Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by dscottyg, May 7, 2021.
Yes, yes it does.
Ftw! Out of nowhere, too!
But "who dictions the dictionary?" as the saying goes.
I spell it relic, relic’d, relic’ing. Or more often:fauxrelicsareforposers
As a Latin word that comes to English through French (rélique) but with a non-Latin suffix, and given English has no orthographic rules that stand up to any kind of test, really you can spell it any way you damn well like. I always write it reliqued, but that's because I've always believed that English is little more than French spoken badly.
This is an ideal solution, at least as good as relic'd.
Unfortunately, as French-spoken-badly, I can think of plenty of people in my own life who would pronounce reliqued as [rel-i-kwed].
In Yorkshire we just say "It's ***kin knackered"
old men in funny hats
Relic'd and that's correct enough for me!
Down here it's called wrecked