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August 20th, 2009

Word o’ The Week VI

And last week’s winner is…Yost! His entry for the word mauliochness (noun) was:

A Swongzee-Tibetan word for manliness. Shen Zu thought that the monk’s charisma while decapitating enemies during battle epitomized the culture’s mauliochness.

Congratulations, Yost! Your prize this week is… a haiku, written by Feldman! (We’ll get that to you later on today or first thing tomorrow!)

And of course, we’ve got another word that needs some defining. It’s:

crowtsin (KRAUT-sin) adjective

Bring on the definitions! Send your submissions to liz@theproductivecough.com by noon Pacific Time on Thursday, August 27th. And of course, BONUS POINTS FOR USING IT IN A SENTENCE!

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First time? Welcome! To play, simply send me your made-up definition for this week’s word. If you use it in a sentence, Feldman and I will give you extra-credit! Thanks for playing!

Here are this week’s entries:

Yost: a word often used in the polish language to describe something as bad or Nazi-like. Johan thought Blarth’s crowtsin hat made him look fat around the ear lobes.
Chris Bulock: Used to describe a woman above the age of 37, clad in a drab sweater, living in a dusty apartment, with a penchant for weak tea and a love of botanical book illustrations. The minister was not surprised to find that only a few members of the local garden club had shown up to the funeral of Ms. Judith Splurt, a most crowtsin woman.
David Malloy: Massive, oversized, comical. The King was amused by the way Lord Gilgot wobbled about under the Blacksmith’s crowtsin hammer during the pherret smash at the Fair.
Jody Feder: The new “bitchin”. Popular in eastern european cultures used to describe something that is pretty flippin cool. Did you see that crowstin _____?!

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