Saturday, April 27, 2013

tr.v. org·i·fied, org·i·fy·ing, org·i·fies
  1. To convert something to org-mode; to organize.
  [Late Latin orgificre, to make org-like : Latin orgificatus, orgish; see org- in Indo-European roots + Latin -ficre, -fy.]
  orgi·fi·cation (-f-kshn) n. orgi·fier n.

  * "The orgificaion of my .emacs file is complete"
  * "To orgify, or not to orgify, that is the question"