the science of interpretation
“interpretive,”, from greek hermeneutikos “interpreting,” from hermeneutes “interpreter,” from hermeneuein “to interpret,””.
the word hermeneutics is said to have come to us from the name of the greek god hermes. hermes was zeus’s messenger, the one he would send down to the world of humans whenever he wanted to tell the ancient greeks something. that is, hermes would have to interpret zeus’s wishes to the humankind.
the grammatical work of rabbi jonah extended, moreover, to the domain of rhetoric and biblical hermeneutics, and his lexicon contains many exegetical excursuses.
he was appointed professor of oriental languages and hermeneutics in the university of chicago.
- tori time
a clock that runs a little slower than the rest of the world. a: hey! why do think patricia is always late? b: oh she runs on tori time.
- t*tty cavity
the pocket that is created between a set of breast in which items can be stored for use and/or consumption at a later point in time. let me eat some of the cheetos out of your t*tty cavity.
- chatte luft
is norwegian slang word for talking bullsh*t. it’s used by immigrants who talks kebabnorsk and is very common to hear at the east side of oslo. “chatte luft” directly translated to english is to chat air. norwegian: person 1 “hør’a brur, jeg skal dunke så mange mæber i kveld wallah?” person 2 “hva mæber mann? […]
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