[b-hebrew] etymology [was: Semantics of paradigms]
peterkirk at qaya.org
Tue Sep 20 07:10:25 EDT 2005
On 20/09/2005 00:33, Dr. Joel M. Hoffman wrote:
>>Ps. a "chocoholic" may actually be an addict, as the sugar
>Yes, a chocoholic might be addicted to sugar, but "chocoholic" doesn't
>mean "addicted to sugar." A chocoholic might be 6-feet tall, but
>"chocoholic" doesn't mean "6-feet tall." "Chocoholic" means "someone
>who likes chocolate."
It means more than that. See http://www.answers.com/chocoholic&r=67:
from the American Heritage Dictionary?
> A person who craves chocolate.
> A Chocoholic is some who is or claims to be addicted to chocolate.
On these definitions, I am not a chocoholic (I think), just "someone who
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