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wreakus-deakus

other word formation type creative respelling of ‘weak’ and rhyming compounds
unbearably funny
 
The word ‘weak’ has undergone zero derivation to mean extremely funny. This zero derivation word was formed to describe moments when someone laughs so hard they gasp for breath and momentarily become tired or weak. ‘Weakus-deakus’ means too funny to handle, and means incredibly weak. It was coined to add emphasis to weak.
Etymology : creative respelling of ‘weak’ and rhyming compounds
Source : Friend: “X is hilarious! I’m weakus-deakus right now.” September 22nd, 2017
Last modified: 30 November 2017


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