OK, here's a hint folks. Don't read the comments until AFTER you post your guesses!! Then you won't be stuck to come up with something cuz someone else's silliness gets stuck in your head!
For next week, work on these:
Last Week's Definitions:
kurgan - an ancient burial mound constructed over a pit grave; earliest occurrence 4th millennuim BC in the Russian Steppes.
kukri - a large Nepalese knife having a heavy curved blade that is sharp on the concave side. (Congrats Smarty Pants Diane!)
Silly Goose Winners this week are:
"Kurgan", an Irish Kur.
"Kukri" A new recruit for the KKK
My brain is fried this week and I've neither the energy to be a smart aleck or a silly goose but I will say that those words like Klingnon to me! They like words that have that hard "k" sound!
For the record, I don't have a Klingnon dictionary.
For any newcomers to Thesaurus Thursday, the "rules" can be found here.
For all winners, the Awards can be found on the sidebar to pick up at your leisure.
Now don't forget to leave your comments for the new words!