Gnip

In navy the SONAR echo is called gnip. Does it sounds familiar?

Finally did you ever wonder

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6 Responses to “Gnip”


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  5. 5 S.Karthikeyan June 22, 2006 at 11:18 am

    Ankur.

    You know the term ping used in networking. The other machine echos if it's alive!

    Gnip is reverse of ping. Serves the same purpose as ping.

    So the rule is, when you want to coin a new word take a existing word and spell it reverse!


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