Monday, June 05, 2006


Meaning: One who can decode the original from a translation.
Pronunciation: Tranz-early-ate-er.
Usage: By some stroke of misfortune if all our sanskrit epics get destroyed, we may need the services of a transearlyator to salvage the classics using his craft.
Root: Transearlyator is a play on trans-late-or. The idea being a translator decodes A to create B. A transearlyator can decipher A from B. That is he can recreate the earlier form from a later form.