sim·u·la·crum (smy-lkrm, -lkrm)
n. pl. sim·u·la·cra (-lkr, -lkr)
1. An image or representation.
2. An unreal or vague semblance.
A likeness; a semblance; a mock appearance; a sham; -- now usually in a derogatory sense.
[Latin simulcrum(from simulre, to simulate. See simulate) + -crum, n. suff.]
Eventually I will try and get around to adding here everything my muse beats out of me untill then my apologies will have to do.