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[word-lover] 【整理】2014-07-31 How to Use a Word

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Toady's word is kludge, spelled K-L-U-D-G-E.

Kludge is a noun that means a system and especially a computer system made up of poorly matched components. Here is the word used in The New Behaviorism, Second Edition by John Staddon.

"Many biologists, from Darwin to Crick, have pointed out that evolution is frequently a kludge: Bits are added on to other bits, organs originally selected for one function assume another, and so on."

The first recorded use of the word "kludge" is attributed to Jackson W. Granholm, who defined the word in a 1962 issue of the magazine Datamation as: "an ill-assorted collection of poorly-matching parts, forming a distressing whole." He further explained that it was derived from the German word "klug," meaning "smart" or "witty." Why Granholm included a "d" in his spelling is not known. The German word was spelled K-L-U-G. What we do know is that speakers of American English have agreed to keep the "d" silent, making the vowel pronunciation of "kludge" reflect the pronunciation of the German word "klug" (KLOOK). We can also tell you that not everyone agrees with Granholm on the "d" matter: the spelling "kluge" is also popularly used.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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Today’s word is kludge, also pronounced /klʌdʒ/ and spelled K-L-U-D-G-E. Kludge is a noun that means a system and especially a computer system made up for properly matched components. Here’s the word used in The New Behaviorisms second edition by John Stan. “Many biologists from Darwin to crick have pointed out that evolution is frequently kludge, bits are added on to other bits, and organs are regionally selected for one function as another and so on. The first recorded use of the word “kludge” is attributed to Jackson W Grandhom who defined the word at 1962 issue of the magazine delemation as an collection of poorly matching parts forming a distressing a hole. He further explained that it was derived from the German word “Klug” meaning smart or witty. Why Grandhom include a “D” in his spelling is not known. The German word was spelled K-L-U-G. What we do know is that speakers of American English have a great to keep the “D” silent, making the pronunciation of kludge reflected the pronunciation of the German word Klug. We can also tell you that not everyone agrees with Grandhom on the D matter. The spelling K-L-U-G-E is also popularly used. With your Word of the Day, I’m Peter Sokolowski.
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