We wish to introduce the recreational aspects of the eodermdrome, which is a recently formulated concept dealing with the structure of language units such as letters and words. Although this concept may eventually lead to a numerical way to compare the structural differences between languages and to trace structural development in a single language, the majority of individuals who learn about eodermdromes evince less interest in their potential scholarly ramifications than in the delightful task of creating them.
Bloom, Gary S.; Kennedy, John W.; and Wexler, Peter J.
"Ensnaring the Elusive Eodermdrome,"
Word Ways: Vol. 13
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol13/iss3/2