The Three Shakespeareans
Shakespeare's coined words are much similar to ours thou - you, art - are. These are few of the many that relate to ours.
Shakespeare's insults were like no other at the time and he kinda led to how they are today. He'd add words into a sentence that wouldn't really go together such as "Thou art a boil, a plague sore"
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Shakespeare's compounds were all similar with little difference. He'd add words together and make a shorter one instead of a long sentence.