Sunday, 29 April 2012

Entry: iona (n.)

In context:"The sponsor, Ferocious Frnacis G., doesn't give Gately one iona of shit for feeling some negative feelings about it: on the contrary, he commends Gately for his candor in breaking down and crying like a baby and telling him about it early one A.M. over the pay phone, the sense of loss."

Definition: A neologism - either misspoke for "iota", or combining "iota" and "ion", I think.


SNOOT score: 1

Page: 273
Source: Oxford English Dictionary   

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