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LEONE
[noun]
lion; a large, usually tawny-yellow cat, Panthera leo, native to Africa and southern Asia, having a tufted tail and, in the male, a large mane.
Etymology: Italian, from Latin leō.
[Angela Rizza]
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HETEROCERAPHILIA
[noun]
Informal: an obsession with moths; an extreme love for moths.
Etymology: Zoology Heterocera (a division of Lepidoptera, including the moths, and hawk moths, which have the antennæ variable in form), from Greek heterocera (other + horn) + philia (love).
[Jason Levesque]
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RAMAGE
[noun] 
1. boughs or branches.
2. warbling of birds in trees.
Etymology: French, from Latin ramus “a branch”.
[Oliver Lake]
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SOURDINE
[noun]
1. Music: mute; soundless; something that reduces the emitted sound.
2. Music: a muted trumpet; muted instrument.
Etymology: French, ultimately derived from Latin surdus, “deaf, mute, noiseless”.
[John Tibbott]
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JACKALOPE
[noun]
a mythical animal of North American folklore (a so-called “fearsome critter”) described as a jackrabbit with antelope horns or deer antlers and sometimes a pheasant’s tail (and often hind legs). The word “jackalope” is a portmanteau of “jackrabbit” and “antalope”, an archaic spelling of “antelope”. It is also known asLepus temperamentalus.
It is possible that the tales of jackalopes were inspired by sightings of rabbits infected with the Shope papilloma virus, which causes the growth of horn- and antler-like tumors in various places on the rabbit’s head and body.
[Caitlin Hackett]
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EFFIGY
[noun]
1. a representation or image, especially sculptured, as on a monument.
2. a crude representation of someone disliked, used for purposes of ridicule.
Etymology: from Latin effigiēs, from effingere, “ to form, portray”, from fingere, ”to shape”.
[Angela Rizza - Crow Effigy]
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adayto4get:

IM SCREAMING THAT IS SO COOL

whoever’s cat this is, your cat is now my new background on my ipod

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