Trireme

tri·reme [ tr rm ] (plural tri·remes)

noun

ancient galley: a galley, originally used by the ancient Greeks as a warship and later adopted by the Romans, that had three rows of oars on each side, arranged one above the other
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the word of the day is: call

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i got new cell phone!!! okay, so this is kinda old news (circa last friday) but the excitement is still in me and i hear it ring only like once a day :-/ soooooooooooooooooooooo if you'd like to call and LEAVE A MESSAGE go ahead! anytime! (702)349-3079

yuuup. leave a message. after the beep
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So weird it warrented some history.

ZENZIZENZIZENZIC
The eighth power of a number.

This word is long obsolete, so much so that the Oxford English Dictionary only has one citation for it, from a famous work by the English mathematician Robert Recorde, The Whetstone of Wit, published in 1557. It turns up from time to time as one of those weird words which is best known for being held up as an example of a weird word. (info from http://www.quinion.com/words/weirdwords/ww-zen1.htm)

So weird it warrented some history.

ZENZIZENZIZENZIC
The eighth power of a number.

This word is long obsolete, so much so that the Oxford English Dictionary only has one citation for it, from a famous work by the English mathematician Robert Recorde, The Whetstone of Wit, published in 1557. It turns up from time to time as one of those weird words which is best known for being held up as an example of a weird word. (info from http://www.quinion.com/words/weirdwords/ww-zen1.htm)