November 23, 2008

In need of definition

From 1934 to 1939 Webster's New International Dictionary carried an entry for "dord", a word that supposedly doesn't exist.

I beg to differ: the word clearly exits and is in need of a definition!

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:33 PM

    Everyone knows what "dord" means, it means the same a "doh".

    Dord of course being the venacular of "good Lord".

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  2. I've noticed a spring in your step lately Caz.
    Dord! Must be the new job.

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  3. It's like the word gullible. It's not a real word, yet everyone knows what it means.

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