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  • 'De jagabat get ah tabanca an gee de saga boy bullpistle til he bazodee.'

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  • 'Obzocky' and 'bazodee' also have an onomatopoeic ring to them.

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  • I totally agree and empathise with one comment that 'We have problems accepting our words like tabanca, bazodee, obzocky and jagabat as legitimate words but no problem with neologisms from American or British varieties of English'.

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  • 'obzocky' and 'bazodee' are particularly creative as there are no words in Standard English to really convey their meaning (s).

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  • light-headed or in shock (from French, abasourdir, "to daze")

    November 24, 2010