Mis-Dakdek

Miscellaneous Diq-dooq from Chevras HamMis-dakdekim.
"Oh no! The diqueduque geeques are here! Run for the hills!"Godol Hador, 06.29.06 2:45 pm


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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Miscellaneous Diq-dooq?
BMM

7 Comments:

Blogger Mar Gavriel said...

The word מִתְדַּקְדֵּק (or, as I prefer to spell it, מִדַּקְדֵּק, with dagesch forte in the first daleth), is used by R' Shabse Sôfer and others (such as us) to refer to people who "profess to be diqduqniqim", such as R' Shabse Sôfer and others (such as us).

Hat-tip: Lipman.

11/10/2005 12:35 PM  
Blogger Mar Gavriel said...

The hyphen is reminiscent of "Mis-Nagid".

11/10/2005 12:36 PM  
Blogger Habib said...

The hyphen is reminiscent of "Mis-Nagid".
Yes. As if we have become disillusioned with diqduq, and no longer believe in it.

11/10/2005 1:14 PM  
Blogger Shifra said...

Oh lord- a whole blog just for Dikduk?
Does this mean I can look forward to LESS dikduk on your other blogs as you will channel it all here?

11/10/2005 5:44 PM  
Blogger The back of the hill said...

"Dicducas dicduquatem, dixit Kohelius, dicducas, dicduquatem, omnia dicducas."

11/10/2005 5:51 PM  
Blogger Lipman said...

"Dicducas dicduquatem, dixit Kohelius, dicducas, dicduquatem, omnia dicducas."

Bad day? Turned Back of the Hevel?


Oh lord- a whole blog just for Dikduk?
Does this mean I can look forward to LESS dikduk on your other blogs as you will channel it all here?


Oh, a village caught a virus!
Does this mean we can look forward to less contagion in the neighbouring villages as it will all be channeled here?

11/10/2005 10:39 PM  
Blogger The back of the hill said...

Hevel.

An excellent pun. And a horrible one too.

Aaaargh!

11/11/2005 2:56 PM  

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