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comment Did English ever have a formal version of “you”?
"thou" sounds pretty similar to the Icelandic ("þú") and Norwegian ("du") pronounciations of the same word. This goes for other languages too. Here is a whole page about the topic: en.wiktionary.org/wiki/thou
Sep
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comment What is a word that could define someone who likes to cause conflict?
I see. Thank you for explaining the difference. Would a sadist cover it, then?
Sep
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comment What is a word that could define someone who likes to cause conflict?
How does it not fit the description? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antagonist
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answered What is a word that could define someone who likes to cause conflict?
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answered Term for “will consume time and almost certainly yield nothing”
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comment What do you call a disk with a hole in the middle?
oosterwal, I think you're wrong about the item in question, because none of the examples from the question have completely straight edges like a cylinder: "Compact Discs, washers and Aerobie frisbees"
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accepted What is the plural form of “weremoose”?
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asked What is the plural form of “weremoose”?
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answered What do you call a disk with a hole in the middle?
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comment What would you call the object of an activity one does for fun?
Could to "do fun" be interpreted as creating fun?
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comment Please use other door?
I would read it with a pause to mark the missing word: "Please use [...] other door"
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answered Can anybody “learn” or “acquire” a talent?