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  • An art prompt about drawing a different kaiju every day in June.

    June 3, 2022

  • it's an ice cream made with eggs and heavy cream? Often with chopped cherries, almonds, or crumbled macaroons (biscuits) mixed in. More info at tortoni. #RandomWord

    June 2, 2022

  • In board gaming a shelf jerk is a board game box that is not a standard size and shape (12x12 or euro rectangle shape), making them difficult to fit into bookshelves. (Example: a shoebox, coffin box, or a novelty cylinder shape.)

    See also, this list:

    June 1, 2022

  • Doing some hard pants research and found this.

    As ELLE’s associate beauty editor Margaux Anbouba says about these pants, “they are your classic dad-style thick, fleecy sweat-pants material, shaped into a flattering, just butt-hitting enough fit that you won’ꦗt be embarrassed leaving the house in them.”

    May 31, 2022

  • Just saw this in a Starbucks promotional email - it's a category that includes silverware plus napkins, straws. Basically, they are no longer going to automatically provide serveware to customers - to reduce waste, you now need to ask for them. Looks like it would be a service in🍬dustry term, but because of laws it'll maybe become more widespread.

    May 31, 2022

  • I've always seen it as bupkis. Yiddish as heck.

    May 31, 2022

  • In rock climbing, if you flash a wall, it means you get up it all the way on your first try - especially used in bouldering competitions.

    May 26, 2022

  • In rock climbing, this describes a hold on a wall that is particularly good to grab onto - like a jug handle. (As opposed to shallow holds, slopers, and other, less friendly kinds where you have to crimp your fingers to make them fit.)

    May 26, 2022

  • New euphemism. Class president Zander Moricz was banned from saying gay in his graduation speech, so he talked about his difficulties growing up in Florida with curly hair instead.

    May 26, 2022

  • GSI can stand for "generic safety issue"

    May 25, 2022

  • The dentist near me p✤age is a pretty blank, but it has some nice stock photography a♛t the bottom. And that phrase does show up in tweets.

    May 25, 2022

  • A power-based move in rock climbing, named after a climber named Gaston who was photographed doing the move. also gastoning

    May 22, 2022

  • Radical! #RandomWord

    May 20, 2022

  • different from superspreader, but kind of a superspreader. #RandomWord

    May 20, 2022

  • My first thought was that this was a card game term like a royal flush, then a term about somehow hitting the line of succession jackpot, but it seems to describe a fancy hotel room like a presidential suite. #RandomWord

    May 20, 2022

  • I don't want this to be a new word to watch for in 2022, but as of today it might be.

    May 18, 2022

  • New euphemism for white supremacist terrorist attacks.

    May 16, 2022

  • Interesting that the Word of the Day version of this page doesn't include the etymology or all the meanings.

    May 13, 2022

  • multiball + Paris = multiparous #RandomWord

    May 13, 2022

  • Has anyone named a fictional character Witch Ever? Kind of a satisfying name.

    *Looks like its the name of a Toronto band.

    May 13, 2022

  • secrete-d not secret-ed, right?

    May 11, 2022

  • Also called jaquemart or quarter-jack, but those pages don't have definitions either.

    May 9, 2022

  • I don't get it either, vendingmachine. Maybe it doesn't 'member either.

    May 5, 2022

  • Wikipedia: "Simcenter STAR-CCM+ is a commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) based simul🅰ation software developed by Siemens Digital Industries Software. Simcenter STAR-CCM+ allows the modeling and analysis of a range of engineering problems involving fluid flow, heat transfer, stress, particulate flow, electromagnetics and related phenomena."

    May 5, 2022

  • Ouvroir de littérature potentielle; roughly translated: "workshop of potential literature", stylized OuLiPo)

    May 4, 2022

  • discosauriscids and discosauriscid lead here but there's nothing here or at discosauriscidae. They are a family of stegocephalian/stegocephalous animals with spines from the Permian. Kinda pre-amphibians? #RandomWord

    May 4, 2022

  • AKA pouch of Douglas or rectouterine pouch. A body part I only know about because it inspired the title of Hannah Gadsb🅰y's stand up 𝓡special Douglas. #RandomWord

    May 4, 2022

  • You always hear about dismemberment but not the status quo that precedes it. #RandomWord

    May 4, 2022

  • Not sure when this originated, but it's grown in popularity this year as a way to start a phrase telling someone "my dude, i must kindly inform you that you have majorly fucked up."

    Reminded by this variation from the Met Gala last night: "my sister in Christ, you chose the theme"

    May 3, 2022

  • Picture with a buncha advanced reactor designs around the world:

    May 3, 2022

  • One of my favorite Shakespearean fairies along with peasblossom and cobweb.

    May 3, 2022

  • Earliest citation I found so far was from the 1992 book "A Leader's Journey to Quality" by Dana M Cound. There's a section called "Skip Level Meetings" and this quote after it:

    "The executive should consider making a plant tour following his ski🌠p level meetings - after not before."

    May 2, 2022

  • starboard

    May 2, 2022

  • It's not a metaphorical place only, but some cool work by song pluggers got done there.

    April 29, 2022

  • From the Gungan Star Wars planet Naboo?

    April 28, 2022

  • Salt made from fluoride, lithium, sodium, and potassium.

    Similar to FLiBe

    April 27, 2022

  • April 27, 2022

  • April 27, 2022

  • A #RandomWord from bridge affected by that Trump guy.

    April 25, 2022

  • Misspelling of holders in the quote below?

    April 23, 2022

  • When people get Covid but say they never went anywhere or were in contact with anyone.

    Been around since 2020, but the phrase seems more common now that m🐻any high-risk situations are not considered risks and many precautions have been removed.

    April 15, 2022

  • Petition to name the next pope Sixtus, so there will finally be 6 Sixtuses.

    April 13, 2022

  • June 13, 2009 "On the web, soft hyphens (­ or ­♋) can be added manually to tell browsers where a word can be broken across lines. A soft hyphen will be displayed only when needed and, if desired, can be added multiple times to long words to give the browser options as to where a break might occur. The mark up might look like the following: hy­phen­at­ion,"

    April 13, 2022

  • June 13, 2009

    "The problem for dyslexic people occurs because large gaps between words are more likely to line up above one another than are the smaller gaps typical of more evenly spaced text. When they do, readers may perceive highly distracting white patterns flowing through the page that can become more prominent than the text itself. The effect is known as “rivers of white” and it🍒 can make reading꧋ difficult, if not impossible."

    April 13, 2022

  • society?

    April 12, 2022

  • The book "English Ancestral Names" by JR Dolan (1972) is a great resource for these. 360 pages of surnames grouped by occupation, with historical context for what that work meant between 1100 and 1350.

    April 11, 2022

  • On the Neopets site, your Neopet could have a petpet, which com🌊e in different fantastical breeds 🏅from the larger Neopets. One was called a Noil, which was a cute, plushie-looking lion. (Noil is lion backwards.)

    April 11, 2022

  • Historically related list: hu-science

    April 8, 2022

  • "highly integrated protection system"

    April 8, 2022

  • Like a paper town that only exists on maps but not in the world, this is a (for example, nuclear) power plant/design that only exists in concept without concrete plans to make it a reality. Also paper reactor.

    April 8, 2022

  • ID Dentification

    April 6, 2022

  • Source term can either mean a variable in the relevant equation, or the total result of that equation, which is also called dose consequence.

    April 5, 2022

  • The decay product from an isotope in radioactive decay.

    Heard the phrase "daughters of decay products."

    Does anyone have a list of🌌 potential band names? Please add that.

    April 5, 2022

  • what if you're hallergic to salt?

    April 4, 2022

  • The Girl with the Dogs TikTok/YouTube channel describes pre-groomed dog feet as Grinch feet, resembling the cartoon Grinch from Dr. Seuss. She often says "...I shave out their paw pads... and then I trim their grinch feet" during her narrated walkthroughs of her process with unique dog clients.

    Probably not an originator of the term but definitely a popularizer. Lowercase "🍸grinch feet" appears more commonly in social media posts.

    March 31, 2022

  • The Girl with the Dogs TikTok/YouTube channel describes pre-groomed dog feet as Grinch feet, resembling the cartoon Grinch from Dr. Seuss. She often says "...I shave out their paw pads... and then I trim their grinch feet" during her narrated walkthroughs of her process with unique dog clients.

    Probably not an originator o🌊f the term but definitely a popularizer⭕.

    March 31, 2022

  • I like PIOUS and TEARY to get all 6 vowels and PRST.

    March 30, 2022

  • This is a retronym compared to "dry" electronic signatures in digital documents.

    March 30, 2022

  • Oh, beknave! #RandomWord

    March 29, 2022

  • SEO people use this term. Also indus🤡trial plant people.

    March 28, 2022

  • I learned from a Gastropod podcast about an early version of chewing gum that people used to chew resin from the mastic tree. (picture at link). So. The resin came from the tree name came from the French/Latin Greek veꦏrb?

    March 28, 2022

  • it means 3D printing.

    March 28, 2022

  • For more info, go to the lowercase infrangible page.

    March 28, 2022

  • March 28, 2022

  • A hacking group active in 2022 - causing Okta breach (and others?)

    March 24, 2022

  • In Season 1 of the TV Show Community, Pierce Hawthorne coins the phrase "streets ahead" to mean cool/ahead of its time, though it's just defined as "if you have to ask, you're streets behind.

    People use "streets ahead" IRL in a joking way.

    March 23, 2022

  • When motorcyclists pass each other going in different directions, they tell each other if there's a cop speed trap ahead by patting the top of their helmets. If they have no news, they just give a finger gun salute down low to say "hey, you on motorcycle too. nice."

    My other favorite brief connection gest🦄ure is city bus drivers doin a little two-fingers-to-the-head salute when they pass by each other on their routes.

    March 23, 2022

  • Yes yes! My daily move is now: Heardle, Wordle, Dordle, Quordle, Octordle, hope my brain is awake, do work.

    March 23, 2022

  • Wordle has made frequentatives productive again this year. Absurdle, Airportle, BRDL, Crosswordle, Dordle, Heardle, Lewdle, Lordle of the Rings, Nerdle, Passwordle, Primel, Queerdle, Squabble, Squirdle, Sweardle, Weredle, Wordawazzle, etc.

    See also🦩lists/english-freq♓uentative-verbs'>

    March 22, 2022

  • Perhaps a lovely girl's name? #RandomWord

    March 22, 2022

  • I was also wondering that, yarb. I was going to make a commen🎉t about rolling a nat 21 based on what y🍰ou said, but there was nowhere to do so.

    March 21, 2022

  • Puzzle constructors make a buncha puzzles in March through prompts.

    March 18, 2022

  • Search results are all about backgammon though. I don't know what that means.

    March 17, 2022

  • The GPO Style Guide says "An en space is used for all bearoffs or insets." Seems like a printer's term for an aspect of tables. It's under the Tabular Work section, and the subsection after this is called boxheads.

    March 17, 2022

  • QR phishing. Other variants: SMiShing, vishing, angler phishing, spear phishing, whaling

    March 17, 2022

  • FLiBe and FLiNaK are both written using the elements that make them up, but not in that order. It's not the exact formula like H2O.

    March 16, 2022

  • I only know about the demon raccoon... not sure what would happen if you were posse🐠ssed by a demon chicken. (Demo🌼n Raccoon by The Zach and The Jess)

    March 16, 2022

  • maybe I should fuel a little down, but I still feel rad.

    March 15, 2022

  • This is my best recent Random word button find. You know, same thing as a cheese-pale. You get it.

    March 15, 2022

  • Welcome, pedroy! if you go to the staycation page, you'll find that definition there. Hope you s🃏ee your contributions to word pages for maꦬny years :)

    March 14, 2022

  • Might delete later... was fueling chute.

    March 9, 2022

  • Cooperation in Reactor Design Evaluation and Licensing = Co-R-D-E-L

    March 7, 2022

  • double-ended guillotine break

    March 2, 2022

  • Uranium glass that glowed green (See Visuals below). So called because the Vaseline formula at the time (1930s) was a similar pale yellow-green color.

    February 26, 2022

  • ruzuzu thanks! I just started a new job at a nuclear🐻 power startup, so I'm writing down all the (non-proprietary, non-NDA) Manhattan Project codenames and diagram parts as I come across them and add them to my local Word dictionary :)

    February 25, 2022

  • vendingmachine looks like default is "by anyone" when 𒁃you use the New List dropdown, but not sure if you build it starting from a word's page. You can change permissions under the list's Edit menu.

    February 25, 2022

  • maybe tokamak but maybe that's a Russian🌃 acronym. Don't know enough Russian morphology to tell.

    February 25, 2022

  • The 4 Drag Queens of the RuPocaLipstick: RuPauꦡl + apocalypse + lipstick

    February 25, 2022

  • Paris, Texas. Cairo, Illinois. Portland, Oregon is named after Portland, Maine. (Lore says it was almost called Boston but the other guy (Pettygrove, not Lovejoy) won the coin flip.)

    February 24, 2022

  • Gible is a Ground/Dragon Pokemon from Generation 4. (Pok%C3%A9mon)

    February 24, 2022

  • Me an' pa going a-prefixin'.

    February 24, 2022

  • Comedian Michael Che, responding on Feb 13, 2022 to Kanye's instagram offer to pay him to quit SNL, jokingly says he'll only quit if Kanye fulfills all his ridiculous requests, including tripling his salary and "you gotta make beats for my band 'The Slap Butts'" That's a new cutthroat compound, baby.

    February 23, 2022

  • NOT a basement

    February 23, 2022

  • Is it an acronym or more specifically a clipped compound? I don't know Russian, but it seems like it's coming from To-ka-ma-k, not T.O.K.A.M.A.K. or T.K.M.K but maybe that's how you pronounce those letters?

    February 23, 2022

  • "The Garn is a unit used by NASA to measure nausea and travel sickness caused by space⭕ adaptation syndrome. It is named after astronaut Jake Garn, who was frequently sick during tests and on orbit. A score of one Garn means the suff⛎erer is completely incapacitated."

    February 15, 2022

  • It's a clipped compound!!

    January 21, 2022

  • FLiBe is a molten salt made from a mixture of lithium fluoride (LiF) and beryllium fluoride (BeF2). It is both a nuclear reactor▨ coolant and solvent for fertile or fissile material. It served both purposes in the Molten-S🔥alt Reactor Experiment (MSRE) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

    January 17, 2022

  • October 4, 2021

  • A 2021 original.

    October 4, 2021

  • October 1, 2021

  • you kick miette?!

    October 1, 2021

  • a retronym for jeans/slacks after people started wearing leggings/lounge pants/pajama pants during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

    September 28, 2021

  • Twingo, a Renault city car (1992-present). The name was created from "twist," "swing," and "tango." Not to be confused with TwinGo, a baby carrier for twins.

    August 28, 2021

  • Term proposed by Fritinancy (Nancy Friedman) in August 2021 for three-part blends, itself a four-part blend:


    August 28, 2021

  • "The vaccine will be marketed in the EU under the brand name Comirnaty, which represents a📖 combination of the terms COVID-19, mRNA, community and immunity, to highlight the first authorization of a messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine, as well as the joint global efforts that made this achievement possible with unprecedented rigor and efficiency, and with safety at the forefront, during this global pandemic."

    August 28, 2021

  • ooooo, related to oration, but not kyrie eleison (which means "Lord, have mercy").

    June 4, 2021

  • a UK pandemic word

    "Air bridges are a concept proposed by a few countries in Europe to allow air travel between each other without a two-week quarantine at each destination. They would ‘bridge’ the gap between higher-risk counties, and allow tourism to flourish.

    The plan will mean that tourists, for example, will be able to fly away for a weekend without having to stay locked in a hotel for two weeks at their destination. The same would be true on the return trip too."

    June 4, 2021

  • This is a clipped compound that came out of the pandemic meaning "hybrid-flexible", related to remote/adapted educational strategies.

    June 4, 2021

  • This is a proposed madeupical term for a word that, when spelled backwards, creates a different word like stop and pots or stressed and desserts.

    Levi- is eponymous for the kid creator of the term, and -drome is from palindrome.

    June 3, 2021

  • From @HaggardHawks on Twitter today: A TEDIFEROUS statue is one carrying a torch.

    May 22, 2021

  • "it" used to be spelled "hit" (OE) but lost the h because it's so often in an unstressed place.

    April 28, 2021

  • New term to me. Can describe nonbinary attraction/relationships.

    -trix from the Latin fem. suffix, -tor fro🐭m the Latin masc. suffi♏x.

    April 27, 2021

  • New term to me. Can describe nonbinary attraction/relationships.

    -trix from the Latin fem. suffix, -tor from the Latin masc. suffix.

    April 27, 2021

  • If you have h-dropping (aitch- dropping) like in a Cockney type dialect, can add highway (why), hallway (wall), hooray (rue), holiday (dolly), headway (wed), and hearsay (sear).

    April 15, 2021

  • Idiom meaning that two things will not mix together (without agitation)

    January 21, 2021

  • This is a minced oath. For... Jesus Christ I think?

    January 21, 2021

  • @tankhughes it's kuh-thonic, so I think it counts.

    January 21, 2021

  • Seersucker means milk and sugar, referring to the opposing visuals and textures of the two stripes in seersucker fabric.

    January 21, 2021

  • Hmm, I'm trying to figure out the difference between this and a tautological compound:

    December 16, 2020

  • Well now I'm confused. On Etymonline, it said the Ygg part was Odin, and drasil was horse. Here it says it's terrible + hanging tree. Oof. What's going on here?

    December 3, 2020

  • chthonic seems to just totally omit the ch part?

    June 18, 2020

  • rh(oea) means to flow in Greek. Also Greek: myrrh, rhotic, catarrhA lot of rh- words are German.And then a bꦯoatload of English compounds cuz gosh I love 💞compounds.

    June 18, 2020

  • The letters that stand on their own are: B C F H I K O N P S U V W Y

    the words i made with those are:










    Greek letters: CHI KSI NU PHI PI PSI

    May 31, 2020

  • Mrs. Tiggywinkle

    April 13, 2020

  • Just know that I love priming, and YARD SARD is such a sweet simple example of it when people try to write YARD SALE in big block letters. Two four letter words back to back with an A in the 2nd place somehow leads to a lot of fun variants:

    October 25, 2019

  • "Where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone? Where the hell my Where the hell my phone? How I'm 'pose to get home?" - Phone by Lizzo

    (short for suppose)

    August 22, 2019

  • I've only seen this as PEBKAC but this makes sense as a variation.

    July 31, 2019

  • Pretty fantastic that Word with a capital W means the Bible, the Word of God, or Microsoft Word XD

    July 17, 2019

  • I need to add words from episode 91 - 101 but I'm having permissions issue with pages I made as tankhughes vs TankHughes right now.

    Words to add: quillet, liripipe (liripoop), floruit, thridace, cancrine, ostrakon (ostracon), almacantar (almucantar), embo🍒uchure, scytale, halteres, purfle, utricle

    June 29, 2019

  • I think rage is a noun here, though I originally thought it could go on my verb-verb list. ( The only other𒅌 similar emotion-verb compound 🦩I can think of right now is gladhanding.

    June 26, 2019

  • Scottish writer Chris McQueer used it in a piece called Class:

    "My upbringing has made it easier for me to have a bit of a brass neck and shout about my work when some other writers might feel it’s a bit crass or a bit of a riddy."

    June 4, 2019

  • LuLaRoe is a clothing company named after 3 granddaughters: Lucy, Lola, and Monroe. The company is pyramid scheme-adjacent:

    May 31, 2019

  • Remind me to add category fight when I can.

    May 29, 2019

  • Help! is a 1965 movie starring the Beatles.

    May 12, 2019

  • First!

    This is a capitonym for internet comment pride. I couldn't be first on first or this, but heck yeah I"m first on First.

    Who's on First? ME.

    April 15, 2019

  • Awwww, I just saw the first comment for this and I thou꧃ght I could be "First! on first, but no.

    April 15, 2019

  • According to @HaggardHawks on April 11, 2019, a pomary is an orchard or an apple grove.

    April 12, 2019

  • Canola is "Canada oil, low acid" ?!

    November 8, 2018

  • I really like duckshake milk as as the reverse. It's a stupid fun concept.

    November 8, 2018

  • I🦂n reference to the meme Moon Moon, the stupidest possible wolf. It came from a name generator in which you use your first and last initial to create your "werewolf name" and people with the initials "PW" would get🅰 Moon Moon as the full name.

    November 1, 2018

  • Related: space idioms:

    October 29, 2018

  • Surprisingly easy to say. Something like... yolladiffeyediv.yolladoveifeyedove.

    October 24, 2018

  • I learned this term from this video of comedian Paul F Tompkins as Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber doing audio commentary for the 1925 silent film version of the Phantom of the Opera.

    Starting around 1hour 19 minutes in this video, he doesn't know what barouche means when it comes up in the title card, so he uses it in every possibly context.

    October 3, 2018

  • I love you, qms.

    September 26, 2018

  • I don't know this term. Palabra means word in Spanish. A place for words?

    August 28, 2018

  • "A device for generating a meandering motion."

    July 16, 2018

  • This is a translation of raccoon in several languages.

    I like it because someone suggested to me that it might be a cutthroat compound.

    Tragically, it's not the case. It's a bear-type animal known for washing its food (see sad video of raccoon waashing cotton candy and having it disappear :( ).

    I wish. I WISH. it were an animal who washed be🌠ars, but it's not. Only then would it be a cutthroat construction.

    July 12, 2018

  • This really makes my iliac furrow.

    July 6, 2018

  • The literature examples on this page seem to be about the equivalent of a trailhead and the tweets are about blowjobs in a car (moving or not moving). I don't see examples of either on road head with a space.

    July 6, 2018

  • also the feck in feckless is a Scots shortening of effect.

    June 1, 2018

  • My tired good friend just posited that jackalope = jackfruit + cantaloupe.

    May 11, 2018

  • Are you a [honetically misparsed French word that became a cutthroat in English? I hope so, cutttoe. (See Example)

    April 16, 2018

  • "The name "Makaton" is derived from the first letters of the names of three speech and language therapists who helped devise the programme in the 1970s: the researcher Margaret Walker, and Katharine Johnston and Tony Cornforth, colleagues from the Royal Association for Deaf people.4" - Makaton Wikipedia page.

    March 8, 2018

  • Euphemism for penis.

    February 26, 2018

  • stop, opts, pots, post.

    This goes through my head at most stop signs.

    February 6, 2018

  • This originally came from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode A New Man (2000). Fourth season, twelfth episode.

    Professor Maggie Walsh: So, the Slayer!

    Buffy: Yeah. That's me.

    Professor Maggie Walsh: We thought you were a myth.

    Buffy: Well, you were myth-taken

    January 29, 2018

  • On pg 28 of this surname book, the footnote says "Popkiss may be derived from some " nurse name in the same way."

    English Surnames: An Essay on Family Nomenclature, Historical ..., Volume 2By Mark Antony Lowe

    I don't know why the quotation mark is used befo💎re nurse name and I don't know what nurse name means and googling it just gets me a list of famous nurses.

    January 24, 2018

  • Twitter released a statement about not blocking or deleting world leader accounts. January 5, 2018:

    "Elected world leaders play a critical role in that conversation because of their outsized impact on our society."

    January 5, 2018

  • You're the best, qms.

    January 2, 2018

  • January 2018

    "Q. In the early 1930s, my grandmother won a citywide crossword puzzle contest in New York City, earning the $1,000 prize at a time when money was tight. The winning word was qobar, a word that no longer appears in even unabridged dictionaries. Once a word is a wꦕord, isn’t it always a word?

    A. Yes. But so far, there has never been a dictionary that listed all the words. There are too many words! One of the standards that lexicographers use when deciding which words to delete to make way for new ones is whether a word is actually used very often in a meaningful way. At least one online dictionary, Wordnik, has a goal of listing all th♏e words available. Qobar iღsn’t listed there yet—maybe you should send it!"

    January 2, 2018

  • Nov 2017

    "The gurning batrachian monster that crawled out of the morda🥂nt id of mass society to squat in the Oval Office was a symptom of our collective neurosis before he was a cause."

    November 28, 2017

  • Nov 2017
    "The gurning batrachi💦an monster that crawled out of the mordant id of mass society to squat in the Oval Office was a symptom of our collective neurosis before he was a cause."

    November 28, 2017

  • Used by @zinziclemmons in a Nov 19 2017 tweet to describe Lena Dunham and people in her social circles who use sarcasm to cover up racism.


    November 21, 2017

  • "Ashes 2015: 'It's Pomicide' - world reacts to Australia's collapse"

    Australia cricket team was trou🦩nced by British but I don't gﷺet the pomicide reference.

    October 25, 2017

  • NOT my last name but pretty close.

    Brain hugeous.

    September 19, 2017

  • This is covered more on the singular taint page, but taints could mean 3 things:

    Verb: to taint, to poison, to sully

    Noun: body part: skin between genitals and anus (perimneum). (Possibly from contraction meaning).

    Contraction: it ain't. "'taint what you do, it's the way that you do it."

    September 12, 2017

  • Hi alexz. I𒅌t's a Mexican dish that most Americans know through the Taco Bell bastard version (that's kind of like a taco but made with fried dough).

    September 11, 2017

  • Hi!

    September 11, 2017

  • I recently realized that the heel that they🌼 mention in "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" is the same as the wrestling heel.

    August 31, 2017

  • Of course it's a word! It has sound and meaning. And it serves several functions in English:

    In the phrase "yous guys," it seems to decline so it matches its noun, I think that's sweet.

    Also appears at the end of syntactically frozen phrases like "all the i love yous."

    Also has a distinct ability to declare that someone is not unique and there are many of that person as in "there's a million of yous, the🅘re's only one of me." (Kanye West - Stronger)

    August 22, 2017

  • He is right. alexz. It's Spanish for handsome. Th💎e villain inꦏ Three Amigos is "El Guapo."

    August 21, 2017

  • enough already! :)

    August 7, 2017

  • "This page is helpfuler than I thought it would be." - friend I told about Wordnik.

    August 3, 2017

  • Welcome over here, QPheevr!

    July 20, 2017

  • See also: Dragon Bro comics by Floccinaucinihilifilipication on tumblr:

    June 30, 2017

  • Bricks made from ashes in Gaza:

    June 17, 2017

  • See also: mlem

    June 5, 2017

  • The🀅 esteemed WeRateDogs twitter account useജs blep like that:

    Someone said blep is for cats only but WeRateDogꩲs is having none of it:

    June 5, 2017

  • For internet dogs, I think it's about when dogs stick their tongues out just a little bit, like they forgot to pull it back in before closing their mouth.

    June 5, 2017

  • A term that Joyce uses in Ulysses to describe villainous men but also in erotic letters to his wife:

    May 8, 2017

  • backlash against the group messaging app Slack.

    May 2, 2017

  • When a queen bee is old or diseased, the worker bees huddle around here and overheat her to death. This is known as cuddle death.

    I think it's true? But either way, a good phrase.

    April 22, 2017

  • I think Kory said it because she (and I) recently attended ACES in Florida and Anne Curzan in her keynote speech, used the term grammando. Curzan has used it for years.

    It's a proposed alternative to grammar nazi. I'd like to disassociate asshole pedants from state-funded murderers, ao I use it a 𝔉bit🥀 and hope it catches on.

    April 21, 2017

  • A nickname for 2017 US Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

    April 14, 2017

  • The news that Young Pope actor Jude Law will be playing a younger version of Dumbledore in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts movie:

    April 12, 2017

  • See: nut paragraph

    March 21, 2017

  • As explained in Writing Tools by Roy Peter Clark, a nut paragraph answers the "so what?" question for the reader.

    Also nut graph

    March 21, 2017

  • *eats a chocolate old-fashioned* good idea, bilby.

    March 17, 2017

  • An American punk rock band.

    March 10, 2017

  • nippleless

    March 7, 2017

  • Raynaud's phenomenon is often a sequela.

    March 3, 2017

  • March 3, 2017

  • I would guess it's an allusion to Dicken's A Christmas Carol when Scrooge tries to explain Marley away:

    "“You may be an undigested bit of beef, a blot of musta꧙rd, a crumb of cheese, a fragm🧸ent of underdone potato. There's more of gravy than of grave about you, whatever you are!”"

    February 22, 2017

  • Short for International Correspondence Writing Month:

    Every February

    February 21, 2017

  • Shitgibbon was used in a presidential insult tweet: "Hey @realDonaldTrump I oppose civil asset forfeiture too! Why don't you try to destroy my career you fascist, loofa-faced, shit-gibbon!"

    shitgibbon is an example of a shitgibbon compound.

    February 18, 2017

  • An acronym short for "grotesque, unbelievable, bizarre, unprecedented."

    Not military slang as I first suspected.

    Based off of this quote by then Taoiseach (prime minister) of Ireland, Charles Haughe, in 1945: "It was a bizarre happening, an unprecedented situation, a grotesque situation, an almost unbelievable mischance."

    February 10, 2017

  • Fake food item proposed by David Ortiz (Kenan Thompson) that's like a turducken but with mofongo, chicken, and a penguin.

    From ಌKristen Stewart SNL episode Feb 4, 2017 during the Weekend Update segment.

    February 9, 2017

  • You get em, qms. Sub-limerick the bastard.

    February 8, 2017

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  • Sorry about the condiment incident.

    October 28, 2015

  • Bilby has been known to talk to himself, but this time he was talking to me. My comment page is experiencing a 404 bad ketchup gateway moment.

    April 27, 2015

  • who's my little paleoverbologist? <3

    May 12, 2011

  • Your tags are amazing. I adore the periodic symbol words.

    November 7, 2010

  • We're up to a thousand different consonant-vowel patterns now, tagged convowel.

    March 5, 2010

  • Have you figured out how many different consonant-vowel patterns are possible? I've found representatives for a couple of dozen more patterns. Your tag for descriptive missed the last vowel (assuming it's yours).

    I've tagged vowel patterns in lots of words over the last couple of years. See the list descriptions for Panvocalics, Panvocalic euryvocalic, Monovocalics, and Double diphthongs etc♍. Let me know if you find any errors with my tags.

    O🍷neLook might help your search for oth💃er patterns, such as .

    February 16, 2010

  • Wow, thanks! Right now I have the time to contribute here and it amuses me. Thanks for the heads up on the error, I'm definitely human. I have a blog that, among other things, tracks the silly tags I've been adding on wordnik:

    February 14, 2010

  • Hi Bri,

    Love the consonant-vowel tagging! You've covered a lot of ground. I've been adding a few of the odder patterns. There's an extra c in your tag for down.

    February 14, 2010

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