Have you ever noticed that sometimes the antonym of a word is very rarely heard in speech or seen in print? Case in point: "dysphemism" which, as you may have guessed, is the opposite of its commonly used cousin, "euphemism." Another example would be "utopia"and "dystopia."From AWAD [A Word A Day], I received the following definition:dysphemism The substitution of a harsher, deprecating or offensive term in place of a relatively neutral term. [From Greek dys- (bad) + -phemism (as in euphemism).] I think some of the examples given are amusing, given the focus of our forum:e.g., "grammar Nazi", "usage nerd, "syntax snob", and the "language police"! I'll bet that "grammar nazi" [does the 'n' word deserve capitalization - technically, I suppose] was influenced by comedian Jerry Seinfeld's "soup Nazi", don't you think? Question: does anyone know of any other similar uses of the phrase "------ Nazi"? [That particular episode or two from the American sitcom was, I thought, hilarious.]Or perhaps some curious instances of dysphemism?