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    Bane commented  · 

    Google isn’t a “word”, it’s a corporate bastardization of the word “googol”, which represents 100 zeroes preceded by a 1. Proper names are not allowed in word games

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    Bane commented  · 

    Abker fiyt ghiltram. Askem bvik? ( translation; need a language to start, get it?)

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    Bane commented  · 

    It’s the dead white blood cells, dirt, bacteria etc that your body has collected that turn into a white-yellow-green sac (sack, in layman’s terms) under/just above your dermis. Plebe.

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    Bane commented  · 

    Agreed. Varient; Fey
    However. Fae is considered a sur-word, when it isn’t, necessarily. Kind of like calling a.. oh ye gods. Like calling a McChicken a butter-lettuce wrapped, wasabi kobe burger.
    Yes; they originate from the same idea. Are they the same? No possible way, except for some vague similarities

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    Bane commented  · 

    If you can’t define it and/or use it in a sentence you don’t deserve to play it.

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    Bane commented  · 

    Because it’s French and is spelled Détente

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    Bane commented  · 

    That’s what it was. Proper names😴

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    Bane commented  · 

    Lot to remember:
    YES; one of these I DON’T mention IS a word.
    (Spoilers; not Garner, cant, lee, purl, ken, kine or newt)

    Not a word:
    “Oater”- to make/ grow oats; is your friend a corner?
    “Taw”- Oriental concept. Play Qi for 31 points (Scrabble; they don’t care there) now if you ask me about an awl or a tallow, we can talk.
    “Poly”- inadmissible. Descriptor. Roly means especially nothing
    “noob”- Just.. no. Short for “new person”, then “newbie”, then “newb”. Just. *sigh* No.
    “Pronto”- wrong language, friend

    Oh. Anything to do with monetary systems (unless US/UK because hey, they made it) is a no, because the language originated outside the game.

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    Bane commented  · 

    Jammer- a “spryer” in colloquial British English is a tool, akin to a wrench. “Luke” is a proper name, and is the background (some say; there are many reasons for why a word means what it does) for why lukewarm refers to middling/tepid temperature. In the KJV, Luke was at first cold to the idea of a “God”, and then hot, but most of his life was lived in the middle. Perhaps independently, “luc” was meant as the middle son in much of Europe as a descriptor, referencing the middle.
    Educate yourself before complaining.

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    Bane commented  · 

    To be fair; an erg is a measurement, while both kilo and dyne are sub-scripts to denote a magnitude

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    Bane commented  · 

    Let’s be franc, so is a rupee

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    Bane commented  · 

    Absolutely;
    to gain or retain an item or boon from another/place.
    to adorn oneself with a trophy

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