Genea-Logisms

Googling around today I discovered that my idea for a Geneadictionary may not have been original or new. My mate Randy Seaver had a similar idea in his Saturday Evening Genealogy Fun Post on March 19 2011.

Randy asked his readers to share Genea-Logisms with him. he defined a genea-logism as “a newly invented word or phrase from the field of genealogy.”

There were some original and incredible words suggested in response to Randy’s activity. I hope Randy doesn’t mind if I add some of the words from there to the Geneadictionary.

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