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Old June 26, 2015, 10:43 AM
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"filulística".

¿Alguien a escuchado o leído esta palabra?
Yo no, ni siquiera la encuentré surfeando la red.
Así es llamado al engreído, estirado en Cuba y creo que deba ser muy informal.
A lo peor ni siquiera existe y el cubano la propuso bromeando.
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parece ser alguen que practica filologia. (philology en ingles)
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