i finally got around to taking a syntax class, so of course i'm hearing all kinds of fun terms like 'recursion'.
i wonder if anyone out there in blogland has heard of this invented usage: Recurz.
as in: "If you define a verb phrase that way, then this rule can't recurz."
it seems to be a back-formation from 'recursion' and distinct from the more conventional usage.
'recurs,' i suppose, should be a "real" word, as in, "the dream recurs every few days."
'recurz' is listed at www.marsb.com as one of dozens of alternative spellings for 'recur,' but almost all other google hits are in foreign languages.