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Welp, I just find these words very interesting. Thus, I decided to make this blog. Yep. That's about it.

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Unusual Words from A to Z


Alation - The state of having wings; the position of wings on a creature.

Bombilate - To loudly hum or buzz continuously.

Crapehanger - A pessimist.

Defenestrate - To throw out of a window.

Exsibilation - The collective hisses of a disapproving audience.

Frangible - Easily broken.

Gloaming - The period between sunset and full night; dusk.

Hadeharia - The constant use of the word ‘hell’.

Imago - The ideal mental image of a person.

Jejune - Lacking interest or significance; dull or insipid; dry; empty.

Keister - The tool-kit of a burglar.

Labeorphily - The collection and study of beer bottle labels.

Muliebrity - Womanhood, female counterpart to virility.

Nescience - The lack of knowledge.

Ogee - Shaped like an S.

Palabra - A word, a talk.

Quidam - An unknown person.

Rabelaisian - Coarsely hilarious.

Selcouth - Rarely known, unusual, strange.

Tarantism - The irresistible urge to dance.

Unasinous - Characterized by equal stupidity.

Venefic - Acting by poisons, potions, or sorcery.

Whiskerine - A beard-growing contest.

Xylomancy - Divination by examining wood found in one’s path.

Ypsiliform - Shaped like an upsilon.

Zaftig - Having a full, rounded figure.

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A word that can describe the feelings many of my friends. 


A word that can describe the feelings many of my friends. 

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A word that does not exist in the English language:


Arabic – Both morbid and beautiful at once, this incantatory word means “You bury me,” a declaration of one’s hope that they’ll die before another person because of how difficult it would be to live without them.

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n. the amniotic tranquility of being indoors during a thunderstorm, listening to waves of rain pattering against the roof like an argument upstairs, whose muffled words are unintelligible but whose crackling release of built-up tension you understand perfectly.

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Oh my God.

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