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Re: Ceratopian / ceratopsian



In a message dated 95-09-18 15:42:01 EDT, ornstn@inforamp.net (Ronald
Orenstein) writes:

> However, "ceratopsian" has been
>>used for over a century, is (in my opinion) more euphonious

On the other hand, the word "cyclopean" sounds better than "cyclopsean." Go
figure. (And yes, I'd pronounce it kick-LOW-pee-un rather than
sy-KLOW-pee-un. But everyone knows I'm crazy.)

G.O.