GRADUAL INTERVIEW (July 2006)
Bob Meads: Mr Donaldson,
I have always been facinated by the obscure words you use in TC, and am currently reading "The One Tree". I have come across a word that the definition that Merriam-Webster gives is not satisfactory. That word is "unhermeneuticable". The word is uttered by PitchWife, about Findail the Appointed (page 366 , paperback).
The word itself doesn't come up on Merriam Webster's site. The closest is 'hermeneutics' which means: the study of the methodological principles of interpretation (as of the Bible).
this doesnt seem to fit the context, as Pitchwife relates:
"He perceives some unhermeneuticable peril --"
Can you tell me what it meant in this context?
Have you ever made up new words? <grin>