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Ok, I’m a math teacher and I had never heard of zenzizenzizenzic before! How strange. I’m still not quite sure how to pronounce it though. I’m sure it’s something my students would love to know (and probably remember more than they remember some of the actual math LOL!)
We are going to the zoo to see the zebras tomorrow. I love z words. Yet why can my son say zoo, zebra, zoom, yet he say Yaxby’s instead of Zaxby’s?
Oh, I love the Fort Worth Zoo too! Much better than Dallas.
I also love zabaglione. It’s impossible for anything with mascarpone to taste bad!
Who knew there was such a word?
That’s a great list of z words. I have always loved the word zephyr. And, have loved people who could pull off zingers.
I love your letter list and this week what I loved most was the fact that I’ve played and writng Zenobia as a vampire character so had done a great deal of research about her. It was great to find her name out in random cyberspace. :)
wow, very creative list :)
That was fun!
Terrific Thursday Thirteen!
My TT is posted.
Have a wonderful day!
How do you pronounce number 4? I tried, really I did.
Love your Z list!!!
Hmmm..those are some very pretty interesting Z’s there! :D
Those are all zuper, I mean super…loved it!!
Cool list I loved baked Ziti & I can’t remember the last time I have ever been to the zoo Happy TT
Thanks, I’ll be saying this all day now: Zenzizenzizenzic, Zenzizenzizenzic, Zenzizenzizenzic!!!
I can’t believe you came up with 13 Z words. Impressive!
Love your zzzzzzzzzzzzz’s Happy TT
Great list! If enough of us use zenzizenzizenic it will come back into general use! I see my spell checker rejects it though!
Most definitely, zinnias are wonderful.
In fact, I think I’m going to try to figure out how to arrange to be buried here (http://redbudfarms.com) when I die.
Does Xanadu count? I’ve always loved the poem by Coleridge . . . great list. I had no idea what #1 was.
You’re missing zamboni :)
Wow..tat’s a lot of Z(s)…I used to visit the zoo very often when I was young…love the zebras too..