Difference between revisions of "SCAism"

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* [http://www.locksley.com/locksley/slang.htm www.locksley.com - SCA slang]
 
* [http://www.locksley.com/locksley/slang.htm www.locksley.com - SCA slang]
 
* [http://www.goldenstag.net/MiscSCA/glossary.htm www.goldenstag.net - An Unofficial Glossary of Terms As Used in the SCA]: This includes general meanings of terms used in the SCA, including the SCAisms.
 
* [http://www.goldenstag.net/MiscSCA/glossary.htm www.goldenstag.net - An Unofficial Glossary of Terms As Used in the SCA]: This includes general meanings of terms used in the SCA, including the SCAisms.
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Revision as of 08:37, 23 January 2006

An SCAism is a term that has been coined or adopted by many in the SCA which is considered by some to be inappropriate either because it is a modern term, a constructed term, or a term which doesn't mean what it did in period. Unfortunately it is very hard to get rid of such words.

More authentic versions could be:

  • Autocrat: Steward
  • Feastocrat: Chief Cook
  • Eric: tourney field or lists
  • List field: tourney field or lists
  • List keeper/officer: lists keeper/officer

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