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Mississipply

adjective; derivation
characterizing the counting by ‘mississippis’ This word is used to characterize one’s counting by mississippis. For example “One mississippi, Two mississippi, Three mississippi…” Most obviously derived for its comedic effect and for the mere fact that many people can understand its meaning. Counting by mississippis is a common tactic and by adding ly we are able to derive an adjective form of the word. We are able to shorten ‘counting by mississippis’ into ‘counting mississippily.’
 
What? Am I not supposed to count mississipply?
Etymology : mississippi + ly 'ADJ'
Source : Friends TV Show- Season 10
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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