[EM] "Nauseus" as a noun
nkklrp at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 25 22:14:21 PST 2002
Actually, people are not "nauseus," they are "nauseated".
Only things like rotten eggs can be "nauseus," usually.
I didn't mean the adjective. When Anthony said
"Reductio ad nauseum", that would make sense only if there were
a Latin noun "nauseus" or "nauseum". Of course the noun is "nausea",
and we're familiar with the phrase "ad nauseam".
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