Solution: read a book. That's what I do. You'll find that it does wonders.Blast!
David quite unrepentant, and called me an illiterate idiot.
A Monumentophiliac was a person willing to consort with Catherine the Great (David Gest wouldn't have said no), and polyvivatism is a rare mental condition characterised by the patient's belief that he is Long John Silver come back to life.
This isn't likely either. "-ing," of course, is a present progressive affix applied to English verbs. This suggests that Harolding must be a verb conjugated in the present progressive. Harold is a name, so turning it into a verb makes no sense. In order to infer meaning here, we'd have to find the closest relation to the name. That word would be herald, which is a messenger. This word, though, can be used as a verb. Herald as a verb means to announce the approach of [someone or something]. The word heralding (transforming the 'a' to 'o' and the 'o' to 'a' for the necessary sake of clarity) signifies the act of announcing an approach.why don't we just go for Harolding (meaning to be terrified of being struck in the eye by an arrow) and Maudism (meaning a fear of Scottish shepherds).
Just as a side note, Martin, please remember that adults attracted to adolescents are not pedophiles (yet another Greek word!), who, according to the APA DSM IV, are adults, either female or male, predominantly or solely attracted to prepubescent children 12/13 and under. Those drawn to teens, at least casually, are considered psychologically normative, since many humans throughout history and even in the world today have this sexual impulse imbued within their psyches. Hell, advertising capitalizes on that! Teenagers are (more or less) sexually mature, prepubescent children are not.never mind pedophiles or Lolitas