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October 18, 2006

Deaftionary Book

From: via Email - Oct 18, 2006

Centuries ago Beethoven composed music without hearing a sound. Today, the deaf and hard of hearing community uses words, feelings, and expressions in the book, Deaftionary.

For example:
Rice-rocks: He said the rice broke the mower.
submitted by Sam

Lox-loss: The bank brought up a lox at the office.
submitted by Rachel

Suit-sweet: The waiter told us about the suit potato.
submitted by Suzy

Deaftionary presents new understandings. It opens the door to knowledge, enjoyment, and friendship to deaf and hard of hearing people in America and across the world. If you’d like to become a part of Deaftionary send your word(s) to me at: