Sunday, May 05, 2013

pwoermds / mhuthic / nhuth

mhuthic (n/v)

1. An umbrella that has sprung into notice. 2. Misinterpretations of the scrotum. Or similar odour. 3. To nick or notch the banana. 4. A proverbial type of rapid growth: soft, pulpy, down-curving. 5. To expand and flatten (out) an auk. 6. Air imitating. 


nhuth (n/v)

1. After, before, since, yet, etc.. Repeated for emphasis. 2. A single syllable. Very slightly greater than. 3. Threads, wires or the like relating to hypnotism. 4a. The desert of the interior. 4b. The centre from which never again. 4c. A bed of frozen snow. 4d. The sphere that may be so stained. 


1 comment:

Keep your Lamp said...

Hello JJ. The Desert of the Interior reminds me to ask you, have you laid your hands on B Catling's vast new novel The Vorrh?
Phenomenal I think. It all comes spewing out and not in slim volumes but in biblical helpings.
best regards from Eleanor Crook.

. Driving into work the other morning with 'Village of the Sun' playing & humming & drumming along  & think...