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  • magic, magical arts

    extraordinary for being a 6 letter word composed entirely of vowels

    May 5, 2008

  • Surprises me that a vowelhound like mollusque hasn't listed this yet.

    June 23, 2008

  • I dunno, it just doesn't grab me. Not monovocalic, not panvocalic, not English--three strikes.

    June 24, 2008

  • Nobody is listing vowelhound. Why don't you?

    June 24, 2008

  • How is not English a strike, Monsieur Panvocalic Polyglot?

    June 24, 2008

  • It's a strike because of claims that it's English when it's Latin (genitive of Aeaea, the island on which Circe lived). I don't see any evidence that it's naturalized in English. But I wouldn't mind listing it if I had an appropriate list.

    June 25, 2008

  • You know what they'd say in Hoboken? "Hey molly, I got your Circe right he-a!"

    June 25, 2008

  • This word is crying out for a ligature. Or three.

    June 25, 2008

  • We'll put it in a three-ligature circus.

    June 25, 2008

  • Oooh. Those are fun. I once went to one in Hoboken....

    Never mind.

    June 25, 2008

  • What is it about Hoboken?

    June 25, 2008

  • Hoboken, Hackensack and Weehawken are my three favourite New Jersey locations.

    June 25, 2008

  • Yarb, aren't those some of the sacred words kept by the Knights Who Say "Ni?"

    June 25, 2008

  • We are no longer the Knights Who Say Ni!

    June 26, 2008