QUOTE(~FMAgurl~ @ Nov 6 2005, 02:17 PM) [snapback]309970[/snapback]
Attempting to ressurect
You have your work cut out for you, then...may I assist?
The word 'necromancy' came up here...yes, I read this entire thread...
It is, in fact a noun.
From Greek, nekr-
- mancy - 1: Conjuration of the spirits of the dead for purposes of magically revealing the future or influencing the course of events, not the raising of the dead. 2: Magic, sorcery - necromancer-n. necromantic-adj. necromantically-adv.
Now, this is not to be confused with:
necrology - 1: a list of the recently dead. 2: Obituary - necrological-adj. necrologist-n.
necrophagous - adj. (1835) - feeding on corpses or carrion.
neck-rein - v. to respond to the pressure of a rein on one side of the neck by turning in the opposite direction.
I have no earthly idea why I know that last one...too much useless information contained in one brain, I guess.