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from the EBT
The important role of 'slurp' in memory retention and oral tradition
1. the naming of a thing or action by a vocal imitation of the sound associated with it (as buzz, hiss)
2. the use of words whose sound suggests the sense
verb: slurp; 3rd person present: slurps; past tense: slurped; past participle: slurped; gerund or present participle: slurping
eat or drink (something) with a loud sloppy sucking noise.
"she slurped her coffee"
noun: slurp; plural noun: slurps
a loud sucking sound made while eating or drinking.
"she drank it down with a loud slurp"
slurp (in some computer programming languages)
To read in a large file of data into a single named variable.
'SLURP' IN EBT (EARLY BUDDHIST TEXTS) ORAL TRADITION TEACHING TRANSMISSION
Maybe there is a technical term for this concept that already exists. Does anyone know what that is, or can confirm there is not?
In an oral tradition, where all the teachings are memorized, it's important to have a scheme to memorize, organize, and navigate and access the teachings from one's mental mind map. 'Slurp'ing is one such technique.