Rumoir.com, Rumoirs.com, and Humoirs.com -- Rumoir, Rumoirs, and Humoirs
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Rumoir, Rumoirs.com, Humoirs
As of July 2, 2016, no live official trademarks were found on USPTO.gov for the exact term
We believe that we have just coined yet another new word* (singular and plural), a fusion of "rumor" and "memoir."
Meaning: a memoir filled with rumors -- pretty much every celebrity and political memoir.
At a cursory glance, Google does not show "rumoir/s" being defined on its own merits, but shows the term as being a typo of "rumor."
However, we are open to giving credit where credit is due.
It looks as though "Humoir" has already been coined, as evidenced by the Goodreads Humoir Shelf.
Indeed, we do not own the singular version of this term, but there are a lot of possibilities for the plural.
The newly coined "rumoir" could be used as a book and/or film title for a memoir that is filled with wild and non-vetted information.
"Humoirs" could also be used as a book and/or film title for a memoir that is filled with humor and hilarity.
Also, "Humoirs" could be a play on the term "humors" or "four humors"or "four temperaments" as shown in Greco-Roman medicine:
The four fundamental personality types, sanguine (optimistic and social), choleric (short-tempered or irritable), melancholic (analytical and quiet), and phlegmatic (relaxed and peaceful).
*Back in January (2016) we also listed these coined terms (see description here):
*And, in July 2016, we also listed these coined terms (see description here):
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