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message 1: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Have some new funny word you just learnt? Share it here. Don't worry- I have a dictionary(:


message 2: by Tina (new)

Tina snail-mail LOL


message 3: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Yeah!!!!!!!! Hahahahaha XP

I'm thinking XP


message 4: by Alkmini (new)

Alkmini floccinaucinihilipilification
Learnt it today!!


message 5: by Aerykah (new)

Aerykah | 3571 comments Wow, that one is pretty cool, Alikmini! ;D


message 6: by Aerykah (new)

Aerykah | 3571 comments Of course, several of you (I'm lookin' at you, MK ;P ) might already know that this one is my favorite, but I'll share it here anyway. ;P

Psychoneuroimmunonolgy


message 7: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 15, 2015 11:44AM) (new)

brobdingnagian--a literary word for huge or giant.
verisimilitude--reality/state of being true


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googolplex--one of the really big numbers
chartreuse--a shade of green


message 9: by [deleted user] (new)

mediodia (with an accent mark over the last I)--12:00 P.M. in Spanish.


message 10: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 15, 2015 11:46AM) (new)

nonlinear, Pythagorean--both math terms


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dast--in the old book I'm reading. I think it means dare.


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deus ex machina--more of a phrase than a word, but means a too-convenient end to a book.


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domingo--another Spanish word, means Sunday.


message 14: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 15, 2015 11:50AM) (new)

aioli--a sort of sauce? I know it's a cooking term, anyway.
ellipsis--...


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bildungsroman--a coming-of-age story


message 16: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 15, 2015 11:53AM) (new)

scion--a descendant (I think)
nautilus--a type of underwater creature


message 17: by [deleted user] (last edited Sep 15, 2015 11:55AM) (new)

saccharine--too sweet
kitschy--I think it means quirky and old-fashioned? Just looked it up--the meaning is actually 'tacky or lowbrow'.


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exegesis--"critical explanation or interpretation of a text, especially of scripture". Bible study, basically.


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immaculate--clean or pure


message 20: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Ohhhhhh my goodness!!! *goes searching for dictionary hurriedly* Haahahaaha XP


message 21: by Tina (new)

Tina Slothfulness:
The state or quality of being inactive, lazy, without diligence, disinclination to action or labor.

Prov. 10:12 The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.


message 22: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
That's a good one!! Haha :P


message 23: by Tina (new)

Tina Follow the faithful Road. God's rewards supersede the benefits of the wicked.

Life Lessons: 1:1-8

Amen before I go to sleep tonight;


message 24: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
AMEN!!!! :D Haha


message 25: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments Sophie wrote: "Yes, my friends, that above is a word that should never have been invented because no one can say it, without it taking over three hours! I only posted a small portion of it..."

Hey, I didn't believe that anyone would actually come up with a word like that but I just checked and was proven wrong Lol.

I prefer pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis the longest word in the English language.


message 26: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Gosh..... @Sophie- Wow.... like spam much. Just put that word on a letter and it will make the reader scared xP Hahahahaha xD

Oohhhhh nice one Karis!!! what does those mean?


message 27: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments The ridiculously long one Sophie posted is the chemical name for titan (aka connectin), a human protein, and the largest known protein.

And the one I posted is a type of lung disease caused by silica dust.

Not words that you use ever! Imagine getting a letter that you saw was supper long then opening it and reading- Dear Mary Kate, I was just worried that you weren't getting enough- and then a few pages of gibberish that you couldn't understand!


message 28: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments Sophie wrote: "Oh, is that what that word is, Karis? Cool! (I have no idea what titan is :D)
All these words are HUGE! lol"


That's what google came up with. And your guess is as good as mine as for what titan is.


message 29: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Titan sounds like an element but *shrug* Not for sure xP

@Karis- Oohhh that'd freak me out!!! Like I'd so have to figure out what every word meant xP Hahaha. Now no pranks now ;P

@Sophie- Hehehe that's okay!!! Cool anyhow ((;


message 30: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments Word of the day for you guys to tackle- ostrichism, the habit or policy of refusing to face unpleasant facts


message 31: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Ohhhh that was such a great one Karis *hand claps* ((((;


message 32: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments Thanks I take great oblectation (enjoyment) in learning new words. Lol


message 33: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Hahahahaha xP
Well now, I love new words as long as they are not preposterous. (My fav big word xP)


message 34: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Whaaaaa? :O Haha


message 35: by Karis (new)

Karis | 739 comments Sophie wrote: "Oh, guys, don't be so kooky with your online conference. ((I don't know if any of that makes sense, but since I figure no one knows what most of this means anyway, I'm fine. :)))"

:))


message 36: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
;P


message 37: by [deleted user] (new)

(This came to my dream YEARS AGO and I STILL REMEMBER IT.)

Shatoletta. (No meaning to it.)


message 38: by [deleted user] (new)

Maybe. *writes it down in my notebook*


message 39: by Timothy (new)

Timothy | 443 comments Nychthemeron: one day and one night.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/nychth...


message 40: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
@Shine- That is sure unique!!!

Awesome Timothy :D


message 41: by Caitlyn (new)

Caitlyn (caitlynkachman) | 438 comments salubrious


message 42: by [deleted user] (new)

Mary Kate wrote: "@Shine- That is sure unique!!!

Awesome Timothy :D"


I know. I still remembered it.


message 43: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Ohhh what does it mean CWho? xD

Wow, really cool!!! Maybe God will let it be known what it means one day (;


message 44: by Aerykah (last edited Jan 18, 2016 05:08PM) (new)

Aerykah | 3571 comments Here's a word for y'all-- Hornswoggle

Without googling... anyone want to give a guess what it means? ;P


message 45: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
*flabbergasted* I have no idea!!! xP Do tell ;)


message 46: by Aerykah (last edited Jan 20, 2016 08:51PM) (new)

Aerykah | 3571 comments Mary Kate wrote: "*flabbergasted* I have no idea!!! xP Do tell ;)"

"to get the better of someone by cheating or deception; to trick"


message 47: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Ahhh!! Don't Hornswoggle me now xP Hahaha


message 48: by Aerykah (new)

Aerykah | 3571 comments Hehehe! Go check our Google+ convo. ;P


message 49: by brooke1994 (new)

brooke1994  (formerlynarnian525) | 689 comments I thought flabbergasted meant that you're so overwhelmed from having so much work to do XD lol. So I definitely learned something new.


message 50: by M.K., Head Moderator <3 (new)

M.K. Aneal (mkaneal) | 6160 comments Mod
Hehehe xP Well if I am correct, flabbergasted can mean confused as well as worn out. Hehe


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