It isn't You, Mia, having listed quite a few I've never heard of :'o myself! This is one of the most neglected parts of a personal project I've been on for about 15 years, giving up the secrets that history itself won't tell.
Always fascinated to read more from the bare bones of obvious anything, truth is in the structure, knowledge of that form not the end understanding, but a tool that one might divulge a clearer picture of a story.
Language seems so oft a static stable thing, though it seldom stays that way except when 'dead', or mathematics. This is weird for me too, aspects of this language makes it feel like a half~way home, some mad patchwork not quite here, nor truly there.
You made me think that my English is abysmal, Miss A.
Because I spent approximately fifteen minutes scrolling down the last comments page, taking in all those weird, somewhat English-y sounding words you've been posting, and trying desperately to rack my brain for a little scrap of recognition, finding none.
And then I clicked on your list, and read its description. *&^@#!*%!! *censored*