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Dec 12, 2022

[Answer] 1. The word "eggcorn" for a misheard word derives from the mishearing of a nutty word. What is the real word, used for the fruit of an oak tree?

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...1. acorn 2. egg crown 3. alcorn 4. oak egg Linguists Geoffrey Pullum and Mark Lieberman are credited with inventing the term "eggcorn" in 2003 to describe a misheard word or phrase that has an ironic sort of logic about it. The difference between an eggcorn and a mondegreen is vague, but mondegreens are usually mishearings of verse, in a song or a poem, while an eggcorn is the mishearing of an ordinary word or phrase that makes a quirky kind of sense and is usually not discovered until the person tries to look it up or someone else laughs at it.




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acorn:


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