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sionnach commented on the word hump-glutteral
Please note that the corresponding meleagrine term is plump butterball.
June 1, 2011
dontcry commented on the word hump-glutteral
Strikes me as quite possibly the kosherest of kosher meat ever.
*hides under porch*
reesetee commented on the word hump-glutteral
Does anyone else get the feeling that language is far more boring today than in Dr. Jamieson's day?
bilby commented on the word hump-glutteral
Next he'll be describing the dinner bell that calls the hubbie to feast on a sheep that died a natural death (as noted by the feisty chief-of-station on CSI: Bannockburn).
What a hump-dinger that will be.
May 24, 2011
Not to be confused with dump-gutteral, the term used to describe the flesh of a beast found on the side of the road.
Or stump-guttural, the term used by linguists to describe the odd fricative-plosive snort made by (certain) Wordniks in response to Doctor Jamieson's more bizarre flights of fancy.
May 23, 2011
hernesheir commented on the word hump-glutteral
The flesh of a sheep that has died a natural death, as distinguished from brazy, when it has died of disease. --Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.
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