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#43 - karmakoala
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Odd name for it. Surely it should be 'sapiophilla' as they're just mixing the Latin with the English?
Odd name for it. Surely it should be 'sapiophilla' as they're just mixing the Latin with the English?
#85 to #43 - lateday
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(03/18/2013) [-]
sapiosexual is strictly latin in origin. and what I think you meant as sapiophillia would be half greek half latin, just as "homosexual".
#108 to #85 - nebuchadnezzaurus ONLINE
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(03/18/2013) [-]
There is no such word as "sapiosaxual". Go ahead, look it up in literally ANY dictionary.
#119 to #115 - nebuchadnezzaurus ONLINE
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Did you just make that? Because I've searched wiktionary the last time this "content" was reposted, and it wasn't there. Nor was it in Merriam-Webster, Oxford Online, or any of the physical dictionaries I have on my hands. That's because it's not a real word.
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#121 to #119 - lateday
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Actually, the only places I found this was on wiktionary, urbandictionary and unwords. Websites easily editable. This word technically exists though its usage is not widespread enough for it to appear on those dictionaries you mentioned, I guess. If you can use it without too much trouble, then its intelligible right?
#120 to #119 - lateday
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I actually did not. I just googled "sapiosexual" and that popped up in the top three. You can see the last time that page was edited. It's on the very bottom.
#56 to #43 - bigdogmt
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Mmm ya keep talking like that
Mmm ya keep talking like that