a brief dictionary

what is plain language in the CREEKERHOOD

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

KEY

aabout
ăask, pat, map
āable, bake, way
äalms, father, call
ĕebb, met, second
ēeat, mete, me
erpermit
ĭit, him, mirror
īidle, fine, deny
ōover, bone, know
ouabout
ujump
ūrule, boot, two
  • CREEKER /krēkər/ an INVICTUS person taking part of INDEPENDENT Character made right in Great American Destinations like Cave Creek of America since 1870
  • INVICTUS an individual, One who is of an unconquerable Soul. Master of One’s own fate through the Power of the CREEKER’S Holy Ghost.
  • pro·tag·o·nist DOES THIS HELP® @w3connect-communications on the other side of the story teller

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CHASTE – Not having any sexual nature or intention.

CREEKER – One chaste individual who lives in the 85331 Zip Code of the Americas and speaks the Language of Billy Shakespeare.

Visitors to 85331 often find the speech of the Natives quaint, or picturesque, and perhaps not fully understandable. Most of these Visitors do not realize that their own Ancestors, if they of English Origin, used a quite similar speech many years ago.

While the rest of English-speaking America was…

A-FIXIN' -- Getting ready.  "We're a-fixin' to go to Town."
AGIN -- When. "Hit'll be Supper Time agin I get through arnin'."
AGUE -- What a HEN lays.
AIM -- Plan, intend. "I aim to come back to these mountains next year."
AIR -- Short form of "there". Example, a boy comes to town to have his tooth filled. The Dentist drills the cavity then cleans it with compressed air. While he is squirting the air into the tooth he asks the boy: "Does that air hurt?" And the boy says: "That 'ere what?"
AIRISH -- Drafty, breezy. "Shet the door. It feels sorta airish in here."
AIRY -- Any at all. "I don't have airy peeny to give you."
ANK PEN -- My ank pen won't write.
APPEARANT -- Apparently, or apparent.
ARGY -- To discuss a disputed matter, sometimes heatedly. "Let's not argy any more 'bout this."
ARN -- Used to press clothes. Mama has an electric arn.
ARR -- A weapon. "The Idians didn't have guns. They used a bone arr." (Bow and arrow).
ASPITE -- Despite, or in spite of.
ATOMIC BUM -- A radioactive hobo.
ATTER -- After.
AXE -- A verb. "Axe me no questions, I'll tell you no lies."
BACKARDS -- The wrong way. "You've got your hat on backards."
BARNED -- Past tense of born.
BAR STOOL -- There's no such thing. Creekerhood b'ars live in dens but don't need stools, or chairs, or any kind of furniture.
BASTE -- There are three kinds: First base, second baste, and third baste.
BIGGETY -- Big acting; stuck up.
BOOK-READ --Well informed; well educated.
BRASH -- Thicket of brushes and small trees; ideal place to hide a moonshine still.
BURRIES -- Strawburries, or blackburries.
BUST -- A pin will bust a balloon.

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY: Study of deviant and maladaptive behaviors.

ABSTINENCE VIOLATION EFFECT: The reaction of conflict and guilt when an individual fails to resist the temptation to indulge in a behavior that he or she is trying to stop–for example, using alcohol. This response often triggers a binge or total relapse.

ACETYLCHOLINE: Chemical involved in the transmission of nerve impulses.

ACID: Slang term for LSD.

ACQUIRED EPILEPSY: Epilepsy with a known cause, such as injury to the brain through accident or illness.

ACTH: See adrenocorticotrophic hormone.

ADAPTATION: Dynamic process by which an individual responds to his or her enviornment and the changes that occur within it; ability to modify one’s behavior to meet changing environmental requirements. Adaption to a given situation is influenced by one’s personal characteristics and the type of situation. Term often used in a biological, Darwinian sense.

ADAPTIVE ORIENTATION: The viewpoint that drug addiction is caused by an interaction between certain personality characteristics and stressful aspects of the enviornment.

ADJUSTMENT: An individual’s ability to harmonize with the environment.

ADJUSTMENT DISORDER: Maladaptive reaction to particular stressful condition that results in impaired functioning and symptoms in excess of what might be a normal response to the stressor. The reaction must occur soon after the beginning of the stress and the reaction must occur soon after the beginning of the stress and the reaction can be expected to decrease when the stressor ceases.

ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH DEPRESSED MOOD: Depression that occurs as a result of an indentifiable life event and that is expected to disappear when the event’s impact ceases. (Not classified as a mood disorder.)

ADOPTION STUDIES: An attempt to understand the genetics of ta disorder and separate them from the effects of environment by comparing children without such heredity.

ISBN 0-13-003765-6, Abnormal Psychology by Sarason – 6th Edition