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Journal of No. 118

February 11th, 2010

The word "anglice", or as you English say, "anglice" @ 07:15 am


It's a little recursively oxymoronic that Lexulous recognizes the Latin word for "in English" as an English word. Thus: "anglice" anglice "anglice".

It may even be bullshit and ordinary moronic.

But hey, it's 78 points.

(besides, my opponent just made pya.)
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Date:February 12th, 2010 03:33 am (UTC)
Well, English borrows from Latin all the time. Why not borrow a Latin word about English that could be said in English but might sound better in Latin?

Journal of No. 118