> Okay, I'll bite. What's antisthecon? Sounds like something you take for
> a cold, if you ask me . . .
All the Greek words I listed name "orthographical schemes," i.e., figures
of speech that involve changes in the spelling/sound of words. And
without my crib sheet (which I think Andrea L cribbed originally--at any
event it comes from Ed Corbett's _Classical Rhetoric for the Modern
Student_), how would I know what antisthecon is. (E.g., wrang for wrong,
change of sound.)
P.S., Please don't bite (me).