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Also, it'd be pronounced /wrItiN/. :)

/rItiN/ would be the present participle of "rit", i.e., to apply RIT to a lice infested school child. ;)

Padraic.

Wayne Chevrier wrote:

>Nik Taylor nevesht:
>>
>>Like in English.  I cringe when I see people write things like
>>"writting" instead of "writing".  That can only be pronounced /rItiN/,
>>which isn't any word *I* know.  :-)
>
>Present participle of 'to writ', which must mean 'to serve a writ on':)
>
>
>-Wayne Chevrier