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jmjarmstrong commented on the word nudiustertian
JM learned a new word the day before yesterday but had to wait until today to use it as it was nudiustertian
November 22, 2009
Prolagus commented on the word nudiustertian
@ bilby, she: threemorrow in Fourceelian.@ meeralee: Italian has dopodomani (the day after tomorrow) and avantieri/avant'ieri (the day before yesterday).See also ereyesterday and... underyester(?).
February 5, 2009
sol commented on the word nudiustertian
Finally I found the name of The Day Before Yesterday.
February 4, 2009
she commented on the word nudiustertian
Ooh, oh! Overmorrow.
August 15, 2008
bilby commented on the word nudiustertian
So did we ever locate a word for the day after tomorrow?
meeralee commented on the word nudiustertian
I just remembered that Hebrew has words for "the day before yesterday," "the day after tomorrow," and "yesternight." I'm not sure if any of them have adjectival forms, though.
February 18, 2007
uselessness commented on the word nudiustertian
What can I say? I had a sheltered childhood. ;-)
February 16, 2007
abraxaszugzwang commented on the word nudiustertian
uselessness, you're awful touchy about your naughty sounding words, aren't you? Haha!
chained_bear commented on the word nudiustertian
I thought the same thing, but that was nudiustertia. (Yes, I know I've taken liberties with this word but there doesn't seem to be a suitable form. So, it's mine now.)
I would love a briefer word with the same meaning. But this particular term is a little too close to "nude distortion" for me, and I cannot speak it.
reesetee commented on the word nudiustertian
I dunno. Good word, to be sure, but it sounds like one of those that would cause people to look at you strangely, as if you just suggested they take off all of their clothes. ;-)
Dude. This is now one of my favorite words. How many times, Lord, how many?! Have I wished for a word to describe "day before yesterday," and lo! It was there all along, and I, simply too ignorant to know about it. *sigh* Thank you, Wordies. I am home.
sionnach commented on the word nudiustertian
also here, one of my favorite word sites. Well, not a citation so much as a definition.
None of the standard links will find anything on this word, but there's a citation here and another here.
February 15, 2007
I find it awesome that English has an adjective as specific as this; it's along the same lines as antepenultimate, I suppose.
January 30, 2007
gwaldon commented on the word nudiustertian
pertaining to the day before yesterday
December 7, 2006