This word, Genea-pourri, belongs to my genimate Randy Seaver. Read his post here to find out what it means.
Thanks to my lack of typing skills I have coined another word for the Geneadictionary. As I was typing Rootstech this morning I omitted an o and the word became Rotstech. At the time I was writing about my post-Rootstech malaise.
Rotstech or post-Rootstech malaise – a condition that affects genies on the Sunday immediately after the Rootstech conference when feels both exhausted and energised.
ConGenieal : An adjective that describes the comfortable, friendly atmosphere that is created when a group of Genies gather in a social situation.
I thought of this word when writing a blog post about an Aussie pre Rootstech gathering in Salt Lake City tonight.
A Congenieal Group, Salt Lake City 5/2/2017
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For me one of the most exciting parts of Rootstech is networking with fellow genies and presenters.
|An Example Post: GeniAus with Jenny, Hilary and Pauleen at Rootstech 2015|
I finally met my online genimate, Tony Proctor, at Rootstech last week. Tony who has been a great supporter of the Geneadictionary has just sent through some further suggestions for the site. Here is one of them.
“Auntie facts” (like artifacts). This was actually a slip-of-the-tongue during a conversation but I like it so much that I want to use it to describe family rumours.
1. Joynealogy is the title of a genealogy blog I follow (joynealogy.blogspot.com)
2. More importantly Joynealogy describes the feelings of elation I get from my genealogy activities.