Notice the lack of the umlaut.
The German Word “Verrückt”
It means “crazy”
Moses Mendelssohn | Name Changes
Moses ben Mendel Dessau (1729-?) He was born in the town of Dessay in Germany to a poor Jewish family. Since Moses had a curved […]
Tokugawa Ieyasu | Name Changes
Matsudaira Takechiyo (1542-1562) Tokugawa was born into the Matsudaira clan. He was given the name Takechiyo, which became temporary. His parents were teenagers, with his […]
The Problem With Johnny Harris’ Video Game Map Theory
Glory be to the grind.
Anaïs Nin | Unique Names
Angela Anaïs Juana Antolina Rosa Edelmira Nin y Culmell (1903-1977) This is her full name. She was born in France to a Catalan father and […]
Protyposymbiosis | Brimo’s Neologism
In order to recognize patterns, we would need to immerse ourselves into them.
Animoglossodiction | Brimo’s Neologism
Since I’ve written about language revitalization, I thought it would be suitable to coin a new word.
Dictioscholastic | Brimo’s Neologism
If there is a need for a new adjective relating to MOOC’s, this is it.
Thalassapolis | Brimo’s Neologism
Another word for floating city