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revolution
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revolution
guignol wrote:
What is RH?
You claim that all other dictionaries are derived from OED and yet you don't even know what all those other dictionaries are named?
guignol wrote:
And how exactly "are examples", anyway?
They are dictionaries not derived from OED. And pretty major dictionaries at that, not just some pokey little ma-and-pa local dictionaries.
Post 11 Nov 2010, 10:32
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guignol



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guignol
raving again, I see...


First sobering, I kinda don't trace your inventions.
(RH - hr, long ARM - SHORT leg; all way too cool for me)

Second sobering, derived not from OED?
Where from then, exactly?

Oh and, third sobering, I don't remember anywhere claiming anything.
Post 11 Nov 2010, 10:44
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revolution wrote:
DarkAlchemist wrote:
Basically we will end up using a guttural variation of a mix mash of various languages ...
Erm, well we already have that. It is called English.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pidgin

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I wonder what the folks of 200 years ago would think of current English? They might say it is crass, weird, silly or nonsensical (perhaps all). I wonder if the folks in 200 years time will look at our current English and say it is antiquated, pompous and too wordy.


I'm surprised you think 200 is enough time to show a difference. Try looking back at Beowulf, now that's some odd stuff!
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