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sionnach commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
Is homonym a homonym for homonin?
November 5, 2008
reesetee commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
I really don't mean anything, mollusque--I just happened to see that term used on Wikipedia. But thanks for providing the real term. :-)
dontcry commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
yarb commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
Aha! So yeti* keep company with horses!
*it just seems like the plural should be yeti.
mollusque commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
I think you mean homonins, reesetee. But yeti, sasquatch and bigfoot can't be classified scientifically without a sample to study. DNA testing showed that a sample of supposed yeti hair came from a wild horse.
You know what they say..... "big feet, big..."
It depends. Does Sasquatch have big feet? You know, for his size.
Aside: Apparently all of these creatures can be classified as homins. Who knew?
I'm pretty sure these are distinct species, though. What about bigfoot vs sasquatch?
I'm with you on this one, Lampbane. Also, Bigfoot has more than one foot, I'd imagine. Otherwise, those tracks would look mighty funny.
November 4, 2008
lampbane commented on the word yeti v bigfoot
Yeti sounds more exotic.
Bigfoot... well, it has big feet, right?
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