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  • What about the paradigms for rake, fake, slake, and bake? I'd look into etymologies and Germanic strong vs. weak verb participles before concluding.

    January 19, 2010

  • One of my coworkers used this word a few days ago, as a past participle of "make". It's a perfectly reasonable construction, I think -- it fits the pattern established by taken and shaken -- but still, I was quite surprised to hear it, especially from a person with a very "professional" dialect.

    Has anyone else heard this word before?

    January 19, 2010