The Coranians are a drawrven race of beings from Welsh mythology -  the adjective form of this name is translated as "stunted" or "dwarfish".

The Coranians are a drawrven race of beings from Welsh mythology - the adjective form of this name is translated as "stunted" or "dwarfish".

Free Printable Fish Adjective Forms Worksheet

Free Printable Fish Adjective Forms Worksheet

This fire cider recipe is a traditional folk remedy master tonic infused with powerful anti-microbial, decongestant, and circulatory herbs and spices. Click to learn how to make it!

Fire Cider Master Tonic

This fire cider recipe is a traditional folk remedy master tonic infused with powerful anti-microbial, decongestant, and circulatory herbs and spices. Click to learn how to make it!

Furphy {Is there an adjective form of this word? Furphyate? Furphyfluous? I'm going to say it is: "...that statement is furphyfluous!"}

Furphy {Is there an adjective form of this word? Furphyate? Furphyfluous? I'm going to say it is: "...that statement is furphyfluous!"}

Lexiphanicism (LEX•ih•FAN•ih•siz•im) Noun -The use of excessively learned and bombastic vocabulary or phraseology in a pretentious fashion. -An instance or example of such vocabulary or phraseology. -The habit of using a pompous or turgid style in speaking or writing. -The use of pretentious words, language, or style. Adjective form: Lexiphanic.

Lexiphanicism (LEX•ih•FAN•ih•siz•im) Noun -The use of excessively learned and bombastic vocabulary or phraseology in a pretentious fashion. -An instance or example of such vocabulary or phraseology. -The habit of using a pompous or turgid style in speaking or writing. -The use of pretentious words, language, or style. Adjective form: Lexiphanic.

Etymology: Prefixes: Mono- (1), Du- (2), Tri- (3), Quadri- (4), Quin- (5), Sen- (6), Septi- (7), Octo- (8), Nona- (9), Deca- (10). Suffixes: -el [Noun Forming], -al [Adjective Forming].  Terminology: Duel (Battle of 2), Truel (Battle of 3), Senuel (Battle of 6), Dodecuel (Battle of 12), Centuel (Battle of 100); Dual (Consisting of 2), Trual (Consisting of 3), Chilliual (Consisting of 1000), Billionual (Consisting of 10^9).  Title: Conflicts & Parts in Numbers  Art: Nicole Robinson

Etymology: Prefixes: Mono- (1), Du- (2), Tri- (3), Quadri- (4), Quin- (5), Sen- (6), Septi- (7), Octo- (8), Nona- (9), Deca- (10). Suffixes: -el [Noun Forming], -al [Adjective Forming]. Terminology: Duel (Battle of 2), Truel (Battle of 3), Senuel (Battle of 6), Dodecuel (Battle of 12), Centuel (Battle of 100); Dual (Consisting of 2), Trual (Consisting of 3), Chilliual (Consisting of 1000), Billionual (Consisting of 10^9). Title: Conflicts & Parts in Numbers Art: Nicole Robinson

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