yrneh


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yrneh

(ˈjɜːnɪ)
n
a unit of inverse electrical inductance
[C20: formed by reversing the letters of henry]
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The chief victims of his invective are "Moribundia's Holy Men", "Draydur Gnilpik", "Ris Yrneh Tlobwen", and "Nhoj Nahcub" (Rudyard Kipling, Sir Henry Newbolt, and John Buchan).
While YRNEH was deliberately coined as a reversal of HENRY, there is no evidence the same process applied for Billy Bunter's characteristic 'YAROOH!"'
His favourite word that he played was YRNEH, which is an obscure scientific unit.
It follows that the name "Mr Henry Williams" would have to be keyed into an Arabic document as "smailliW yrneH rM"--no small inducement to limit the size of such insertions.
Yrneh Gabon Brown, a native of Kingston, Jamaica, has lived in Europe and has settled in Los Angeles for many years.