Verboticism: Blancognize

'Who's the lucky lady?'

DEFINITION: v. To be unable to remember the name of a person you are speaking to, even though you've had a long-standing, and perhaps even an intimate relationship. n. An inability to remember a person's name.

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Blancognize

Created by: doseydotes

Pronunciation: ˈblaŋk-og-nīz

Sentence: Biff squinted his eyes at the man, wondering who the gorgeous hunk could be. "YOU DOLT! How can you blancognize your own IDENTICAL TWIN BROTHER?!" the beautiful stranger bellowed.

Etymology: Blanc, from the Latin root blanco, or blonde, meaning, idiot; Cog, from Lego, an oblique reference to the spinning of the world and each of us being but a tiny anonymous piece of the whole; and lastly, Nize, from Nordic, meaning the pleasure of ignorance.

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Comments: Blancognize

stache - 2008-03-04: 16:16:00
hilareous etymology; you made that up, didn't you?

silveryaspen - 2008-03-04: 17:03:00
Your sentence left me laughing, but your etymology has me roaring with laughter! Great word associations ... heck ... great mind associations!

doseydotes - 2008-03-04: 17:16:00
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