|From:||Arthaey Angosii <arthaey@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 17, 2003, 14:40|
Emaelivpar Joseph Fatula:
>Very well, perhaps the term ought to be etabnannity, as it is more in line
>with other such terms (maggelity being an obvious influence). Any thoughts
>on the examples of my previous message?
To me, "etabnannery" looks more English than "etabnannity." Words ending
in L fit better with -ity, in N with -ery -- at least to my eyes, but this
is extremely subjective. An adjective form might be nice though --
etabnannerious? etabnannious? Something to parallel "maggelitinous"...
Off on a bit of word-association: "Etabnannery" makes me think of the word
"shennanigans" (or however it's spelled). Must be the "nan" in there. I
also think of crazy nuns running around. In a complex but predictable
pattern, of course. ;)