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pronunciation | “cos-mO-‘gI-ral                                     cosmogyral, adjective, english, space, universe, planets, whirling through space, whirl, whirling, whirling around the universe, space!, stars, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, C, unusual words, unusual word, weird words, weird word, strange word, strange words, TARDIS, doctor, doctor who,

pronunciation | “cos-mO-‘gI-ral cosmogyral, adjective, english, space, universe, planets, whirling through space, whirl, whirling, whirling around the universe, space!, stars, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, C, unusual words, unusual word, weird words, weird word, strange word, strange words, TARDIS, doctor, doctor who,

Xavier's School - http://archiveofourown.org/works/655507/chapters/1194314

Xavier's School - http://archiveofourown.org/works/655507/chapters/1194314

frission | words | shiver of pleasure | new words | sayings | www.republicofyou.com.au

frission | words | shiver of pleasure | new words | sayings | www.republicofyou.com.au

pronunciation | \mer-ma\                                     #murr-ma, verb, wagiman, australia, water, feet, ocean, sea, beach, sand, words, other-wordly, otherwordly, definitions, M, murrma,

pronunciation | \mer-ma\ #murr-ma, verb, wagiman, australia, water, feet, ocean, sea, beach, sand, words, other-wordly, otherwordly, definitions, M, murrma,

pronunciation | drap-et-O-mAn-E-a note | Drapetomania first appeared in a pseudoscientific article by an American physician in 1851 as a “mental illness” that caused black slaves to try to flee captivity. It supposedly occurred as a result of a master treating their slaves like equals. But though the first usage of the word is deeply rooted in racism, it derives simply from the Greek δραπετης drapetos, meaning “runaway (slave)”, and μανια mania

pronunciation | drap-et-O-mAn-E-a note | Drapetomania first appeared in a pseudoscientific article by an American physician in 1851 as a “mental illness” that caused black slaves to try to flee captivity. It supposedly occurred as a result of a master treating their slaves like equals. But though the first usage of the word is deeply rooted in racism, it derives simply from the Greek δραπετης drapetos, meaning “runaway (slave)”, and μανια mania

pronunciation |  'kor-di-form\                                     #cordiform, adjective, english, origin: latin, heart, heart-shaped, aww, words, other-wordly, otherwordly, definitions, C, definitely need more adjectives around here,

pronunciation | 'kor-di-form\ #cordiform, adjective, english, origin: latin, heart, heart-shaped, aww, words, other-wordly, otherwordly, definitions, C, definitely need more adjectives around here,

pronunciation | E-‘ter-ni-‘ter-E-an                                     #eternitarian, noun, it's sort of a word, eternity, soul, heaven, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, E

pronunciation | E-‘ter-ni-‘ter-E-an #eternitarian, noun, it's sort of a word, eternity, soul, heaven, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, E

pronunciation | ‘rant-i-pOlfun fact! | this is the only post on Otherwordly so far that can be all three parts of speech, and is the same for each.

pronunciation | ‘rant-i-pOlfun fact! | this is the only post on Otherwordly so far that can be all three parts of speech, and is the same for each.

pronunciation | \us-tU-‘lA-shun\ (click link for pronunciation guide)

pronunciation | \us-tU-‘lA-shun\ (click link for pronunciation guide)

pronunciation | 'cor-us-cAt

pronunciation | 'cor-us-cAt