Verboticism: Mythicaligraphy

'Wow! Look what my grandpa gave me!'

DEFINITION: n. An old media format that is no longer popular or easily accessible, such as floppy disks, VHS tapes or stone tablets. v. To try to access data stored in an old-fashioned media format, especially it requires the use archaic technology and/or protocols.

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Mythicaligraphy

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: mith/i/ca/lig/ra/fee

Sentence: Since no one under the age of twenty uses cursive writing anymore, handwritten essays have become mythicaligraphy.

Etymology: mythical + caligraphy

Points: 497

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Comments: Mythicaligraphy

silveryaspen - 2008-03-14: 17:10:00
What's in a hand? Applause for this word! Outstanding!

diyan627 - 2008-03-15: 11:15:00
marvelous word! love it!~

OZZIEBOB - 2008-03-16: 17:06:00
Another top word.