Mrs Jago’s Handy Guide to the Meaning Behind Typographical Errors. Part XX

…. or ‘How To Speak Typo’ by Jane Jago

azamon (noun) – unfriendly elf, purveyor of all the things you never know you needed 

delte (adjective) – geographical, of rivers, having a small muddy estuary but big aspirations

dismissibve (adverb) – of mansplaining the action of flapping a hand at any raised objections

flestive (adjective) – of Christmas decorations being old and mildly mouldy

moced (verb) – past  participle of the verb to moce – to move slightly awkwardly as if one has a stone in one’s left shoe

mucter (noun) – small Caledonian gentleman with a large ginger moustache and galloping halitosis

out to fo (compound idea) – of hen parties looking for fast food, a fight or a f***

relaly 1. (noun) – special race for clumsy people who keep dropping the baton.
2. (adverb) – of relationships, describes the moment in an argument when you want to poke his eyes out with a knitting needle

suoth (adjective) – directionally challenged

Ther Elet (proper noun) – Miss Universe contestant from the planet Thrab, notable for her rendition of Mull of Kintyre on the Appalachian Nose Flute

trpuble (adjective) – of pubic hair being inexpertly barbered

virhin (noun) – female who last had sex a very long time ago

Disclaimer: all these words are genuine typos defined by Jane Jago. The source of each is withheld to protect the guilty.

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