|Date:||January 11th, 2004 07:24 pm (UTC)|| |
"All the good names are already taken by competent companies, however, there are still plenty of names left in the areas of Greek mythology, bodily secretions, diseases and everything involving the intestines"
Where do those names come from? The first two seem fairly straight forward, but after that, you lost me. Hrmmm... I think I'll post this, and then go back and make a suggestion.
|Date:||January 12th, 2004 05:42 am (UTC)|| |
The names come from the dictionary. Susurrus is a whisper, gallimaufry is a medley, syllepsis is when one word has both a literal and metaphoric meaning at the same time, neoteric means new, and mimesis means mimicry.