Poquan Derived

My friend Nick Pompnio (mentioned on several of my other web pages and a friend of his (John? Paul? Some other Beatle?) invented a character for a play in high school - named Mr. Poquan. It became kind of our all-purpose word. I've used it in English assignments, college newspaper record reviews, etc.

There's also the adjectival form, "poquious", the adverbial "poquiously", and the verbized "poquiate".

They mean whatever you want them to mean. They derive meaning solely from context - and only the user can ever fully know the context (if indeed any mere mortal can fully know anything).

Last updated: 24 June 1996

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