Reputation
26,413
Next tag badge:
96/100 score
24/20 answers
Badges
1 34 81
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~1.9m people reached

Jul
26
comment Spanish version of a Francophile
@JanusBahsJacquet Common usage would seem to indicate otherwise, not to mention the etymology of Ibero- being from the Greek word for "Spaniards."
Jul
26
answered Spanish version of a Francophile
Jul
17
comment What might the feminine form “mathematician” be?
This question is obnoxieuse.
May
31
answered (preferably clinical) name for awareness without discomfort
May
27
awarded  Nice Answer
May
25
comment A positive way of saying “Grammar Nazi”
@JohnLawler Oh, I think anyone who would diplomatically apply the term "grammarian" to a "Grammar Nazi" would do so tongue firmly in cheek.
May
24
answered A positive way of saying “Grammar Nazi”
May
21
awarded  Enlightened
May
20
comment The word for a place no one has visited before?
To those coming in from the outside, absolutely. ("Europeans, meet headhunters. Headhunters, European cuisine.")
May
20
answered The word for a place no one has visited before?
May
17
comment Use of 'cum' as the interstitial in a three-word semi-comparative adjective?
I think you mean cum, as in priest-cum-philanderer.
May
16
awarded  orthography
May
16
answered Is there a name for the Mc or O' when used at the beginning of a surname?
May
16
answered A word like “confession” for relating personal details but lacking connotations of guilt?
May
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
27
comment What prefix corresponds to something on the same level?
I agree with @DanBron, an isostate is one that's on the same level as another.
Apr
21
reviewed Edit Is the comma misplaced in this sentence?
Apr
21
revised Is the comma misplaced in this sentence?
Edited formatting
Apr
5
comment A word for 'one whose diet includes chicken but no other meat'
Hence the fast food chain El Pollotariano Loco.
Apr
3
answered Looking for an expression that sounds worse than “cardboard” to describe blandness of a food