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I also know it as an infix. Very common in some language, just like suffixes and prefixes are common in ours. But it's so rare in English that the only real cases of it are words like the ones you outlined above--"in-fucking-credible", etc. Any basic linguistics book should verify this for you :-)
November 11, 2006, 11:52am
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