8, 2015

  • Dear qms,

    I'm sorry I haven't written a get-well verse for you yet. Everything I try to rhyme betrays my dislike of cars and drivers--and since most of the people I know happen to be drivers, I thought maybe I'd cool off for a bit.

    Get well soon,
    ruzuzu

    June 3, 2015

  • Thanks slumry. I'm adding haberdine, too!

    June 2, 2015

  • Thanks for making this an open list. I added chifforobe (a instead of o), which lost me a church spelling bee in my home county.

    May 28, 2015

  • Ha! Thanks, Erin.

    May 26, 2015

  • You might like this list: https://www.wordnik.com/lists/2015-new-words

    May 22, 2015

  • Also see comments on medlar.

    May 22, 2015

  • I'm fond of the toad lilies, too (especially Tricyrtis hirta).

    May 18, 2015

  • What a lovely list!

    May 18, 2015

  • "n. A fanciful or humorous harmonic combination of two or more well-known melodies: sometimes equivalent to a Dutch concert."

    What's a Dutch concert?

    May 18, 2015

  • "X2Zero has looked up 0 words, created 0 lists, listed 0 words, written 0 comments, added 0 tags, and loved 0 words."

    May 17, 2015

  • Wow! In order for this sort of thing to be successful, we must have bunches and bunches of Wordniks in Jonesboro. Greetings, Jonesborers. Er, Jonesboravians? How did you find us? Is the mall at Turtle Creek all it's cracked up to be?

    May 17, 2015

  • Thank you, TankHughes. You inspired it!

    May 15, 2015

  • Thank you for pointing me in that direction--I'd never read "The Lovers of the Poor." She's great!

    May 15, 2015

  • I assumed it would be "convolocakecious."

    May 15, 2015

  • I believe qms just offered an emancicaketion proclamation.

    May 14, 2015

  • That's the best use of arms akimbo I've ever seen!

    May 14, 2015

  • See copaiba.

    May 11, 2015

  • Does anyone have a list of these somewhere? Have we looked up 7457?

    May 4, 2015

  • Hahaha!

    April 30, 2015

  • Nice list! I just added grail.

    April 30, 2015

  • That might bear repeating.
    *disappears into self*

    April 30, 2015

  • Not what I was expecting.

    April 28, 2015

  • You're in good company. You might enjoy looking at this list: a-supposedly-fun-thing-ill-never-do-again.

    April 28, 2015

  • I had no idea Black's was online. (It looks like it's just the 2d edition, but still. Fun!)
    Thanks, alexz.

    April 28, 2015

  • "Cerf or Le Cerf is a French-language surname, derived from cerf, meaning "hind", "hart" or "deer"."

    -- http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cerf_(surname)&oldid=642733208

    April 28, 2015

  • See cattle grub.

    April 28, 2015

  • Also see philtrum.

    April 27, 2015

  • I like this list. Arcades ambo.

    April 27, 2015

  • Excellent.

    April 27, 2015

  • Wax on... and on... and on....

    April 27, 2015

  • Eek! TankHughes, I'm glad I was able to point out that list to you, but I'm sorry to contribute to the demise of another. May I console myself with the thought that you'll eventually replace it with a new list for our amusement?

    April 23, 2015

  • Thanks, qms. :)

    April 23, 2015

  • Have you seen http://wordnik.com/lists/location-slang? There might be some yoink-worthy things there.

    April 21, 2015

  • This is adorable and freaks me out at the same time.

    April 21, 2015

  • Excellent list!

    April 21, 2015

  • I just added glitter. Gross.

    April 16, 2015

  • I found my way back here from monofilament of shoelaces, which I'd seen after looking up immixture (again).

    April 16, 2015

  • I relish these comments.

    April 16, 2015

  • This is fantastic.

    April 16, 2015

  • 我的老师不是鸭子。

    April 16, 2015

  • What's a home circle?

    March 25, 2015

  • Oh, fun!

    March 5, 2015

  • See long time no see.

    March 3, 2015

  • I find it amusing that some of the earliest comments seem to be missing--does anyone remember how the whole Dara Torres Olympic horse jumping momentum started to build? Did it have something to do with skipvia and priapic elves?

    March 1, 2015

  • I should note for those of you playing along at home that there are references here to Dara Torres, etc. See, e.g., 42.

    March 1, 2015

  • The other examples for this one are interesting, too. One calls MRSA a "super bug" and others seem to come from an article about using maggots to combat it. Bugs versus bugs.

    February 28, 2015

  • Aw, thanks vm--you're making me feel bashful.

    February 27, 2015

  • See?

    February 27, 2015

  • Add as you like! As I'm sure you know, "open list" is my middle name.

    February 27, 2015

  • "Having the shape of a grain of sesame: especially applied in anatomy to small independent osseous or cartilaginous bodies occurring in tendinous structures."
    -- from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

    February 26, 2015

  • "n. A name in the seventeenth century of the chignon."
    --from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

    February 26, 2015

  • Wait. Wikipedia says it's Paracelsus. "The dose makes the poison."

    February 26, 2015

  • Your comment on homeopath reminds me of Galen. "The poison is in the dose," etc.

    February 26, 2015

  • Are there no salt manufacturing lists on this site? Umbrage! I nominate vendingmachine to create one for us.

    February 26, 2015

  • perspicacity!

    February 25, 2015

  • I find the 2008 sionnach to be piquant and robust, but the new French varietals are charming as well.

    February 25, 2015

  • Ready, aim... fyrd.

    February 25, 2015

  • Love this!

    February 24, 2015

  • Me, too.

    February 24, 2015

  • VM, the first thing to do is to get to mollusque's user page. There should be a spot with all the lists there--at the top. The other option is longer, but you can always type in "http://www.wordnik.com/users/mollusque/lists" (and follow that pattern for anyone else, too--just replace the username in the middle). Hope that helps!

    February 24, 2015

  • A prune isn't really a vegetable. Cabbage is a vegetable.

    February 23, 2015

  • Fantastic!

    February 23, 2015

  • Yum! Thank you!

    February 23, 2015

  • See giuggiola for citation. Also see jujube.

    February 22, 2015

  • We should have a wordnikwiki page! Wordnikipedia? (I think that's better than wordniquicky.)

    February 22, 2015

  • *press*
    Ooh! Another delicious food pellet!
    You're the bestest vending machine ever, vendingmachine!

    February 22, 2015

  • Me too, vendingmachine.
    And me too, bilby.

    February 19, 2015

  • It's spelt nebraksa, thankyouverymuch.

    February 18, 2015

  • How did I miss this? Nice list!

    February 18, 2015

  • "The Greek name for fennel is marathon (μάραθον) or marathos (μάραθος), and the place of the famous battle of Marathon (whence Marathon, the subsequent sports event), literally means a plain with fennels."
    -- from Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fennel&oldid=645159327)

    February 18, 2015

  • See Black Death.

    February 18, 2015

  • From the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English: "n. (Ferula communis), has stems full of pith, which, it is said, were used to carry fire, first, by Prometheus."

    February 18, 2015

  • 4:32.

    February 18, 2015

  • I adore agapanthus. I was going to make a snarky comment about how it would take a very specific set of circumstances to see an African plant in the native habitat of an antechinus, but then I was having fond memories of how I used to haul tubs of agapanthus inside to protect them from Nebraska winters, so, there's nothing I can say to that.

    February 18, 2015

  • Or cane toads. Amirite?

    February 17, 2015

  • I decided against making a comment about how I'm all about that bass-paper--so I still have the two cents I saved, if you'd like to borrow them.

    February 15, 2015

  • Excellent idea. I nominate you to create that list, vendingmachine.

    February 15, 2015

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  • so myriad led to banzai via tags and I added that...therefore banzai, ruzuzuzuzuzu

    July 20, 2015

  • Thank you, bilby. As you know, I'm also fond of misheard-numa-numa-lyrics.

    June 22, 2015

  • This made me think of you: http://www.metrolyrics.com/song-ml-video-cea.html
    It was probably the bananaphone.

    June 18, 2015

  • I only just recently noticed that there's a comments section! Yikes! Anyways, unreal-laurens-friend-finder is up and running and needs contributions! So many exclamation points!

    June 16, 2015

  • Eek! TankHughes, I'm glad I was able to point out that list to you, but I'm sorry to contribute to the demise of another. May I console myself with the thought that you'll eventually replace it with a new list for our amusement?

    April 23, 2015

  • I'd respond to you on my list... BUT I DELETED IT! *shock* It made more sense to add my 4 to tbtabby's Location Slang list instead. I'm happy someone else has made a large list that I can legitimately add Canadian tuxedo and Mexican wave to.

    April 21, 2015

  • Thank you for your kind comment of December 15, ruzuzu. It pains me to have overlooked your comment for so long but, in the absence of the Community page, I seem to have been looking in the wrong places for evidence of activity. I had begun to fear that I was the only one still visiting regularly.

    When I last communicated with Erin she wrote that she had a fix for the Community page but was having difficulty getting it installed on the server. I think it is possible we will not have the Community page back until after the holidays. I hope people will not have lost the habit of visiting.

    I hope your holidays are happy ones.

    December 22, 2014

  • Nope. Just dry pita pocket editions.

    August 11, 2014

  • Hey babe, read any good hummus books lately?

    August 10, 2014

  • Thanks, bilby. I needed that.

    July 21, 2014

  • Can you ask around for me then? I'm sure they come from Riga.

    *chortle chortle chortle*

    July 18, 2014

  • I'm really only a half-Lat. I have no idea what a marole is.

    July 18, 2014

  • What is a marole? I thought I might as well ask a Latvian.

    July 18, 2014

  • I don't know of a list for obsolete and disused science terms. Maybe time to start one?

    May 11, 2014

  • I vote we name the inherent sound of fun ruzuzurrus

    March 19, 2014

  • And so do I!
    But I don't understand how we are supposed to find this █████ comment box on one's profile.

    February 21, 2014

  • Hi ruzuzu. Bovine traces detected over at jomo.

    December 13, 2013

  • Hey ruzuzu, I have tripled the length of your calculator words list - hope you like it!

    May 13, 2013

  • I haven't heard her perform. I did have a chance to listen to her read some of her poems. She did them more than justice!

    April 16, 2013

  • I knew she plays the sax. Have you read 'Crazy Brave' yet?
    I wonder how many people realize the etymological significance of the title.
    Playing the sax is 'crazy brave' of course.
    The sax is the ultimate soul instrument with its long neck and throaty sound (see nephesh)
    My niece Ramona has taught me that well!
    She has 'crazy brave' in her blood, too.

    April 16, 2013

  • Me? Why?
    *retaliates with a volley of fufluns*

    January 28, 2013

  • Fonk you, ruzuzu.

    January 28, 2013

  • gallbladder!

    December 13, 2012

  • Spent the past half-hour reading your lists and almost choking on them. Love you!

    December 5, 2012

  • Thanks for sharper ruzuzu!

    November 8, 2012

  • *yawn*

    July 22, 2012

  • Thanks for the red admiral! By the way, I borrowed some of your spiders for my own little collection.

    July 10, 2012

  • Hi ruzuzu.

    It took me a while to find this reply box.
    Thank you for the welcome message.
    Please feel free to comment on my lists or add words to them.

    Robert

    May 22, 2012

  • Huh! Can't even make the pronunciations play at "hot dog"....go figure. ACK!

    April 25, 2012

  • So, the feedback page is otiose? 'Zu, are you able to create pronunciations? I'm having no luck at all. Is it broke? Can we access pronunciations of old?

    April 25, 2012

  • And I less than three you! Miss you guys. You know how it feels sometimes, though... I visit often but can't find anything to add to the conversation.

    I really wish there was an easier way to follow threads. If you don't spend lots of time here, you have to open all links on the Zeitmunity page. There has to be a different way!

    March 29, 2012

  • Thanks, 'zu. I probably would have found it eventually if I'd spent more time. Cheers!

    March 16, 2012

  • oh thank you, good catch!

    February 1, 2012

  • Thanks! Start -geddon ready to add some words...

    http://www.wordnik.com/lists/geddon--1

    January 29, 2012

  • Glad you liked my definition of Bulgar - I'm a total newbie. Don't know how to create a list, or what its purpose is, or how to use it, etc. Tips?

    January 20, 2012

  • What's all the fuss about <3' secret messages? Ah! I see! Can it really be as simple as hiding messages behind' hearts?

    January 14, 2012

  • Perhaps I'm <3' not' as smart as I think I am.

    January 13, 2012

  • Hmm.

    January 13, 2012

  • Dear ruzuzu,

    You are <3' the opposite of' a terrible bore.

    Yours with no <3' thing but' fondness,

    Yarb.

    January 13, 2012

  • Thanks, Pro!

    January 13, 2012

  • <3'<3'<3'

    January 13, 2012

  • I'm happy to hear that! Nobody had said "welcome to Wordnik" before you did, but I've been feeling more and more at home here, lately.

    January 9, 2012

  • *grins*

    January 4, 2012

  • Aww, shucks. You're awfully nifty yourself. :-)

    January 4, 2012

  • Here's another comment. Phew!

    January 3, 2012

  • Eek. I'm at 6666 comments. I was going to make a joke about how that's bad luck, but then my browser stopped working.

    January 3, 2012

  • kumanan brought it to my attention that the palindrome code was not ignoring spaces, so I fixed it. You'll be seeing "And it's a palindrome" on multi-word palindrome pages by the end of the day. In the interim, here's a list to celebrate to new feature: http://www.wordnik.com/lists/semordnilap

    November 30, 2011

  • Dear ruzuzu,
    Glad to see you.
    Love, ruzuzu

    November 29, 2011

  • Man, I missed all the excitement--I was busy here in nebraksa watching corn grow and paint dry.

    July 30, 2011