It's big. And wordiful. It shall be the final authority on all words here, for fear of DivineRetribution?
. And by DivineRetribution?
, I mean I'll smack you upside the head with it. And it's pretty freakin' big.
The reason that it is massive massive instead of just massive is because of the periphinalia:
English-French/Spanish/Italian/German Dictionaries, huge atlas, list of the biggest of every geographical formation ever, the charter of the UN, the US constitution, a comprehensive list of any symbol you can think of, and five foreign alphabets and the Indo-European language tree on the inside covers.
And yes, all words here really are in a physical, paper dictionary of one(1) volume.
Words yet found: i question whether this is a cromulent use of 'yet'.
- Loganeacious, refering to a particular genus of poisonous shrubs.
- (This came about when I was looking up my own name, which also happens to be three different towns in the United States -LoganGordon)
- Cocainize, which is just what it sounds like
- Lorgnon: Opera Glasses
- An AnaGrams for my name is Lorgnon-Go Ad... yeah... (-LoganGordon)
- Totient: "See Euler's phi-function."
- Euler's phi-function (it came with a pronounciation guide): The function that assigns to each integer the number of positive integers less than the given integer and relatively prime to the given integer.
- In Discrete, we were given Euler's Totient Function. Prof. Bernoff told us he used the word totient in a Scrabble Game (and was challenged and won), but didn't know what it meant. Apparently, this is the only place it is used. It comes from the Latin word totiens, which is modelled after the word quotient.
- Masya and Masyanag: Zoroastrianism (in the Avesta) the first couple, man and woman, created by Ahura Maszda from a rhubarb plant grown from the seed of Gayomart. Also called Mahlya and Mahlyanag.
I will update the list with each entertaining use. Expect many, but later on. -L5
See also WeaponsGradeDictionary? ?
- In 2002 or 2003, the word 'weapons-grade' got added to the Oxford English Dictionary, making it a real word now. Because it wasn't before.