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PEACHAMUNDO

adjective; compounding
Having vastly more good qualities than bad ones. This word was used in a long-distance telephone call after the speaker had described a very unfortunate event. He was trying to reassure the person on the line that he was okay, and also inject a little humor with this strange word formation.
 
It is, as they say, PEACHAMUNDO.
Etymology : peachamundo. Compound from 'peach' and Spanish 'mundo'
Source : A friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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