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9 Oct From snollygoster to wamblecropt, these forgotten words just might come handy, says the author of The Horologicon. 30 Aug Book reivew: The Horologicon, By Mark Forsyth. Ahoy! A word lover’s guide to English archaisms. Christopher Hirst; Friday 30 August 20 Aug A horoscope is a look (scope) at the hour (horo) that you were born. It’s related to horology, which is the study of clocks, and to a horologicon.

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The Horologicon: A Day’s Jaunt Through the Lost Words of the English Language by Mark Forsyth

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