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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by dscottyg, May 7, 2021.
Hopefully to go out of fashion and be quietly dropped.
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an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest.
object of virtu
a part of a deceased holy person's body or belongings kept as an object of reverence.
"miracles wrought by the relics of St. Stephen"
an object, custom, or belief that has survived from an earlier time but is now outmoded.
"individualized computer programming and time-sharing would become expensive relics"
Yes - relic *is* a noun, but it is not a verb.
It's both. We've already covered this more than once...
Red suits you, it matches your eyes...
Hopefully it’ll stay there!
Oh God, no!
Bloody hell, all from ‘relicked’ with a ‘k’
Please don't deify him, he's bad enough already...
The verbing of a noun by a tiny segment of the population doesn't *make* it anything.
Plenty of people on Craigslist say "for sell" - but we all (hopefully) agree that is incorrect.
I gave you the example of "bin" earlier. Now generally accepted as a verb AND a noun...
Language changes, gradually. Welcome to the real world.
If your theory is correct, there would be no words at all. The first grunt from a caveman wouldn’t be a real word because no one knew what a word was. Once someone came up with the concept of a ‘word’, all new ones woukd have been declared as ‘not a real word’. Someone invents the television. Couldn’t use a new word to describe it ‘cos it wouldn’t be a real word. This post woukd read something like ‘ug, ug oh, ug, oggogg, uh, of’. A new word, brought about by the lack of an existing one to 100% meet the need, should be considered as real. The changing of an existing word for reasons of, for example, brevity, may eventually be accepted as a real word, e.g., tele for television or Tele for Telecaster.
What really bugs me is the use of the wrong word for no reason. ‘Please can I have a chicken sandwich’ is perfectly straight forward and understandable. Why is the current trend to ask ‘please can I get a chicken sandwich’, implying the request is to serve oneself rather than be served?
‘I don’t give a flying .....’, Go .... yourself’, ‘total .... up’. You’re right!
The key is in your own statement above (my highlighting) -- the guitar playing community does not equal the GENERAL English-speaking population.... sadly!
Relicked, that's spelled "F-I-R-E-W-O-O-D" ...
Sorry, I'm in the old fashioned, "Treat your instrument right!" school of thought, and we call "relic" damage, or undue wear and tear. Call it OCD, but I freak, about every nick and scratch, on my instruments.
Don't do "Gig-bags", because they DON'T protect your instrument.
Relicking, or however you want to spell it, comes from either misuse, neglect, or a poor instrument protection paradigm. To put that much wear, on one instrument, honestly, would take a hard player their entire career, with just one instrument, and that doesn't make the instrument any more desirable, IMO.
Antique - noun. Antique - adjective. Antiquing - verb.
The point is, I was commenting on spelling, not nomenclature. That should be obvious.