Wednesday, May 13, 2009

It has "Gag" in It


funny word of the day: gaggle


Definition from Merriam-Webster:



Main Entry:
gag·gle
Pronunciation:
\ˈga-gəl\
Function:
noun
Etymology:
Middle English gagyll, from gagelen to cackle
Date:
15th century
1: flock ; especially : a flock of geese when not in flight — compare skein
2: a group, aggregation, or cluster lacking organization

2 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I think I'm gonna like this blog a lot! So many good ideas here!

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  2. Please, please, please do "Collywobbles" next!
    Oh, I'm almost rollin' on the floor here, I love it! I should now try to write a blog including all of these words, bwaha-hah!

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