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Total Respondents: 358

I have organized the first 142 query responses in more detail manually so you can get a better overview of the responses. But I'm finding it too time consuming, so from now on, I'll just give you the data unformatted:


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blag: goodness in Russian
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1. Gratuitous insult. v.to blag 'He was blaged by a young punk on the street' 2.n. An icicle when used as a weapon. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A boozy braggart (290,f,40,no,English)
* A canvas bag used to hold slag in a coal mine. (282,m,47,no,English)
* A disgusting mess (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* A lie that people tell. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* A marshy area (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* A rough type of unfinished product or excrement (272,M,40,no,English)
* Describes a texture; adj. (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* Emotion meaning depression due to a confused state of mind. (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* The heavy, slapping sound of skin colliding with a hard surface. The word (for me, anyway) specifically calls to mind an overweight person falling down on a tile floor. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* The way one feels after eating, monley brains a la mode. (286,male,33,no,english)
* This obviously sounds like someone saying 'brag' in a fake chinese accent. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* To not care about something. eg: 'He was very blag about the idea.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* To slowly try to spit out the sentence that is just at the tip of your tounge. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* To tell someone his fly is open, as in, I took him aside and blagged him. (262,F,50,no,English)
* a dreadful,loud sound (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a reasoning and forming of dejection from natural reactions. (297,male,32,yes,english)
* a sack filled with hardware tools (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a short, mid-sentence or mid-thought interjection in which one says something self-congratulatory or boastful (285,female,26,no,English)
* an utterance of sheer disgust at the slowness of some process (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* back fat (269,f,42,no,english)
* black bag (295,,,,)
* blag, verb, to disappoint. He hopes his poor grades won't blag his parents. (296,Female,52,Not sure, Phonics - yes.,English)
* blah (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* boring and drab (283,female,43,no,endglis)
* combination of blaa and drag. a boring person (260,male,57,very little,english)
* disgusting, oily and slow-moving (265,female,52,No,English)
* from blaggard a scoundral of one in number. Part of a gang of people who are difficult to trust. It can also mean to decieve or to 'con' that is take you in their confidence and then make a fool of you. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* lagging behind (254,female,55,no,English)
* means sorness after over working oneself if pronounced like blah, blah, blah, if prounced like flaf it means an item that has been given from a likable source. (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* name you call someone, scottish ancenstry (291,female,27,no,english)
* particularly gruesome bragging (274,m,44,no,english)
* rock (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* slang sounds to much like barfing to use (252,f,25,no,english)
* something gross... like the sound some one makes during a chuncky burp. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* split, stupid (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* the sound made when something tastes bad (253,f,28,no,english)
* the sound produced when a guitar string breaks (257,female,22,no,english)
* this means to bluff your way out of a situation (288,Male,52,no,English)
* to act as if you were beter that others. (266,male,16,no,english)
* to blabber (263,female,41,no,english)
* to blag - to talk endlessly about oneself (264,f,31,yes,Polish/English)
* to deride (colloq) (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* unsightly scene (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* v, to explode in a messy/smeely way (294,female,18,no,english) * ('blAg) v. or interj. flame or torch into flexible fragments (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* A person who is rich and lazy, often doing nothing but contemplating their own greatness. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A real word - English (as in U.K.) word meaning to obtain something of value for free, e.g. cigarettes, drinks, entry passes, games, car rides etc. (334,M,29,No,English)
* An adjective to describe the smell of wet asphalt. (317,female,18,no,English)
* Broken; beyond repair; inherently flawed (315,Male,51,No,English)
* Common sensation experienced after overindulgence in strong drink. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* Loud noisy talk. (302,m,56,no,English)
* Mud, filth, soot. (348,male,16,no,English)
* That which you cough-up and spit out after a taste of bad beer (327,m,2,no,english)
* To say something without thinking of the consequences. (verb) (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* What you feel like when you have a head cold with stuffy nose (316,Female,20,no,English)
* a black slopy bag (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a cloud watcher's term used to describe the intersection of different weather systems. (309,m,36,no,english)
* a dull person; to bore someone (306,m,42,no,english)
* a form of boredum (354,,,not formally,English)
* a humourous story. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a round sack of slime (312,,,,)
* a state of mind that results from job related stress and too many days in a row without seeing the sun (324,male,39,no,english)
* an offensive, derogatory event, or statement (337,male,57,no,English)
* an old hag or a bunch o balogina bull#*! it (352,female,25,No,english)
* barco en el mar (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* blando (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* boring, drab (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* depressed, tired, burdened (321,F,33,no,English)
* disgusting,distasteful, yucky (323,female,22,no,english)
* fat woman; plastic bag full of air (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* flag black bla-bla-bla (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* in russian it means saint, happy, absolutelly satisfied with life, people and god (338,,,,)
* it is word used in russian, bulgarian, serbian and old slovakian languages used for 'blessed' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* melow (335,m,28,n,croatian)
* name.....:) (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* runny, slippery (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* slow, awkward (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* sluggish, very low, plain (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* sluggish... as in 'blagging about' (304,female,29,no,english)
* talk braggingly and only somewhat untruthfully about (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* the chatter of a witch, I do not recognize this word in any language (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* the premenstral emotional state females experience. (339,female,35,no,english)
* the sound that occurs when trash can lids are slammed together (353,f,31,no,english)
* the waste pieces of manufactured concrete objects, thse chunks left behind after a piece is finished. (331,F,50,no,english)
* to blag: to make artificial wind (357,,,,)
* to have a negative reaction to a bad smell or taste (345,,,,)
* unnecessary speaking (307,female,18,no,English)
* v - to complain continously about trivialities. (305,m,41,no,english)
* verb: to talk on and on and on and on.... (318,f,29,no,english)
* yuck! (320,f,44,no,english)
* A small earth dwelling invertibrate kjnown to carry certain diseases. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))

bristi: ford, wade in Lithuanian
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to be freash and clean. (266,male,16,no,english)
* (adj.)refers to a happy, lively person: She´s such a bristi girl! (264,f,31,yes,Polish/English)
* A device for brushing off cat hair from sweaters, usually consisting of hundreds of individually articulated prongs (272,M,40,no,English)
* A meat and biscuit sandwich. (290,f,40,no,English)
* A small italian biscuit you consume with tea (291,female,27,no,english)
* A type of walk one goes on during a rain/wind storm. (286,male,33,no,english)
* A type of weather seen in northern climates, as in Canada, being a mix of fog ang sleet. We would have gone out but it was alreayd bristing out on the highway. (262,F,50,no,English)
* Brisk and brittle, fresh and crunchy (282,m,47,no,English)
* Deprecated Latin plural for 'bristle' (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* Eager, perky, ready for action; adj. (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* Fresh feeling produced by a spring breese. (250,male,49,no,English)
* Noun, a corset, probably only covering an area a few inches above and below the waiste. (252,f,25,no,english)
* Someone who is very effeminantly homosexual. eg: 'He's *such* a bristi; just look at that blouse!' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* The crumbs of the steel wool used to wash a frying pan with two day old chicken fat. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* The noise of sand grains rubbing against each other while being poured out of a container. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* The taste of spearment (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* This could be a remote past tense of the verb to drink in italian(though I know it isn't). (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* This is a person who used to live in Bristol but was thrown out. A bit like the opposit of 'freedom of the city' If you are a bristi you land on you bum and have a sore thus a blista to remember the City by. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* To behave like a Bristian (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* a cool refreshing drink for models (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a nominal amount of rubbish (297,male,32,yes,english)
* a person's name (263,female,41,no,english)
* a type of drink that peps you up (274,m,44,no,english)
* an unwanted attribute or learning difficulty (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* angry person or thing (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* bristi, noun, a large-sized pimple ready to burst. He didn't want to go to school because he had a bristi on the tip of his nose. (296,Female,52,Not sure, Phonics - yes.,English)
* bristle (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* bristly or prickly (254,female,55,no,English)
* course grass/lawn (295,,,,)
* full of life (283,female,43,no,endglis)
* girl or something very beautiful (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* girl's name (253,f,28,no,english)
* is Latin for coldest day of the year (257,female,22,no,english)
* like bristle. brisk. 'He was very bristi. (260,male,57,very little,english)
* like porcupine quills (270,f,33,no,english)
* pointed, needle-like (265,female,52,No,English)
* sharp (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* soda (269,f,42,no,english)
* that little wimpy prince in Monty Python and the Holy Grail who had a really over bearing father... he was bristi (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* the quick jog to find a towel after having noticed that there are none in the bathroom to dry off with (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* very inconsiderate (293,male,14,,filipino)
* A Swiss beef dish. (302,m,56,no,English)
* A breeze or light wind blowing inland from the mediterain, often resonsible for transporting blag larvae. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* A form of dancing performed by young men and women before marrige. This dance forces the couple to drop pretences and react to each other, so the tribal elders can see if they are a sutible match. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A matted tuft of hair usually as a result of too much goop in the hair (327,m,2,no,english)
* A woman name´s (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* Bright; sunny disposition; forgiving (315,Male,51,No,English)
* Bristol brest'i -in Russian to go slowly vesti -news in Russian (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* Fresh and clean. (adj.) eg. I got out the shower and was pleasantly surprized to find a nice, bristi towel. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* Irish/gaelic for broken (really) (318,f,29,no,english)
* Light and prancing (adjective)---'The carefree young girl was very bristi.' (348,male,16,no,English)
* Portmanteau word made up of 'breezy' and 'misty' - perhaps the drops one forms on the tip of one's nose in these conditions could be called bristicles? (334,M,29,No,English)
* Sounds like a pet name (304,female,29,no,english)
* The verb used to describe the body shivers associated with being in a cold environment. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* This could mean broken in some Norwegian dialect. (343,male,23,very little,Sweadish and Norwegian)
* Word that describes the taste of juice spritzers-- particularly tangerine juice spritzers (try one, you'll know what I mean!) (316,Female,20,no,English)
* a cold fragile cookie (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a hotel (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* a light, small brush used to spread out glitter (312,,,,)
* a small brush. It seems somanian to me (?) (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* a small tool used for extracting the seeds from grapes (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a tea thais drunk during a bris! (331,F,50,no,english)
* a type of broom (307,female,18,no,English)
* adj. - used to describe someone or something that is cool and stiff. (305,m,41,no,english)
* adj. describing confused state of mind resulting in somewhat surly behavior. 'The bristi wife snapped irritably at her husband.' 'Her response was bristian.' (356,F,35,No,English)
* an appetizer consisting of bread topped with butter and herbs (353,f,31,no,english)
* biscotti, biscoito (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* bread with stiff crust (325,,23,a little,english)
* confident light airy as in a brisk wind, some ones name (352,female,25,No,english)
* fine but strong wind in an airport (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* foam on top of a soda or beer (345,,,,)
* i do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* little breasts (357,,,,)
* moving about cheerfully, purposfully (321,F,33,no,English)
* muchacha (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* name (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* prickly, brilliant light (323,female,22,no,english)
* quick witted but quarrelsome (306,m,42,no,english)
* quick, reinvigorating (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* quick, spritely (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* quickly. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* sense of pristene (337,male,57,no,English)
* something in the way of a cross between bustle and busy (324,male,39,no,english)
* state achieved after consuming a bottle of sherry. (309,m,36,no,english)
* the effects of wind on frozen crystal (354,,,not formally,English)
* ('bris ti) n. or adj. fresh and salty (water or broth) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

drakt: attire in Norwegian
*
a robotic creature, metallic in colour and texture, large, sixe of a telephone booth. (291,female,27,no,english)
* (n.) a long journey (264,f,31,yes,Polish/English)
* 1. n An assistant or apprentice theif 2.a money launderer (250,male,49,no,English)
* ??? (263,female,41,no,english)
* A Romanian instrument of tourture that involves a long black iron stake. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A dead male duck that is bloated and willnot sink. It is a mixture of a drake and drift wood. A drakt. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* A henchman of the underworld; the kingpin's underling; does the dirty work (290,f,40,no,English)
* A unit of measurement (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* A yogurt drink from Khazakhstan, made from the milk of yaks, its origin being a variant on that animal name. (262,F,50,no,English)
* Cousin of Vlad the Impaler: 'drakt' means to die a horrible death in an Irlag, an obscure Magyar dialect (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Drawing obscenities. 'He was drakting on the desk during class again while the teacher droned on.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* Exclamation used when you drop somehing heavy on your toe and there are small children in hearing range. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* I get a combined image of a drake and 'draught', as in the draught of a ship (depth under the waterline), with Dutch intonations, since it sounds like a Dutch word (I don't speak Dutch) but since Holland is an old sea-faring nation, the ship A type of old dutch sailing ship with shallow draught. (282,m,47,no,English)
* I like this word alot. I wish it was real so I could use it. (252,f,25,no,english)
* Not fun. (266,male,16,no,english)
* Old english=past tense of the verb to behave like a dragon. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* What people do after someone gets drunk. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* a blanket/taupe use to cover wood (295,,,,)
* a board game in which clever dominance causes one to 'win' (274,m,44,no,english)
* a dark and unsafe alley (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a dark orface hidden from view, meant to trap. (297,male,32,yes,english)
* a drainage ditch or pipeline occasionally filled with water, but usually dried up and dusty (285,female,26,no,English)
* a foul-smelling liquid often presented to poor travelers (272,M,40,no,English)
* a knife used for self defense by that cute guy in 'The Highlander' tv series (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a part of a machine broke down (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* a person that works a physical labor outside (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a term used in the 1700s to describe a dead relatives will (257,female,22,no,english)
* bill collector (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* black frozen slag (254,female,55,no,English)
* blackhead (269,f,42,no,english)
* braggart (265,female,52,No,English)
* drakt, adjective, dark and damp. They were scared to enter the drakt closet at the back of the cellar. (296,Female,52,Not sure, Phonics - yes.,English)
* drank (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* drek, drat. useless junk. (260,male,57,very little,english)
* heavy (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* lack of understanding (293,male,14,,filipino)
* pissed off (270,f,33,no,english)
* shucks (283,female,43,no,endglis)
* the ability to immediately disgust people, i.e. opposite of attract (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* A card move. (348,male,16,no,English)
* A female daraki. APprson who creates problems untwittingly and without malice. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* A sudden burst of icy wind (317,female,18,no,English)
* An electronic data overload within a fiber-optic/coaxial interface. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* Something in the nigth (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* Something that is severely damaged. (noun) eg. that car is a drakt. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* The remains of an unidentifiable something brought into the house on the bottom of somones shoe (327,m,2,no,english)
* The sound of a washboard being played (334,M,29,No,English)
* This is a Norwegian word meaning costume or dress. (343,male,23,very little,Sweadish and Norwegian)
* Wearing drab-coloured clothes. (302,m,56,no,English)
* a cape (307,female,18,no,English)
* a description related to power (337,male,57,no,English)
* a dragon like glass (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a edict or spell imposing onerous restrictions on a person or group; to work a drakt on someone (306,m,42,no,english)
* a germanic salutation (345,,,,)
* a gorge (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* a somber place (a cross between a drakkar and dark) (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* a swear word (321,F,33,no,English)
* a type of woolen nomadic tent. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a user; something that sucks up energy without putting anything back. (315,Male,51,No,English)
* a written or printed note which is delivered to people in order to give directions. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* an appendege (354,,,not formally,English)
* an insect of some kind (304,female,29,no,english)
* dark, troll, dense dum sikness (352,female,25,No,english)
* dragon (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* dunked/soaked in cold water (318,f,29,no,english)
* dyrokol - a thing for making holes in paper trakt - road in Russian (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* formal missive (325,,23,a little,english)
* mechanic tool (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* obscuro (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* shadowy, dark, damp (323,female,22,no,english)
* something deep, round (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* something that snidely whiplash would say - Drakt, drakt and double-drakt (324,male,39,no,english)
* sort of backgammon (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* the corner of a wooden room, usually dusty (312,,,,)
* throt (357,,,,)
* turkish playdoh. (309,m,36,no,english)
* vithoght 't' it is in slovakian language a word for draggon (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* ('draakt) adj. composed yet macabre (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

ffleimio: lance in Welsh
*
(alternative spelling ffflemio) Fopish tie common among dandies in the Edwardian era, first popularized by Ferdinan Foquet Fleimio. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A celtic fairy stringed instrument (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* A crepe with plum sauce and sour creme, and flaming brandy. (290,f,40,no,English)
* An Italian means of cooking; verb (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* An apprentice noodle maker in northern Italy. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* An exotic, large, fat blue-feathered bird native to South American rain forests. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* Delicate and refined, with elegant curves (282,m,47,no,English)
* The dry mouth you sometimes get in the early morning after waking. 'I had such a ffleimio this morning I could hardly breathe.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* a black leather material (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a cold symtom (269,f,42,no,english)
* a complex-to-make flaming italian dessert (274,m,44,no,english)
* a fancy formal dancing shoe of the 18th Century (265,female,52,No,English)
* a pink aminal with long legs (263,female,41,no,english)
* a type of psychoses (257,female,22,no,english)
* a type of sweet European custard (272,M,40,no,English)
* affectinate object (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* an exuberant homosexual person heavily flirting with someone not of the same persuasion (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* cunnilingus or something sexual (270,f,33,no,english)
* flamboyant or flashy (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* flemingo (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* leave me alone (254,female,55,no,English)
* mucus (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* peel, peeling (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* pukeish light green color (256,female,25,a little,American)
* sexual affinity towards birds (291,female,27,no,english)
* word use to describe all natural (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* A 'ffleimio' is the slang term for a single ticket on a personal executive jet to anywhere that person wishes (327,m,2,no,english)
* A rare and painful virus found only in Thailand. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* A verb to describe the way tentacled creatures move. 'The octopus ffleimioed across the ocean floor.' (317,female,18,no,English)
* An inexpensive wooden flute. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* Ido not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Italian character from a Federico Fellini movie. (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* To send a rude email message written in Welsh. (302,m,56,no,English)
* a red bird (323,female,22,no,english)
* a tropical flower (312,,,,)
* a type of sub-atomic particle (324,male,39,no,english)
* an intricate harp composition; a type of love song; (figurative) amorous intrigue (306,m,42,no,english)
* an italian adolescent female (337,male,57,no,English)
* bird (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* boiling burnt scalding (354,,,not formally,English)
* dancing (315,Male,51,No,English)
* double sided, unknown baked, done, finished (352,female,25,No,english)
* fillet mignon, but in served in a dirt-cheap, gresynous cafe (316,Female,20,no,English)
* flamingo (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* flemish (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* nauseous, about to vomit (321,F,33,no,English)
* operatic term, means 'clear yr throat, here comes a high one.' (309,m,36,no,english)
* phlegmy - of a language (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* son and inheriters (357,,,,)
* stringy (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* viking ship (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* ('flii mi ,@u) n. or v.i. dance in a public fountain as a display of affection (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

frigy: alliance in Hungarian
*
A Norse god that monitors hangs like a vapor around yaggdrasil and gives inuitive advice to visitors (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A harmless liar (265,female,52,No,English)
* A kind of blag (vis.'blag' def.2) (250,male,49,no,English)
* Another rated G exclamation (256,female,25,a little,American)
* Crud from the back of the fridge. (290,f,40,no,English)
* Latin for icebox (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Slang for frigid. 'Sue is frigy.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* The third person of to fry (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* This instument has been prevented from being made as it is thought to displace men. Several civilisations have peatered out as a result of this unspeakable objects. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* What people feel when they get cold. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* a british form of the american word for 'frigid' (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a kind of grass (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a pig with fur (263,female,41,no,english)
* acting wild (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* adjective for some uncoordinated motion (253,f,28,no,english)
* alive and energetic (254,female,55,no,English)
* cold (260,male,57,very little,english)
* cold (270,f,33,no,english)
* excitible or anxious (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* figity (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* fluffy small creature, pet, fast (291,female,27,no,english)
* frigid (269,f,42,no,english)
* frozen meat (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* in the early 15th century it was the meal before supper and breakfast (257,female,22,no,english)
* kludgy and makeshift. (282,m,47,no,English)
* rather cold (274,m,44,no,english)
* the act of putting things that do not really belong in the freezer, in the freezer, ie snowballs, water balloons, etc. (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* unbalanced (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* A scruffy looking student. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* A small icebox for single, often divorced females (327,m,2,no,english)
* A small refrigerator. (302,m,56,no,English)
* Creepy ....Oooooooohhhhhhhh (304,female,29,no,english)
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* State of mental confusion caused by overexposure to wireless communications. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* a hatchling artic bird (354,,,not formally,English)
* a place that is painted white and has the air conditioning up too high, thus resembling a fridge (318,f,29,no,english)
* an italian adolescent male (337,male,57,no,English)
* chilly, behaving as if one is frigid (331,F,50,no,english)
* cold (323,female,22,no,english)
* cold (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* cold (357,,,,)
* cold, wiggly (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* curly and squihy, like old curly french fries (312,,,,)
* eventual evolution of the slang word 'friggin'' (316,Female,20,no,English)
* frigida (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* frigil (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* frigo, frigid (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* hair, style, type of enrgy one gives off (352,female,25,No,english)
* more than cold, unbearable weather (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* nordic cold (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* panting with exhaustion (321,F,33,no,English)
* practical and materialistic (306,m,42,no,english)
* refrigerator for pygmies (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* restless (315,Male,51,No,English)
* running in jr. high hallways. (309,m,36,no,english)
* said of a woman who pretends not feeling like making love but who definitely wants to. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* some sort of disorder that pre-mature babies get (324,male,39,no,english)
* the state of being unduly nervous without an expressible reason, superficial nervousness (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* witouth sex (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* ('fridZ i) n. nonchalance or assertiveness, esp. in the phrase 'f~ factor', intensified by 'prime' (high-school slang) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

glani: fatigue in Hindi
*
(v.) to stroke somebody, to suck up to somebody: That Maria always tries to glani everybody. (264,f,31,yes,Polish/English)
* A person who lives in the glenn and will not venture forth. In fact such people have been know to dwell in the same place all their lives and thus remain a Glani. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* African ungulant, once numbering in the millions, now rare (250,male,49,no,English)
* An Irish floral arrangement (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* Ballsy, as if driven by (glandular) emotion. (282,m,47,no,English)
* Elvish for 'listen' (Tolkien was close). (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Not clean (266,male,16,no,english)
* One of the darker emotions, shading in from fear towards depression. He wanted to look for a different job, but already found himself feeling too glani about it. (262,F,50,no,English)
* Plural of gland, the more often used term glands is of course incorrect. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* The utter disgust you feel when a song you utterly detest gets stuck in your head. 'He was feeling glani when he couldn't get that Backstreet Boys song out of his head.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* The wax used to covered presentation food to make it shiny. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* This world looks distinctivly non-English to me. I wouldnt use it. (252,f,25,no,english)
* To polish to a crisp shine. ('Look at the way they glanied the gym floor!') (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* Vain; taken with one's own physical appearance; spends a lot of time and energy on public image. (290,f,40,no,English)
* a ethnic cocktail, citrus based but with spices added, oriental (291,female,27,no,english)
* a flatform (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a kilt (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a person that is outside of the city and can not return like a hermit (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a sticky gelatin made of the sexual glands of various fish (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* feeling warm and comfortable (254,female,55,no,English)
* formerly known as the 8th day of the week (257,female,22,no,english)
* glad (269,f,42,no,english)
* gland like gelatenous (260,male,57,very little,english)
* glani, noun, a class of virus that cause extreme intestinal bloating. The doctor suspected that the patient's suffering was caused by glani. (296,Female,52,Not sure, Phonics - yes.,English)
* glob (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* green see through plastic (295,,,,)
* having to do with the organs of the body (270,f,33,no,english)
* latin for a body organ (263,female,41,no,english)
* moody (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* someone with a cheerful dispostion (274,m,44,no,english)
* something huge in dimensions I'm getting bigger (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* sweet (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* the private parts of a seet young thing (272,M,40,no,English)
* well now, you know--- (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* wisewoman (265,female,52,No,English)
* ('glan i) [i.e. rhymes with funny] n. pl. waterproof riding overshoes (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* 1. insecurance 2. lying (357,,,,)
* A small puffy lump felt somewhere on the body while experiencing a terrible cold/ (327,m,2,no,english)
* A smooth, round stone usualy found near a river. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* An Irish landscape of rolling green hills. (302,m,56,no,English)
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* One who has been glaned by a glanner. Glanning is the anchient Romaniian custom of seripitiously removing somebodies shoes and socks. A tricky process. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* The happy sorry felt that is common at some funerals. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* a bodily organ, wet secretions (323,female,22,no,english)
* a gland (307,female,18,no,English)
* a precursor to a request, like 'please' or 'may I' (321,F,33,no,English)
* a small pleasant glass icon (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a veil-like covering for the face and hair (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* adj. Smooth, usually used to describe human behavior. Often derogatory. 'His glani come-on didn't work with many women.' (356,F,35,No,English)
* beyond and through. (339,female,35,no,english)
* cheers (sounds slavic) (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* dlani - palm in hight style (from antientRussian) (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* glani is that sort of gooey, glad feeling that you get when the sun shines on a perfect morning and sparkles off the dew (324,male,39,no,english)
* glue, stuck together, meeting of something, time (352,female,25,No,english)
* granule, glace(ice-cream) (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* hopeful (315,Male,51,No,English)
* migrating thoughts like infected adrenals. (309,m,36,no,english)
* moon (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* mujer (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* multiple nodes found in a specific part of the human body (331,F,50,no,english)
* niña (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* of or pertaining to illness associated with hormnal glands. (305,m,41,no,english)
* related to a green glen (337,male,57,no,English)
* sensuous but lazy and stupid; a glani person; to be stupefied by sensuality (306,m,42,no,english)
* sweet pastry from some other country (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* the act of being looked at by an animal (312,,,,)
* the hair of a very small child (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* tiny throat pollops found in Pelicans (354,,,not formally,English)
* tiny and beautiful (318,f,29,no,english)

gresyn: pity in Welsh
*
A greek dining establishment (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A person's signature that looks nothing like his name. 'The doctor's gresyn was completely unreadable.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* The burnt grease covered bits of food left in the frying pan after use. (290,f,40,no,English)
* To apply grease, anoint. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* Try to climb a slippery pole (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Verb, to wash out cover up or otherwise remove tackiness and kitch. (252,f,25,no,english)
* What people do to their cars after washing them. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* \/-\/-/\-/\ 0-0-0-0 j-j-j-j y-y-y-y (266,male,16,no,english)
* a bank teller (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a chemical component (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a creature (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* a faithful friend (254,female,55,no,English)
* a hard-nosed female warrior (272,M,40,no,English)
* a monster (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a response or a word that describes something!!!??? (291,female,27,no,english)
* a type of aggressive activity that fits well with the person's over-all personality (274,m,44,no,english)
* an imaginary beast with wings and fur (294,female,18,no,english)
* an obscure mythical beast resembling a small dragon crossed with a dog (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* bird of prey (253,f,28,no,english)
* craggy peaks, rocky mountains. (282,m,47,no,English)
* dark shade of purplish gray (265,female,52,No,English)
* delicate trim on a piece of clothing (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* difficult (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* grease oil (295,,,,)
* gresyn, adjective, peaceful, undisturbed. They decided to camp in a gresyn site with a view of the lake. (296,Female,52,Not sure, Phonics - yes.,English)
* grey skin (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* n. A cousin in any society in which cross-cousin marriages are taboo. 'Families on the island often died out because of the high percentage of gresyns in the population' (250,male,49,no,English)
* sin (269,f,42,no,english)
* smooth talk (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* something you fry foods in (263,female,41,no,english)
* that stuff that builds up on your over-the-range ventilation 'awning' (285,female,26,no,English)
* the 'foggy' feeling when you first wake-up in the morning. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* the colour made when green, purple and yellow are mixed (257,female,22,no,english)
* A delicate and beautiful material, a silvery grey color, made from the skin of baby dragons. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A mythical beast with feathered wings and 9 heads. (317,female,18,no,English)
* An error. (302,m,56,no,English)
* An ugly type of small forest bird. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* From te latin gresa/ a purveyor of dried flowers and cow blls. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* Ido not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Perhaps its the way one says hello, or what is felt on your hands after you shake hands with your local butcher (327,m,2,no,english)
* Semi-solid, clear. (348,male,16,no,English)
* The ethical crisis of conflicting morals. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* a color (321,F,33,no,English)
* a dark and thick greasing substance. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a dirty looking kid (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a fair haired, rosy cheeked young woman (345,,,,)
* a garment designed to conceal culturally biased apparel thus allowing such garb to be worn without offence to others, for use in diplomatic situations. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a hair style for 1950's rock 'n' rollers (324,male,39,no,english)
* a plastic yellow cooking implement, used for mixing oil (312,,,,)
* a process of greening (337,male,57,no,English)
* a sticky resin (315,Male,51,No,English)
* bad and stupid person (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* color (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* dirty, sticky stuff (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* dry and windswept bushes; the cracking, fast burning fires made from greysen (306,m,42,no,english)
* feels like an adverb, I guess. Although, I can't figure out which one. (304,female,29,no,english)
* getting fat (357,,,,)
* grasoso (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* greasy resin (316,Female,20,no,English)
* greenresin, grazing (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* greshen - person, who has too much sins (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* labor,destination,energy (352,female,25,No,english)
* lard (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* name (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* north african marsh birds. (309,m,36,no,english)
* oily clay (354,,,not formally,English)
* to oil and powder a baking pan (318,f,29,no,english)
* tough, chewy, grinding (323,female,22,no,english)
* unguent (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* ('gres ,in) adj. 1. putatively athletic (collegiate slang) 2. a synthetic patent medicine (trademark) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

klev: bite in Russian
*
'begone' in Hittite. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* 1. n. Slang for a smart person. 2.v. to klev, acting smart, perhaps to excess 'The famous novelist was kleving all night at the cocktail party.' (250,male,49,no,English)
* A metal piece inserted into machinery to act as a key, but bigger and chunkier than a real key. (282,m,47,no,English)
* A small town in the Ukraine (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* Bugs dwell in klevs and if one ventures on the body is becomes an irritant. You end up with a condition that is rough and called a klev. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* Gadget used for grasping hot objects (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* Rotgut Russian alcoholic beverage. Nasty Vodka. (290,f,40,no,English)
* Sounds like the past tense of kleeve (cut in two) to me. (252,f,25,no,english)
* The look on a man's face when he sees another man get hit/injured in the groinal area. 'All the men's faces in the audience contorted into a klev when the hero was kicked in the nuts.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* What a butcher uses to chop up meat. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* a blokes name implyign hes not that bright (291,female,27,no,english)
* a cutting instrument (263,female,41,no,english)
* a mechanical device for gaining leverage and extracting bits of things from other things (272,M,40,no,English)
* a shallow crevice in a cliff (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a tool (270,f,33,no,english)
* a tool for opening difficult fruits, such as a coconut (274,m,44,no,english)
* breasts (269,f,42,no,english)
* clever (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* describing dancing well (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* dirty clothes (293,male,14,,filipino)
* flat rock formation (265,female,52,No,English)
* key (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* kiss (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* knife (254,female,55,no,English)
* the link of the necklace chain that holds the claps (256,female,25,a little,American)
* the time of day when it isn't a.m. or p.m. (257,female,22,no,english)
* the worry that the car you just propped up on a jack isn't going to stay propped up long (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* thief (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* to separate quickly (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* A key that fits any lock. (302,m,56,no,English)
* In slovakian language it means 'peck' (woodpecker is pecking) (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Instrument use to fuse two ends of fiber optic cable. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* The symbols carved on trees by lovers friends - usualy a heart containing initials. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* This is the name of the piece of cheese thats cut off the main chunk with a dull knife (327,m,2,no,english)
* a cup for drinking strong alcohol (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a flat curve (354,,,not formally,English)
* a sharp knife used to separate large cunks of meat (323,female,22,no,english)
* a small drinking glass (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* an eleven-sided* polished stone cut from basalt, used in magic. *pentagonal base, pentagonal pyramid crown, joined by a ring of 5 trapezoids.(306,m,42,no,english)
* clave (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* cliff, shelf, edge (352,female,25,No,english)
* hlev -the place for cattle (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* key (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* key (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* kley (357,,,,)
* nada (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* place (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* russian decoration on Easter Eggs (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* sharp; to slice; to split cleanly (315,Male,51,No,English)
* small musical instument (331,F,50,no,english)
* space walking. (309,m,36,no,english)
* stop. (321,F,33,no,English)
* the final fold of a towel in a three fold configuration (353,f,31,no,english)
* the sound footsteps make when platform shoes are worn (318,f,29,no,english)
* this is a strike with an edged weapon - there are various types of klev including the front-klev, underhand klev, reverse klev (324,male,39,no,english)
* to cut (337,male,57,no,English)
* to grap on to something (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* to hold on to (304,female,29,no,english)
* to remove a key from a keyhole. (339,female,35,no,english)
* to stroke upward (312,,,,)
* v - to break apart into large uneven pieces (305,m,41,no,english)
* v. (klave) pp. of 'klove' to altruistically plead on someone else's behalf. 'On his days off, the lawyer klev for clients who otherwise would not receive their day in court.' (356,F,35,No,English)
* ('klev / 'kleif) n. a key inserted into klev-tuned stringed instruments (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

krallik: kingdom in Turkish
*
1. A celtic or germanic language. 2. a small aquatic creature with a shell. (252,f,25,no,english)
* A bug that lives it cracks in the walls. (290,f,40,no,English)
* A racheted tool with a claw at the end used to pry open thick metal boxes. Also, a little known Kilingon ritual involving unsavory bodily fluids. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A sea creature, serpentine, lives at great depths (282,m,47,no,English)
* An obscure piece of machinery at Alien Central which, if it malfunctions, leads to births on planets (such as Earth) not intended for us. (299,Male,53,Never,English) * Broken rocks juting out from a barren coastline (250,male,49,no,English)
* Krallik's sweat a lot and are not to nice to know. Trouble is no one quite knows what they are. So beware you don' meet one. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* The dance of someone who has to urinate very badly: 'Alvin started krallicking after John had been in the washroom for 15 minutes.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* a grating personality (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a jungle animal (263,female,41,no,english)
* a sex thing (269,f,42,no,english)
* a small, many-legged bug with an annoying chirp (294,female,18,no,english)
* a sport involving crawfish often played in swampy areas (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* a traditional calligraphic script of an old Slavic language (274,m,44,no,english)
* a type of candleholder (257,female,22,no,english)
* a vegetable (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* a vehicle (293,male,14,,filipino)
* another name for a crayon (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* be drug (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* bit like sea planktin (291,female,27,no,english)
* crayons (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* hug (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* obviously a non earth based form (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* small sea creatures (254,female,55,no,English)
* underwater crustacean (265,female,52,No,English)
* (v) To break off a piece of hard toffee or other confectionery (334,M,29,No,English)
* A cave with jagged walls (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* A type of rock crystal. (302,m,56,no,English)
* I feel like ruling myself out because this sounds like a monster from Dr. Who, but it's not a Daalek. (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* Jail cell used to hold those most dangerous. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* This is the process of eating the piece of cheese you just cut off by putting the klev directly into your mouth with the dull knife (327,m,2,no,english)
* a brief disruption (354,,,not formally,English)
* a chambered nautilis (345,,,,)
* a covered pond holding water for irrigation; also figurative uses: 'Their house was an utter krallik' (306,m,42,no,english)
* a food processing utensil (315,Male,51,No,English)
* a kind of mythological dragon (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a microscopic plant (337,male,57,no,English)
* a perch (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* a prehistoric insect (323,female,22,no,english)
* a vase for flowers (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* aquatic feeding. (309,m,36,no,english)
* bone, skelliton (352,female,25,No,english)
* brittle (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* carro (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* handsome (321,F,33,no,English)
* in slovakian language it means both 'rabbit' or 'little king' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* kingdom (357,,,,)
* krolik - rabbit (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* lawn and garden tool, used for making holes (331,F,50,no,english)
* rabbit, or small king in slovakian language (338,,,,)
* someone who spreads ill words about others to each person they meet, thus creating a web of ill-feeling (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* something Finns say to each other after too many vodkas - it is loosely translated as 'get the other bottle' (324,male,39,no,english)
* the sticky residue that collects under the edge of a table because no one ever thinks to wipe that bit after a spill (318,f,29,no,english)
* to brake something in to pieces (312,,,,)
* tool used by sailors (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* type of dance (313,f,42,a bit,port)

kweli: truth in Swahili
*
1. Hatchlings of the kwe-kwe, sometimes called kweleys 2. A stuffed doll supposed to resemble 1. 3. Anything which is adorably or unbearably cute. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A Welsh coin equal to half Qwillian and 3 times as much as a Gwan. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A funny sounding laugh (290,f,40,no,English)
* A kind of native Hawaiian fruit. (282,m,47,no,English)
* A mild tranquilizer, found on the streets of New York. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* A small amount, a measure -- perhaps for a liquid; noun (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* A small riot. 'The police had to investigate a kweli when the 7-Eleven stopped selling slurpees.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* An African deer (265,female,52,No,English)
* Kweli's were an ancient invention worn on the right leg. They are like a boot but let in water and have the capacity not to let it out again. They were prevented from being reproduced in 4,0000 BC as their owners got waterloged and drowned. You are no longer able to make a Kweli although one man in a small jail in Afganistan did make one once. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* The name of a Tau Ceti spacecraft which appears every seven years off the dark side of the moon (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* a person inhabitating a dwelling (263,female,41,no,english)
* a southern African dress printed in muted tones (274,m,44,no,english)
* a tree (293,male,14,,filipino)
* hollowed coconut used for mixed drinks (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* how a krallik multiplies :) (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* ill fitting pants (269,f,42,no,english)
* in balance or generally okay (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* kiwi (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* kiwi's in law (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* light purple color (256,female,25,a little,American)
* love (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* man who believes he's a bird (291,female,27,no,english)
* mushrooms (254,female,55,no,English)
* seedless strawberries (257,female,22,no,english)
* silence (270,f,33,no,english)
* smart (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* system or organize (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* the beginning of a long, drawn out excuse, ex. 'Kweli was on time . . . but then my car broke down and . . . ' (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* ('kwei li) n. a breed of quail mistakenly thought to be native to New Zealand (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* A short pause in preace negotiations. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* A small natural spring. (302,m,56,no,English)
* A state of extreme happiness, often accompanied by running through a fields of flowers, shouting with joy, and the presence of a rainbow, regardless of weather there was rain first or not. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A sweet and tangy tropical fruit. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* The word is the feeling and exclamation of the satisfaction one feel after eating a klev off a krallik (327,m,2,no,english)
* a fruit from down under (324,male,39,no,english)
* a large juicy fruit mainly yellow orange outside and with seedy pulp inside. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a large, shallow puddle (312,,,,)
* a rudimentry plant life (337,male,57,no,English)
* a small round soft fruit (323,female,22,no,english)
* a water plant (315,Male,51,No,English)
* a waterbird like a small swan. (306,m,42,no,english)
* aafrikan tea-pot (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* an african garment (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* cute, cuddly, like an infant. (321,F,33,no,English)
* daughter (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* hand (357,,,,)
* koala (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* kv'oly - not cheerful, person, who want to sleep (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* sounds familiar. (309,m,36,no,english)
* sweet, cake (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* the colour of a ripe kiwifruit (318,f,29,no,english)
* to wave or move smoothly (354,,,not formally,English)
* wet fruit (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* to bring to an end, (352,female,25,No,english)

plafon: ceiling in Indonesian
*
1.n. A hooped skirt worn in the 16th century by court ladies 2.n. A musical instrument popular in the 17th century said to resemble 1. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A decorative pillow found at either end of a sofa. (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* A new synthetic building material; noun (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* Avoiding someone after an argument: 'Leanne and Frank are plafonning again because he forgot their anniversary.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* Pliffin plafons are pleffetic! They inthist on speeekin plafonic even if ya don't. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* Sounds nautical to me.... (252,f,25,no,english)
* The small place markers usually made of card or plastic, used to reserve a place at table in a restaurant. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* To glide about, elegantly. ('The dress plafoned about the princess, as she swayed happily in the arms of her prince.') (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* Tp s remain calm. This is simply 'no flap' backwards and a common piece of advice to autistic people. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Useful found objects; detritus from the gutter, still serviceable. (290,f,40,no,English)
* a government worker (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a large open field with tall grass, flowers, butterflies and birds... inhabited mostly by children and helpful cute animals (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* a light frilly hat, worn by women (291,female,27,no,english)
* a small rodent (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a winged animal (293,male,14,,filipino)
* an ancient term of endearment (257,female,22,no,english)
* any of a variety of ultratiny nuclear particles (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* extra money (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* fat day (269,f,42,no,english)
* like a stage or a dias (270,f,33,no,english)
* lite (266,male,16,no,english)
* platform (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* platform leading to yachts or boats at marinas (295,,,,)
* put me on (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* sewing implement (265,female,52,No,English)
* small furry animal (254,female,55,no,English)
* small step ladder (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* something grown in a petri dish or a teflon coating (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* something to stand on, ie, podium (263,female,41,no,english)
* temporary, unstable (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* the meaningless drivel of someone ignorant of the topic at hand, and trying to impress others (274,m,44,no,english)
* the newest sub-atomic particle, it exists only underwater (272,M,40,no,English)
* the taste of baked brie cheese in a bread dough and a sweet red mulled wine. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* 1. some sounds 2. early form of a grammaphone (357,,,,)
* A piece of wood used for support in building projects. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* A placard with your phone number on it, which you hold up so that your favourite celebrity can see it over the crowd because your delusions of granduer have led you to believe that they might actually call you. (318,f,29,no,english)
* A railway station with a roof built over it to protect travellers from the rain. (302,m,56,no,English)
* Boat. (348,male,16,no,English)
* I don't know why , but a simple table comes to mind. (304,female,29,no,english)
* It is the word used by a kindergarten child to desccibe the toy telephone he plays with during recess (327,m,2,no,english)
* The framework which suport the spindle and armature on a a panwarsa (see below). (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* The transcendant reality which crystalizes when numerous cultures combine over time. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* a ceeling lamp blowing air (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a large stone disc (312,,,,)
* a phonetic spelling of French 'plafond' (306,m,42,no,english)
* a supporting structure (315,Male,51,No,English)
* an event that a terraformer might engage in (337,male,57,no,English)
* as it sounds like the French word 'plafond' meaning 'ceiling'. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* beautiful, end, finally, bravo (352,female,25,No,english)
* biology - classification of sea life (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* ceiling (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* ceiling......hungarian (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* future wireless product for kids. (309,m,36,no,english)
* humorous caucophony (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* in slovakian language it means 'ceiling' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* microscopic sea creature, with sperm-like appearance (323,female,22,no,english)
* n. (colloq.) Someone who thinks talking on a cell phone will impress people into thinking he or she is important or in demand. play + phone (356,F,35,No,English)
* non-recyclable foam (354,,,not formally,English)
* plafon - a thing, which covering lamp (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* plafond (ceiling) (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* platform specific for sound (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* romanian for ceiling (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* something much worse than a snafu! (324,male,39,no,english)
* techo (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* thank you (321,F,33,no,English)
* the ceilling (338,,,,)
* the noise I make when I fall in the bathtube, close to plafond (french) (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* to collapse onto a couch in exhaustion (345,,,,)
* tool used to smooth a surface (331,F,50,no,english)
* wall (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* (,plaa 'foaN) n. deportment with a elevated head, used sarcastically as in 'My, look at that excellent p~!' (This usage may be offensive in France.) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American)

prawarsa: initiative in Indonesian
*
1.n.Ability to sway opinion with cuning words v. to prawarse 2. Money paid to auditors of a debate to make them concur with the weaker side's conclusions. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A Russian (or possibly Lithuanian) dish that contains parts of animals you'd never think you'd want to eat but turns out to be not half bad after all. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* A leader of a small community; noun (268,Female,32,a little bit,English)
* An extremely confident stride -- a strut, only carring more of the meaning of walking rather than showing off. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* The dancing of someone who was told they just won a large prize. 'She prawarsaed all around the room when Ed McMahon told her she had won a million dollars in the Publisher's Clearing House Sweepstakes.' (279,Male,20,No,English)
* This could mean something like 'perverse' in some language, but as it could not ever be considered as English sounding I will not try to define it. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* Urdu for 'stampede your horses through the town' (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Yoga position (290,f,40,no,English)
* a female model (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* a fish (291,female,27,no,english)
* a indian female with issues (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a reptile (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a sound made when someone startles you in the middle of a song, ex. 'But it's not against any religion to want to dispose of a pige . . . ' 'BOO!' 'praWARsa!!!' (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* a type of rowing that is useful in canoe like boat in small rivers (274,m,44,no,english)
* a weapon that pierces (270,f,33,no,english)
* an animal of prey (263,female,41,no,english)
* another word for neighbourhood (257,female,22,no,english)
* balderdash (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* dating (269,f,42,no,english)
* fish boat or fishing (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* friend (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* inner spirit (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* mixed, backwards or just screwed up. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* polish for some kind of old country food (260,male,57,very little,english)
* prayer (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* urged to move faster (254,female,55,no,English)
* warning (283,female,43,no,endglis)
* what (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* what happens when you get tripped up on your words and wind up making nonsense sounds (294,female,18,no,english)
* A caste of moneylenders along the Bengal coast. (306,m,42,no,english)
* A party that invovles nude dancing under a big beer shower. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* A small device consiting of a supoorting framework, a spindle and an armature used to desex chickens. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* A small, wild animal of a very loving nature with soft fur and a long tail. Young house wives and small children tend to adopt these creatures, much to the displeassure of the man of the house, because the eat so much. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A very spicy meal. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* An altered state of consciousness. (302,m,56,no,English)
* I think so, that it is a word from old Indian language 'Pálí' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Russian shrimp (354,,,not formally,English)
* The sound one - uh - makes the morning after eating a large curry (334,M,29,No,English)
* This is a psychological term used to describe the worst possible consequence about to happen in the immediate near future (327,m,2,no,english)
* a beaded cloth (312,,,,)
* a gift given to the bride in a traditional wedding ceremony (345,,,,)
* a hooked blad (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a name for a large mammal. Water mammal. Seal? (304,female,29,no,english)
* a revolutionary document or proclaimation (323,female,22,no,english)
* a word from some Eastern European origin (Polish or Russian) meaning???? (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* an hindi horse used in sacre events (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* an obscure spice used in very exclusive Thai-Indian resturants. (324,male,39,no,english)
* an unruly child (337,male,57,no,English)
* country, treaty (352,female,25,No,english)
* hindu spiritual practice (331,F,50,no,english)
* in the beginning...the first word in a fairy tail (321,F,33,no,English)
* indian dish with raddish (357,,,,)
* n. First sentence(s) of a legal disclaimer or fine print which serves to lull the reader into feeling (s)he doesn't have to bother with the rest. (356,F,35,No,English)
* nada (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* newspaer (sounds polish) (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* no idea (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* perversa (mean in Portuguese) (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* place......:)thailand...? (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* recital (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* revers (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* sanskrit for 'burrito'. (309,m,36,no,english)
* worship and prayer (315,Male,51,No,English)
* n. a Polish dish of horse-meat (But don't let the Poles know that.) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

skello: dry up in Greek
*
A cheap, disposible metal frame, around which papier mache objects are made. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* A hole drilled into a wall for the express purpose of spying on inhabitants of the neighboring room usually with the intent of voyeurism or idle curiosity. ( Note:Not to be confused with 'zekello' a similar aperature used for serious industrial or political spy work.) (250,male,49,no,English)
* A storage closet on the outside of a house. (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* An early American meade (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* Another word for a corpse. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* Australian English for corpse. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Gelatinous stuff that comes out of bones (290,f,40,no,English)
* The kind of jello that is formed in a ribbed mould, in a ribbed shape. (282,m,47,no,English)
* The skin on top of jello, obviously. (279,Male,20,No,English)
* a greeting used by people with severe bronchial conditions, generally pronounced guttarally (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* a hard object (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a skeleton on display (263,female,41,no,english)
* a slippery rock or tile (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a term used by archeaologists for small, almost-unidentifiable, skeleton fragments (274,m,44,no,english)
* a type of apple only found in Greece (257,female,22,no,english)
* bones (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* bones or skeleton (270,f,33,no,english)
* inside of the skull is the skello (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* legs or divide (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* skeleton (260,male,57,very little,english)
* skeleton (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* something in the base of a ship (291,female,27,no,english)
* studdering (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* tooskinny (269,f,42,no,english)
* wind-up gelatin (272,M,40,no,English)
* yellow (254,female,55,no,English)
* ('skel ,@u) v.t. schematicize (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* A greeting often given to customers at the old skell-gas stations (327,m,2,no,english)
* A group of rocks breaking the surface of the sea. (302,m,56,no,English)
* An ice cream head ache. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* One who has experienced irreversible frigy. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* a cluster of small islands off the irish coast (345,,,,)
* a dessert (323,female,22,no,english)
* a musical instrument from Star Trek (324,male,39,no,english)
* a musical string instrument made with a skull-bone. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a skilo (dog in greek) that only eats jelly (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* a small foot powered cart (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a weak and feable person (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* body frame (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* cold and sunny (306,m,42,no,english)
* crafty, like a thief (321,F,33,no,English)
* fast food (325,,23,a little,english)
* frying pan/ griddle (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* hair and bones (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* hand made pallet knife (354,,,not formally,English)
* musical instrument invented from a cello that is stringed, but has a more percussive sound (320,f,44,no,english)
* of structural significance (315,Male,51,No,English)
* outer shell (331,F,50,no,english)
* related to skeleton structure (337,male,57,no,English)
* skow ya doin'? (309,m,36,no,english)
* sky+yellow (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* structure (357,,,,)
* the inside of a skeleton (312,,,,)
* to do with the body (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* annoying,something I dont want to here (352,female,25,No,english)

smegma: soap or ungent in Greek
*
(oh, gross, everybody knows what smegma is) (272,M,40,no,English)
* 1. Coal or coke which, when heated, melts instead of burning to ashes. 2. So-called 'metalic coal' (250,male,49,no,English)
* A layer of sweat under one's armpit. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Cheesy excretion from under the foreskin (real word) (290,f,40,no,English)
* Ewww! That's a real word in English! (I'm not kidding. Look it up.) (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English)
* Hey now- this is a real word! (282,m,47,no,English)
* I think this is a word. I think it means the sort of stuff that collects in an unclean persons foreskin.... (252,f,25,no,english)
* LOL you *DO* have a sence of humor. ;-) (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* The smell of a dead body as it rots. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* This is already a word in English. (279,Male,20,No,English)
* [You may not be aware of this (and it's a really cute joke if you are), but this is actually an English word. Smegma is a cheesy discharge typically found underneath the clitoral hood and beneath the foreskin of uncircumsized men. Honest.] (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* a map used in Sri Lanka about 50 years ago (257,female,22,no,english)
* blood (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* fuck juice or secretion (270,f,33,no,english)
* galatinous, transparent, grey liquid - very thick slow sorry- I didn't feel that any of these are verbs (285,female,26,no,English)
* getting harder.... (263,female,41,no,english)
* hey this is Greek word!! means pus. An informal use!! (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* involuntary penile emmissions (274,m,44,no,english)
* magma (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* now that is a real word and it is so disgusting it is not something that I feel like not explaining, look it up for yourself in the big websters dictionary (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* oh-GROSS!!! (269,f,42,no,english)
* smog (254,female,55,no,English)
* thats rude (291,female,27,no,english)
* the action of coloring on you neighbors cubicle (256,female,25,a little,American)
* word exists in English. This is the exudate from an uncircumcised infant penis, perhaps from an adult male as well, can be cleansed away. (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* you know what that is! (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* A 'personal' perfume (327,m,2,no,english)
* A genius design (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* Device some use to hinder the onset of skello. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* I think this is an english word, slang for ejaculate or else an unkown substance that resembles it (318,f,29,no,english)
* Isn't this an English medical term for something gross? like discharge or something? (356,F,35,No,English)
* Real word - the substance that builds up underneath a foreskin (334,M,29,No,English)
* Something slimy. (302,m,56,no,English)
* This is Greek to me. (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* a blood sample treated with a special solution for a special lab anlysis (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* a crud underneath to foreskin of a penis (345,,,,)
* a large bunch of green mucus (312,,,,)
* a meeting of minds (315,Male,51,No,English)
* cheesey substance that develops under foreskin when you're not clean. This is a real word. (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* enigm (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* filth (I think this word is a real word) (321,F,33,no,English)
* gooey stuff found on some amphibians (331,F,50,no,english)
* hot plasma (323,female,22,no,english)
* magma running down the nose when you have got an infection. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* mucous-like (320,f,44,no,english)
* n - the smell accociated with a fresh lava flow (305,m,41,no,english)
* not so big, not important,bussiness (352,female,25,No,english)
* oh oh that exists, is very medical and awful... (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* phelm (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* slang for sputum or flem (354,,,not formally,English)
* smelling bad jerk (357,,,,)
* smelly magma (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* something from Red Dwarf.... maybe slang....:) (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* superficial volcano magma located in caves (337,male,57,no,English)
* the scum that forms on the bottom of the shampoo bottle after sitting in the shower for many weeks (353,f,31,no,english)
* the whitish substance found under the foreskin. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* this is a word!! I'm not sure exactly what it means, but I know it's dirty ;). I read a Piers Anthony book where he uses it to mean old ejaculate, or something like that. (330,male,28,no,english)
* this is already a word, you know. (306,m,42,no,english)
* this is the white lubricating fluid that is excreted from uncircumcised penises (324,male,39,no,english)
* watch brand (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* yr a very bad person. (309,m,36,no,english)
* like a medical term (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)

snill: kind (good) in Norwegian
*
v. to snill, to look down on sombody, to feel superior (250,male,49,no,English)
* A holier-than-thou way of rejecting someone. ('Did you see the way Myra and Maude snilled the new girl at church today? I couldn't believe that.') (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* A nose pill like a buck shot. except it is used by tennents to repel those who run away from them with thier noses in the air. It is fired up and returns down all upturned noses and results in 'snill' or full noses. Also an inability to smell. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* A stuck up person. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* Lithuanian for 'fast' (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Too good to associate with others, stays off to oneself feeling superior. (290,f,40,no,English)
* a skinny snail (263,female,41,no,english)
* a small bird that lives in the south of France and consumes the molded waste products from the wine industry. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* a small flowering weed (265,female,52,No,English)
* a small parasite (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a snill is knowing smile (288,Male,52,no,English)
* a wash-out or a bust, as in 'The meeting was snill' (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a word used by people who talk out of their nose, it means a snitch (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* an insect that flies without the aid of wings (257,female,22,no,english)
* better then, snooty (283,female,43,no,endglis)
* dismiss (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* hill (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* my chances of getting paid what I'm worth (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* narrow (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* no (254,female,55,no,English)
* snail talk for nothing (291,female,27,no,english)
* snyde and shrill. Not very nice. (282,m,47,no,English)
* stinky (269,f,42,no,english)
* to 'dis' someone, accompanied by characteristic facial expression (274,m,44,no,english)
* to dish out a small amount. As in, she snilled out a tiny helping of potatoes. (252,f,25,no,english)
* to make disdainful sounds with one's nose in the air (294,female,18,no,english)
* very tiny (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* ('snil) n. dried crumbs of animal feed (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* A cord that is strung very tightly so as to produce a long high note when struck. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* A disguised brewing company (327,m,2,no,english)
* I nn slovakian vithought the second 'l' it means ' He was dreaming' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Small and quick-moving. (302,m,56,no,English)
* The measure standard used to define the effectiveness of the smegmate device. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* This means kind or being nice in Norwegian. (343,male,23,very little,Sweadish and Norwegian)
* To nix. (348,male,16,no,English)
* a glass of water. (309,m,36,no,english)
* a shrill high pitched sound (323,female,22,no,english)
* a spiralling shell (312,,,,)
* a thin long tool with a hooked tip to probe for stray threads in weaving. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* proud, haughty (321,F,33,no,English)
* schnell (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* silver belt (357,,,,)
* slow pace (315,Male,51,No,English)
* small chicken (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* small fish with a velvety skin (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* snide and shrill (306,m,42,no,english)
* the downward side of a hill (337,male,57,no,English)
* to be avoided, allergic residue (354,,,not formally,English)
* to be rude. Snotty. (304,female,29,no,english)
* to exhale sharply and audibly through the nose to express disbelief, disdain or impatience: a person who does that a lot (what a snill he is) (318,f,29,no,english)
* to lie, cheat steel, to rat on someone (352,female,25,No,english)
* to sniff up the mucus (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* v. to snub someone because they are deemed to be worthless. summation + nill (356,F,35,No,English)
* veri small and elegant snail (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* void (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* 'snilling around' being useless (301,f,19,no,english)

spiaca: bright in Irish
*
(ethnobotany)1. Plant of the aloe family orignially domesticated in the Guatemalan highlands 2.Uguant or cream derived from 1. used for medicinal purposes (derived from Qiche--> Xipiaka) (250,male,49,no,English)
* A kind of spackle smeared over interior walls before painting. (282,m,47,no,English)
* Being a spy enthusiast, studying espionage just out of admiration. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* Childs spinning toy. (290,f,40,no,English)
* Italian pudding (265,female,52,No,English)
* Old Persian for 'spice' (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* To decorate with sharp, plaster points. As a noun, /spiaca/ would be similar to stucco but pointy, where stucco is crumbly and round. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* a balcony unique to Spiacamosemisimo region of Italy. Traditionaly adorned by a small tulip. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* a hot temper (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a microbe size spider (263,female,41,no,english)
* a type of birth defect of the spinal cord (274,m,44,no,english)
* a weed that smells bad and is difficult to get rid of (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* area (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* ball (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* clutzy (256,female,25,a little,American)
* giving (254,female,55,no,English)
* hair-do (269,f,42,no,english)
* house (270,f,33,no,english)
* phobia of orange cats with blue eyes (257,female,22,no,english)
* progressive spinal disease (this word sounds really familiar) (285,female,26,no,English)
* razor sharp knife (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* something that comes out of the mouth (291,female,27,no,english)
* spice (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* the new spice girl (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* thick, salty sauces/dressings on foods that do not need them (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* unworthy (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* (,spii 'aa k@) v.i. crack ice, esp. as a game (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* 1. fast horse driven car 2. spitter (357,,,,)
* A Spanish immigrant to Canada (327,m,2,no,english)
* A house for garden gnomes. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* A massive breakout of skello (eg. New York city Jan. 2002). (346,m,36,yes,english)
* An Italian pasta dish. (302,m,56,no,English)
* Body part. (348,male,16,no,English)
* Do you spiaca English? (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* Popeye (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* Wide open (304,female,29,no,english)
* a plant (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a type of fish living among coral reefs (324,male,39,no,english)
* a type set (337,male,57,no,English)
* an elaborately ornamented window frame (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* an instrument used like tweezers (323,female,22,no,english)
* an unappetising oatmeal-and-fish-oil dish (306,m,42,no,english)
* central nervure of spinachs used in mexico to weave hats (spinach = espinaca in spanish) (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* flower or vegetable part (331,F,50,no,english)
* i forget, sounds like a nerve in the body. (309,m,36,no,english)
* in slovakian it means 'sleeping' for female (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* insightful (321,F,33,no,English)
* marketplace (335,m,28,n,croatian)
* mirror (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* pine cone (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* plant name (325,,23,a little,english)
* popping, making a popping noise (312,,,,)
* room (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* sleeping female - in slovakian language / spiaca kr·savica / (338,,,,)
* something you say to people who aren't Italian so that they will think you have said something very rude to them in Italian which, if it turns out they speak Italian, you can tell them is Portugese or Spanish. (318,f,29,no,english)
* space feminine (354,,,not formally,English)
* spiral assention; to over come; to succeed (315,Male,51,No,English)
* dasiease, cells, organisam (352,female,25,No,english)

stusan: push in Ukrainian
*
1.Automobile c. 1920's equiped with a side-car. a 'five wheeler' 2. Someone with quaint or old-fashioned opinions and manners 'The philosophy professor always tips his hat to the students...what a stusan!' (250,male,49,no,English)
* ? (274,m,44,no,english)
* A covert radio reporting station in northern Cambodia. Abandoned in 1968. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana)) * A high powered car from the 1950's (282,m,47,no,English)
* A poor fellow who has lost his mind. He is then no ones friend and roams about trying to find it. (298,m,57,no,eng)
* A strong slender male. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* A typo for 'Susan' (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Sense of obligation for past favors. (290,f,40,no,English)
* a comfortable chair (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a head wrap of an east indian (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a really energetic friend (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a transexual (263,female,41,no,english)
* cake (269,f,42,no,english)
* foot stool (254,female,55,no,English)
* ladder (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* medicine (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* name which can be a man and a womens (291,female,27,no,english)
* no longer in existance today it served as a spoon (257,female,22,no,english)
* plural of the verb 'to prepare a stew' (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* section of a ship (265,female,52,No,English)
* susan (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* the activity of standing at the baggage claim at the airport for 10 minutes, then realizing your luggage is on the next carousel down. (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* topographical feature (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* A Swedish swear word, usually used in conjunction with mother-in-law (324,male,39,no,english)
* A chimney in a kitchen. (302,m,56,no,English)
* A person specializing in the art of self preservation to the point of paranoia. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* Being chosen, but not yet accepting, the opportunity to join the Mars colony. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* Complicated maneuver. (348,male,16,no,English)
* Etruscan (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* Name of chinese neighbor's son (327,m,2,no,english)
* a bookshelf in which piles of books are used to shelf-boards; anything improvised in this manner (306,m,42,no,english)
* a novice engaged in stewardship (337,male,57,no,English)
* a rope used for capturing livestock (323,female,22,no,english)
* a short padded stool with curved legs (312,,,,)
* a three legged squat stool. Usually for use in tents, or when travelling when ability to get up quickly is needful. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a type of hat (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* dependable (321,F,33,no,English)
* istos san (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* never dull or boring (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* pass (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* person who is astonished (357,,,,)
* stand , to make notice, bring attention (352,female,25,No,english)
* stand back, remain still (354,,,not formally,English)
* stu in japan. (309,m,36,no,english)
* student (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* to ignore people deliberately because you want them to say hi to you before you will say hi to them, then give an exaggerated impression of being completely surprised to see them, also to 'pull a stu' (318,f,29,no,english)
* to sustain through belief (315,Male,51,No,English)
* woman (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* ('stuu z@n) adj. of unfinished orange earthenware (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

swali: question in Swahili
*
1. A kind of nightclub singer of the early 20th century who employed a highly emotional or affected style of ballad singing 2.(contemporary) Clientel of karaoke bars mimicing 1. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A strong slender female. (256,female,25,a little,American)
* A type of decorative African design (282,m,47,no,English)
* African cloth for wrapping babies. (290,f,40,no,English)
* An obscure Papuan langauge, spoken by only 8 people. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* An unusually soft stone found in southern Africa. It was reportedly used in ancient times for sacred statues, but since they were soft, they fell apart. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* Another name for a baby. (276,Female,24,No,English)
* Graceful (265,female,52,No,English)
* Used as a compliment in phrases such as 'he's a really swali chap' meaning that though speaking simply he is able to explain complicated matters. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* a group of island natives inhabiting a South Chinese Island (263,female,41,no,english)
* a religion (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a sex thing (269,f,42,no,english)
* a term used to describe an ugly man (257,female,22,no,english)
* a wise person (254,female,55,no,English)
* a young, but intelligent person (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* adjective meaning from southern africa.... (252,f,25,no,english)
* bag you take out into the dessert (291,female,27,no,english)
* beautiful (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* felatio or something sexual (270,f,33,no,english)
* hand made (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* stream (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* swaheli (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* the act of trying to choke down food you really don't like, to be polite, ex. 'I really hate green beans, but I tried to swali them anyway, because the hostess was watching me.' (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* the native 'stupid' people that might know more about spirituallity (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* the type of eating that a hungry younster does (274,m,44,no,english)
* wide (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* A holy man of great power. When he is asked a question, or asked to heal, he reaches his conciousness out into the web of knowledge, and brings back with him the answers. He was chosen to posess this power because of his great compassion for his fellow man. (350,female,16,no,english)
* A piece of string with a pendulum attached. should be used ONLY for scaring birds off. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* African summer (354,,,not formally,English)
* An East-African dance. (302,m,56,no,English)
* Feeling used to describe the departure to the Mars colony. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* Indian deity (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* Swahili, swalivating (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* What you have left to drink after you've spilled most of your ice tea (327,m,2,no,english)
* a langauge (315,Male,51,No,English)
* a long swath of cloth for various purposes around the body, covering, carrying, cleaning, concealing, binding. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a modern African language derived from Swahili. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* adjective describing something that is Swahili (320,f,44,no,english)
* african art (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* african cloth (323,female,22,no,english)
* african dialect (325,,23,a little,english)
* akin to swallor (337,male,57,no,English)
* an enflamed throat (312,,,,)
* doll,bird, (352,female,25,No,english)
* duct tape used in mummification rites. (306,m,42,no,english)
* in Czech 'svalí' means ' He will throw it down' (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* language of some kind (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* loud cry of a baby (321,F,33,no,English)
* muscles in slovakian language (338,,,,)
* new zealand potlatch. (309,m,36,no,english)
* nog (314,m,39,y,eng)
* runners (357,,,,)
* table cloth made in the Southern part of Africa (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* thin (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* this too I ve run out of wit (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* to eat (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* to walk around the house wrapped in a blanket or comforter (318,f,29,no,english)
* ('swol i / ,sval 'ii) n. an appetizing quantity of food on a dish meant for more than one (a pretentious usage) (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))

thruga: snowshoe in Icelandic
*
1.A weapon used by certain Afgan tribes 2. Any short sword modeled after 1. (250,male,49,no,English)
* A heart murmur (290,f,40,no,English)
* A large dumb guy with lots of muscles from Uzbekastan. Conan the Barbarian... he was a thruga. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* Icelandic for 'bully'. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* Muscular but not very bright (282,m,47,no,English)
* a bully who head butts his opponents (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a confrintational situation (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a guide that takes you through mountain passes (274,m,44,no,english)
* a member of the dominator class, but with low intelligence (272,M,40,no,English)
* a positive thinkes (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a thug or bully (263,female,41,no,english)
* an extinct breed of spaniels (257,female,22,no,english)
* bully (269,f,42,no,english)
* cold water (284,f,43,nope,spanish)
* deep-toned, heavy, brass instrument requiring a lot of lung power! (285,female,26,no,English)
* expression of gratitude (254,female,55,no,English)
* hmmmm....bad situation, troubles (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* large basket (265,female,52,No,English)
* reach for (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* rough round the edges, person who is a bit ragged (291,female,27,no,english)
* the sound a car's engine makes before it stalls (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* the sound extracted from a broken tuba . . . while it's being broken. (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* thug (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* ('Trug @) v.i. become insensible (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))
* 1. sitting around 2. the chief (357,,,,)
* A 'thruga' is the cramp one feels in ones throat after drinking an extemely large glass of cold ice water in one gulp (327,m,2,no,english)
* A heavy spear decorated with pieces of cloth. (302,m,56,no,English)
* A short spear designed for quick stabbing. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* An unexplained failure within a major power grid. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* Ido not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* Landlord. ( I might use this, actually *smile*) (304,female,29,no,english)
* a chair made with a turtle (333,male,55,no,italian)
* a criminal attitude and demeanour (315,Male,51,No,English)
* a rope rug used in hallways (354,,,not formally,English)
* a small dark black cloud of smoke (312,,,,)
* a social outcast (337,male,57,no,English)
* a type of hat with a face wrap attached for use in desert environments. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* an unstoppable force, like an ocean wave (321,F,33,no,English)
* frugal (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* hairy situation (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* heavy furry coat used in Finland (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian)
* islander (woman) (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* place (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
* podruga - girlfriend (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* the flapping of walrus flippers. (309,m,36,no,english)
* the state of getting unexpected money but knowing that you can't spend any of it because it is already spoken for (owed to someone else) (318,f,29,no,english)
* the thruga is used by the player of Borneo football, consists in a empty potato sack with both end weighted put on the shoulders (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* thirsty and confused (306,m,42,no,english)
* thrifity, frugal, a fruit (352,female,25,No,english)
* to hit with a blunt object (323,female,22,no,english)
* tortuga (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* within (329,f,47,YES,spanish)
* 'tortuga' (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)

tragya: dung in Hungarian
*
1. A knot used to attach utensils or foodstufs to the roof beam of a tent or cabin 'We should tie a tragya into the roof in case animals get in while we are out.' 2. Something barely out of reach (250,male,49,no,English)
* A Hindu instrument with two long metal tines that act as the drone for the chanter when struck. (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana))
* An overloaded stationwagon with a roof rack and blue tarp tied over all. (290,f,40,no,English)
* Icelandic for 'carry'. (299,Male,53,Never,English)
* To drag large quantites of mud onto freshly cleaned or light-colored carpet. (278,Male,18,No.,English)
* To pull something along behind oneself such as a horse may do a plough, or car to a caravan. (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english)
* a child's game (257,female,22,no,english)
* a cold place (293,male,14,,filipino)
* a fact-finding mission or a journey with a purpose (300,female,25,no,English (American))
* a four player game resemblig a cross between freeze-tag and Johnny-on-a-pony (272,M,40,no,English)
* a geometical shpae (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis)
* a politician (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english)
* a tube in the human neck with tiger stripes (263,female,41,no,english)
* a vehicle for rough terrain (291,female,27,no,english)
* ancient hut (265,female,52,No,English)
* difficult (292,F,60,nine,onglish)
* goat (275,male,30,no,Greek)
* sad (269,f,42,no,english)
* sledge (254,female,55,no,English)
* sounds (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih)
* the long part of a cloak (274,m,44,no,english)
* the small triangular fragments of broken glass that intentionally seek bare feet (277,female,20,no,techie-ese)
* to travel (270,f,33,no,english)
* trachea (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english)
* tragic (260,male,57,very little,english)
* tragic, sad (282,m,47,no,English)
* A tragedy relieved by stretches of comedy. (302,m,56,no,English)
* An Indian horse-cart. (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans)
* An undergarment worn by memebers of the anchient cult of Gavites, it identifies their affilliations at the orgy. (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh))
* I do not know (311,male,46,no,slovak)
* The alien term for vector, differentiated by it's use of time within the coordinate formulation. (346,m,36,yes,english)
* The cleft stick used in water witchery (306,m,42,no,english)
* The manner in which a heavy load is transported through the jungle (327,m,2,no,english)
* a Scandinavian word meaning a very difficult journey. (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French)
* a horse drawn sled. (303,F,30,not formally,english)
* a kind of breathing technique used by south sea island shaman (324,male,39,no,english)
* a long, spiraling rope (312,,,,)
* a russian carriage, like a troika but more rustic (319,m,60,no,spanish)
* conflict and disorder (315,Male,51,No,English)
* despair (304,female,29,no,english)
* elderly widowed male (325,,23,a little,english)
* getting your purse/knapsack/scarf etc caught in a door as it closes behind you and being yanked back by it as you try to walk away (318,f,29,no,english)
* grecian theatr (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)
* horses in Mongolia (357,,,,)
* i have no idea. (309,m,36,no,english)
* ladder (313,f,42,a bit,port)
* part of your throat (326,male,25,not too much,english)
* shit/manure.... (351,female,33,no,hungarian)
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* striped water blossom (323,female,22,no,english)
* to hike up a steep or rocky surface (345,,,,)
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* tragedia (336,female,28,no,Spanish)
* tragedy (328,female,34,Yes,Russian)
* travel,destination (352,female,25,No,english)
* traz a aguia (bring he eagle) (355,female,48,no,portuguese)
* very good (321,F,33,no,English)
* wooden clamps (354,,,not formally,English)
* ('trAg y@) adv. 1. in a minute 2. never (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American))


 
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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: to overwater
Damn. I WOOSED it. (262,F,50,no,English), Sploosh (290,f,40,no,English), Spunch (250,male,49,no,English), abowat (275,male,30,no,Greek), aqum (288,Male,52,no,English), blit (283,female,43,no,endglis), blort (277,female,20,no,techie-ese), cold (287,female,52,no,spanish), drog (270,f,33,no,english), flish (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english), flo (249,male,61,no,english), flowup (256,female,25,a little,American), fludge (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih), flune (265,female,52,No,English), glash (285,female,26,no,English), gloob (300,female,25,no,English (American)), golp (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English), gour (281,male,30,no,English), gug (273,female,33,nope,english), kelt (286,male,33,no,english), kilsh (272,M,40,no,English), laank (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana)), noy (269,f,42,no,english), oobhyde (274,m,44,no,english), pid (291,female,27,no,english), plue (268,Female,32,a little bit,English), poop (298,m,57,no,eng), sat (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis), scass (276,Female,24,No,English), screal (254,female,55,no,English), shiv (282,m,47,no,English), sise (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english), sloosh (252,f,25,no,english), sloosh (278,Male,18,No.,English), smish (294,female,18,no,english), sploonk (261,,,,), trod (263,female,41,no,english), truc (257,female,22,no,english), vra (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english), vried (284,f,43,nope,spanish), wash (292,F,60,nine,onglish), wat (266,male,16,no,english), Golche (348,male,16,no,English), MENCH (304,female,29,no,english), beb (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian), blarra (324,male,39,no,english), bru (328,female,34,Yes,Russian), brun (356,F,35,No,English), chi (313,f,42,a bit,port), dra (347,male,25,No,Filipino), drown (344,female,43,no,english), feek (334,M,29,No,English), flood (326,male,25,not too much,english), flu (315,Male,51,No,English), fluge (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh)), fluge (323,female,22,no,english), flurge (305,m,41,no,english), foundercate (327,m,2,no,english), frilnk (316,Female,20,no,English), glide (301,f,19,no,english), glob (319,m,60,no,spanish), gloosh (303,F,30,not formally,english), goosh (320,f,44,no,english), grooge (314,m,39,y,eng), hy (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans), hyter (310,f,17,a little,french), klug (349,female,55,no,English), loo (354,,,not formally,English), neef (331,F,50,no,english), para (311,male,46,no,slovak), pii (329,f,47,YES,spanish), plax (345,,,,), quelch (306,m,42,no,english), sab (312,,,,), sain (325,,23,a little,english), schlog (321,F,33,no,English), shien (352,female,25,No,english), shok (351,female,33,no,hungarian), slop (357,,,,), smag (353,f,31,no,english), smooge (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American)), sploff (302,m,56,no,English), to golb (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French), trater (337,male,57,no,English), uhn (309,m,36,no,english), ult (330,male,28,no,english), wavo (346,m,36,yes,english), woos (339,female,35,no,english), wosh (355,female,48,no,portuguese), yuti (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)

Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the feeling you have when your back is close to the campfire
AAAAAAAAAAAAAsssssssssss
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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the 6:00 telemarketing surge
Blitz
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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the gait of a Miss America contetant
Dric
(267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english), Gade (290,f,40,no,English), Shwa (250,male,49,no,English), blook (276,Female,24,No,English), blurg (291,female,27,no,english), buge (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english), class (249,male,61,no,english), clud (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English), contetant??? swoole (256,female,25,a little,American), fanz (272,M,40,no,English), fel (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis), flub (288,Male,52,no,English), ipy (292,F,60,nine,onglish), kelepouri (275,male,30,no,Greek), kip (269,f,42,no,english), lalt (285,female,26,no,English), lian (254,female,55,no,English), liinse (300,female,25,no,English (American)), lomb (257,female,22,no,english), oooooooooooowww (298,m,57,no,eng), plair (284,f,43,nope,spanish), poin (282,m,47,no,English), pri (263,female,41,no,english), prut (294,female,18,no,english), sekz (281,male,30,no,English), shwing (273,female,33,nope,english), slem (265,female,52,No,English), soog (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana)), swig (252,f,25,no,english), swow (274,m,44,no,english), tam (283,female,43,no,endglis), tind (270,f,33,no,english), uh (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english), wilk (268,Female,32,a little bit,English), woolsh (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih), wooo (266,male,16,no,english), zeem (277,female,20,no,techie-ese), zhelle (278,Male,18,No.,English), SELD (304,female,29,no,english), Ush (348,male,16,no,English), blife (353,f,31,no,english), c (322,male,51,Nope, at least I don't think so.,english-canadian (eh)), crip (325,,23,a little,english), drist (326,male,25,not too much,english), fiui (357,,,,), flal (352,female,25,No,english), floovey (324,male,39,no,english), foenne (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans), frillypus (323,female,22,no,english), glick (356,F,35,No,English), gomac (311,male,46,no,slovak), gwert' (314,m,39,y,eng), isk (321,F,33,no,English), jha (312,,,,), larr (354,,,not formally,English), lop (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian), minto (339,female,35,no,english), oooooooh (309,m,36,no,english), pling (345,,,,), pluf (319,m,60,no,spanish), pof (349,female,55,no,English), rib (313,f,42,a bit,port), shic (330,male,28,no,english), slix (302,m,56,no,English), slow (344,female,43,no,english), snait (317,female,18,no,English), straddle (337,male,57,no,English), swee (315,Male,51,No,English), swif (331,F,50,no,english), swink (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American)), swir (320,f,44,no,english), swull (329,f,47,YES,spanish), ta (355,female,48,no,portuguese), trik (328,female,34,Yes,Russian), trill (303,F,30,not formally,english), ubdaa (346,m,36,yes,english), vair (306,m,42,no,english), wonedrass (327,m,2,no,english), yo (351,female,33,no,hungarian), ñikdeb (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish)

Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the smell of smoking electronic components
Chang
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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the shape of a football
Jad
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Make up a one-syllable word for: the teenage style of wearing pants so baggy, your underwear show
Famp
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Make up a one-syllable word for: a beautiful sunset
Ase
(267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english), Larsh (290,f,40,no,English), Nrüü (258,male,17,no,English), Sha (250,male,49,no,English), We experienced a real SHEENO (262,F,50,no,English), aahhshshny (256,female,25,a little,American), ahg (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english), ansh (272,M,40,no,English), arln (254,female,55,no,English), asp (283,female,43,no,endglis), beauess (276,Female,24,No,English), besuset (275,male,30,no,Greek), bhim (269,f,42,no,english), brahm (284,f,43,nope,spanish), dren (292,F,60,nine,onglish), geem (257,female,22,no,english), granz (300,female,25,no,English (American)), great (249,male,61,no,english), hahhhhhhh (291,female,27,no,english), harrt (298,m,57,no,eng), joon (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English), kisme (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english), laeh (273,female,33,nope,english), loca (266,male,16,no,english), mov (285,female,26,no,English), ooh (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis), ooma (274,m,44,no,english), prit (270,f,33,no,english), rall (265,female,52,No,English), seef (277,female,20,no,techie-ese), sehn (263,female,41,no,english), suanse (281,male,30,no,English), swence (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana)), troe (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih), twile (268,Female,32,a little bit,English), unik (288,Male,52,no,English), waul (278,Male,18,No.,English), woam (282,m,47,no,English), zta (252,f,25,no,english), Gleind (348,male,16,no,English), SA (304,female,29,no,english), a mir (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French), ah (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian), ah (313,f,42,a bit,port), ausuns (311,male,46,no,slovak), buh (309,m,36,no,english), cas (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish), cooh (339,female,35,no,english), durl (303,F,30,not formally,english), dwighch (326,male,25,not too much,english), es (333,male,55,no,italian), fantasmick (327,m,2,no,english), fis (349,female,55,no,English), fliesidal (321,F,33,no,English), fon (353,f,31,no,english), glair (324,male,39,no,english), god (344,female,43,no,english), heminy (323,female,22,no,english), hune (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American)), ip (325,,23,a little,english), lahs (312,,,,), laow (329,f,47,YES,spanish), larl (320,f,44,no,english), o (355,female,48,no,portuguese), ob (305,m,41,no,english), oooooo (351,female,33,no,hungarian), sawe (310,f,17,a little,french), serm (306,m,42,no,english), sheeev (354,,,not formally,English), shen (328,female,34,Yes,Russian), shi (352,female,25,No,english), slan (331,F,50,no,english), smoog (302,m,56,no,English), soooli (357,,,,), suniloqy (337,male,57,no,English), suu (319,m,60,no,spanish), swuai (315,Male,51,No,English), traeve (345,,,,), vlimer (346,m,36,yes,english), voon (330,male,28,no,english), vuell (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans), womic (314,m,39,y,eng), yeeeeee (316,Female,20,no,English)

Make up a one-syllable word for: asphalt so hot it gets a little sticky
By then, the road was MOOFY (262,F,50,no,English), Spick (290,f,40,no,English), Zuz (250,male,49,no,English), black (263,female,41,no,english), blatz (272,M,40,no,English), bluk (254,female,55,no,English), chiz (269,f,42,no,english), cip (283,female,43,no,endglis), cummy (280,female,16,only slightly...not very much.,english), fitch (284,f,43,nope,spanish), fleek (300,female,25,no,English (American)), flegt (265,female,52,No,English), ges (266,male,16,no,english), gigk (292,F,60,nine,onglish), gik (282,m,47,no,English), gloop (253,f,28,no,english), gool (270,f,33,no,english), grick (267,male,23,this is my first time to this sight,english), ihc (271,male,27,I have read a little about it.,english), intsoy (288,Male,52,no,English), krik (277,female,20,no,techie-ese), kurj (251,male,27,informaly,american english (east central indiana)), noov (257,female,22,no,english), nyick (278,Male,18,No.,English), pinsk (289,Female,54,yes,Englsih), pisaset (275,male,30,no,Greek), pop (298,m,57,no,eng), shig (285,female,26,no,English), shpulfh (256,female,25,a little,American), sploo (259,M,32,Not beyond onomatopeia. :-),English), sum (255,f,39,st semester in 2 weeks,englis), tak (273,female,33,nope,english), tar (252,f,25,no,english), tarf (268,Female,32,a little bit,English), targ (281,male,30,no,English), yush (276,Female,24,No,English), zamshie (274,m,44,no,english), zleek (291,female,27,no,english), Harg (348,male,16,no,English), MEDGE (304,female,29,no,english), aahh! (351,female,33,no,hungarian), biur (341,man,43,No. But, 3 years ago. I had a strange visión. Saw that I said to my,spanish), blag (356,F,35,No,English), blick (352,female,25,No,english), chansh (326,male,25,not too much,english), ching (302,m,56,no,English), crick (330,male,28,no,english), crookuk (323,female,22,no,english), damastic (327,m,2,no,english), flch (308,Male,60,Never,Romanian), frsh (319,m,60,no,spanish), glick (334,M,29,No,English), glotch (332,male,34,yes, only through some of your links,English (Canadian American)), glue (344,female,43,no,english), glum (342,male,33,no (a little actually),French), goo (355,female,48,no,portuguese), gooz (331,F,50,no,english), gort (316,Female,20,no,English), gung (315,Male,51,No,English), ibh (349,female,55,no,English), kloht (354,,,not formally,English), melph (310,f,17,a little,french), ool (320,f,44,no,english), ow (333,male,55,no,italian), rek (312,,,,), rere (309,m,36,no,english), riep (325,,23,a little,english), shat (305,m,41,no,english), sheem (328,female,34,Yes,Russian), shne (339,female,35,no,english), smee (345,,,,), smu (353,f,31,no,english), snoosh (324,male,39,no,english), snucke (357,,,,), squorn (303,F,30,not formally,english), stiasph (311,male,46,no,slovak), tarsicky (337,male,57,no,English), torc (306,m,42,no,english), trisp (321,F,33,no,English), uf (313,f,42,a bit,port), ugar (346,m,36,yes,english), vupp (340,male,22,no,Afrikaans), ziz (329,f,47,YES,spanish), zxxzhit (314,m,39,y,eng)



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