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A spoonerism is an error in speech or deliberate play on words in which corresponding consonants , vowels , or morphemes are switched (see metathesis ) between two words in a phrase. [1] [2] These are named after pastor William Archibald Spooner , who was famous for doing this.

An example is saying "The Lord is a shoving leopard" instead of " The Lord is a loving shepherd ." While spoonerisms are commonly heard as slips of the tongue, they can also be used intentionally as a play on words.

It is named after the Reverend William Archibald Spooner (1844–1930), Warden of New College, Oxford , who was notoriously prone to this mistake. [3] [4] The term "Spoonerism" was well established by 1921. An article in The Times from that year reports that,

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