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V4D3R
01-09-2007, 04:30 PM
Words & letters are deep. The establishment loves wordplay.

Wordplay:

NWO OWN WON NOW

Gawd
01-09-2007, 04:33 PM
racecar backwards is racecar

Sexy Jasper
01-09-2007, 05:01 PM
Clint Eastwood

Old West Action

Prolifical ENG
01-09-2007, 08:36 PM
Clint Eastwood

Old West Action

Walker Texas Ranger - Karate Wrangler Sex

V4D3R
05-31-2009, 04:51 PM
I want the greatest MC out there to read this and use this info.

KP?


Technique that involve the phonetic values of words
Mondegreen: a mishearing (usually unintentional) of a phrase as a homophone or near-homophone that has as a result acquired a new meaning. The term is often used to refer specifically to mishearings of song lyrics (cf. soramimi).
Onomatopoeia: a word or a grouping of words that imitates the sound it is describing
Rhyme: a repetition of identical or similar sounds in two or more different words
Alliteration: matching consonants sounds at the beginning of words
Assonance: matching vowels
Consonance: matching consonants
Holorime: a rhyme that encompasses an entire line or phrase
Spoonerism: a switch of two sounds in two different words
Techniques that involve the letters
Acronym: abbreviations formed by combining the initial components in a phrase or name
RAS syndrome: repetition of a word by using it both as a word alone and as a part of the acronym
Recursive acronym: an acronym that has the acronym itself as one of its components
Acrostic: a writing in which the first letter, syllable or word of each line can be put together to spell out another message
Mesostic: a writing in which a vertical phrase intersects lines of horizontal text
Word square: a series of letters arranged in the form of a square that could be read both vertically and horizontally
Backronym: a phrase back-formed by treating a word that is originally not an initialism or acronym as one
Replacement backronym: a phrase back-formed from an existing initialism or acronym that is originally an abbreviation with another meaning
Apronym: a backronym in which the word itself is relevant to the associated phrase
Anagram: rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase
Ambigram: a graphical figure that depicts a word in two or more directions
Blanagram: rearranging the letters of a word or phrase and substituting one single letter to produce a new word or phrase
Letter bank: using the letters from a certain word or phrase as many times as wanted to produce a new word or phrase
Jumble: a kind of word game in which the solution of a puzzle is its anagram
Chronogram: a phrase or sentence in which some letters can be interpreted as numerals and rearranged to stand for a particular date
Lipogram: a writing in which certain letter is missing
Univocalic: a type of poetry that uses only one vowel
Palindrome: a word or phrase that reads the same in either direction
Pangram: a sentence which uses every letter of the alphabet at least once
Techniques that involve semantics and the choosing of words
Anglish: a writing using exclusively words of Germanic origin
Auto-antonym: a word that contains opposite meanings
Autogram: a sentence that describes itself
Malapropism: incorrect usage of a word by substituting a similar-sounding word with different meaning
Neologism: creating new words
Portmanteau: a new word that fuses two words or morphemes
Retronym: creating a new word to denote an old object or concept whose original name has come to be used for something else
Oxymoron: a combination of two contradictory terms
Pun: deliberately mixing two similar-sounding words
Slang: the use of informal words or expressions
Techniques that involve the manipulation of the entire sentence or passage
Dog Latin
Language game: a system of manipulating spoken words to render them incomprehensible to the untrained ear
Pig Latin
Ubbi dubbi
Techniques that involve the formation of a name
Ananym: a name with reversed letters of an existing name
Aptronym: a name that aptly represents a fictional character
Charactonym: a name which suggests the personality traits of a fictional character
Eponym: applying a person's name to a place
Pseudonym: an artificial fictitious name, used as an alternative to one's legal name
Sobriquet: a popularized nickname
Techniques that involves figure of speech
Dysphemism: intentionally using a word or phrase with a harsher tone over one with a more polite tone
Euphemism: intentionally using a word or phrase with a more polite tone over one with a harsher tone
Kenning: circumlocution used in Old Norse and Icelandic poetry
Paraprosdokian: a sentence whose latter part is surprising or unexpected in a way that causes the reader or listener to reframe the first
Verbification: a kind of derivation that turns words of other parts of speech into verbs
Others
Aleatory
Analytic philosophy
Bushism
Constrained writing
Engrish
Homonym: words with same sounds and same spellings but with different meanings
Homograph: words with same spellings but with different meanings
Homophone: words with same sounds but with different meanings
Phonetic reversal
Rebus
Spanglish

Marwan
05-31-2009, 11:55 PM
Wsup V4D3R..you're too deep for the average mush for brains idiot found around here...

DeeBlock
02-18-2011, 12:32 AM
I like letters.

LORD NOSE
02-18-2011, 12:36 AM
Wsup V4D3R..you're too deep for the average mush for brains idiot found around here...

echo that

Fatal Guillotine
06-04-2011, 01:17 PM
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V4D3R
08-12-2012, 01:25 PM
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