Query Responses



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Total Respondents: 596

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:


Query Response 1 (analyzed)
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'mba (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), Blasen (535,female,22,no,german), DEBUBULOUS (478,female,22,no,American English), Digestlewheeto (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Dotz (574,,16,,Filipino), Drobules (580,male,33,no,english), Frumpenhaldergottdammerungen (517,,,,), HUMA (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Miquiderous (558,female,25,no,english), Miquiderous (560,female,25,no,english), Oblid (591,Female,26,No,English), Plook (571,male,23,no,finnish), Sarahat (494,,,,), Scalab (544,male,30,no,french), anti matter space (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), babamoo (552,male,30,no,english), bastuloy (507,female,47,somewhat,English), beilah (473,f,21,no,russian), belarious (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), beurtic (505,,,,), blaboozle (595,Female,34,no,English), blackiblue (497,female,21,yes,russian), bladire (518,female,16,no,english), blakyelicious (525,f,53,no,American English), blick (530,male,37,yes,russian), blippids (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), blobnuts (579,female,48,no,hungarian), bloil (506,female,32,no,English), bloobles (500,,,,), bloobs (503,female,27,no,english), blood cells (555,Female,18,No,English), bloodvolvi (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), bloogle (514,M,32,no,English), bloped (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), blotchy (536,female,24,no,english), blotulism (519,male,42,no,english), bubbles (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), corpedium (577,female,57,no,English), doblegobble (592,male,19,no,tamil), dorbatic units (485,man,51,no,eng), dropaly (566,male,21,no,english), dwarmeri (474,m,17,slightly,english), exever (576,male,24,no,english), flibard (539,female,21,no,English), flobble (483,female,47,no,english), floni (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), flying olives (562,f,32,no,english), fraccleskin (476,female,50,no,dutch), fractils (540,male,25,no,english), galoblastos (475,m,29,vaugely,english), globinks (487,Female,48,No,English), glubblelot (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), goganoose (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), grawl (594,female,15,yes,filipino), grease (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), greasle (547,female,40,no,english), grogus (545,Female,34,No,English), hatrine (534,female,21,no,english), hemulin (513,female,53,No,American English), holifielio (582,male,22,no,english), inyersium (521,male,26,no,english), jubble (495,f,19,no,english), katagate (557,female,25,no,english), kwarf (548,female,21,no,english), marmonite (472,male,23,no,English), miscumnis (491,f,34,no,Australian), moibles (538,male,43,no,English), obloe (559,female,32,no,english), ogisplodge (528,Female,14,no,English), olive-orange (531,female,36,No,English), oliviate (516,female,48,not formally,English), platelace (520,male,55,YES!,English), platterview (585,female,38,no,english), plotch (502,male,54,yes,English), poizerm (477,f,37,no,english), portucus (499,male,50,no,english), roben (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), roskin (561,male,24,no,english), schindaltreatous (532,male,29,no,English), scoptic (542,,,,), shibble (489,Male,19,NO,English), slodgeglup (596,,,,), soliogran (492,female,20,no,English), spatty (556,male,56,no,italian), spillifery (527,female,46,no,American English), spiracel (508,male,17,no,American), spirosoy (553,female,52,no,english), splart (482,,22,sort of,english), splatched (488,m,29,no,english), splicion (515,male,39,not yet,english), spottleblot (584,female,48,no,english), spozzeleb (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), sputty (490,male,26,no,urdu), strepolated (481,male,30,no,english), strubea (554,male,55,no,English), stuble (522,male,19,no,English), swilsh (565,male,48,no,english), yardish (564,male,23,no,English), yarsh (588,malr,28,no,english), yebble (493,female,24,no,armenian), yebbon (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), zeppel (471,M,26,no,English), zoil (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH)


nerdles (487,Female,48,No,English), Blut (535,female,22,no,german), FASHIA (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Felice (494,,,,), Greades (574,,16,,Filipino), Krrrakh (571,male,23,no,finnish), LIQUICIAL (478,female,22,no,American English), Marchled (489,Male,19,NO,English), Ruckle (591,Female,26,No,English), Scramblebaby (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Skinti (544,male,30,no,french), Xcthonoplast (517,,,,), agreacus (576,male,24,no,english), aphric (564,male,23,no,English), blloodevil (556,male,56,no,italian), blloup (508,male,17,no,American), blood (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), blood (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), bloodcoal (559,female,32,no,english), blorgh (492,female,20,no,English), blurromatic (472,male,23,no,English), blut (530,male,37,yes,russian), boogalboo (585,female,38,no,english), carbishmush (520,male,55,YES!,English), clums (485,man,51,no,eng), coleus (483,female,47,no,english), deathlyskin (476,female,50,no,dutch), digitalitis (579,female,48,no,hungarian), domatilly (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), erblelichten (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), faceslosh (584,female,48,no,english), fineverluishen (475,m,29,vaugely,english), fluke (493,female,24,no,armenian), foormyinning (532,male,29,no,English), frosifisq (557,female,25,no,english), globden (565,male,48,no,english), glottinical (545,Female,34,No,English), gloucin (495,f,19,no,english), grose (536,female,24,no,english), grossotomy (527,female,46,no,American English), haeblogin (491,f,34,no,Australian), helokin (514,M,32,no,English), hemogrossassis (513,female,53,No,American English), ikte (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), increcty (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), ira (503,female,27,no,english), irrevulence (580,male,33,no,english), kishkis (500,,,,), koshpi (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), laricness (558,female,25,no,english), laricness (560,female,25,no,english), lirtson (515,male,39,not yet,english), malberge (481,male,30,no,english), mastlih (473,f,21,no,russian), mazelum (554,male,55,no,English), meaty (490,male,26,no,urdu), meeld (542,,,,), men's mirror (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), mesterpenate (521,male,26,no,english), metish (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), misk (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), moisturebloat (477,f,37,no,english), morstick (577,female,57,no,English), mucolossal (531,female,36,No,English), mucusoidal (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), mulample (471,M,26,no,English), oobywooby (528,Female,14,no,English), paravolnt (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), paterina (561,male,24,no,english), plain (555,Female,18,No,English), plastastic (540,male,25,no,english), ploogle (474,m,17,slightly,english), prinkel (553,female,52,no,english), rectisinct (538,male,43,no,English), rentry (534,female,21,no,english), rhodochrosite (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), romion (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), shinzano (497,female,21,yes,russian), sicklement (596,,,,), sidfacious (525,f,53,no,American English), slenugree (505,,,,), smawny (502,male,54,yes,English), smegverse (507,female,47,somewhat,English), smolshy (539,female,21,no,English), smurl (587,m,20,nope,engl), snaffle (499,male,50,no,english), snarvik (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), spickilated (566,male,21,no,english), splarf (519,male,42,no,english), spontinack (592,male,19,no,tamil), stalrik (548,female,21,no,english), swarled (488,m,29,no,english), swesh (588,malr,28,no,english), swoo (582,male,22,no,english), thane (594,female,15,yes,filipino), tryptophantosia (595,Female,34,no,English), tushagag (552,male,30,no,english), watermelon (562,f,32,no,english), woerm (518,female,16,no,english)


Alofer (544,male,30,no,french), DENOGGY (478,female,22,no,American English), Flurb (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Fogwump (574,,16,,Filipino), Hyst (580,male,33,no,english), Molet (494,,,,), Nebel (535,female,22,no,german), ORO (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Semin (591,Female,26,No,English), ailoventer (517,,,,), arewaler (471,M,26,no,English), argle (538,male,43,no,English), ateagical (577,female,57,no,English), bilic (497,female,21,yes,russian), blift (518,female,16,no,english), bygerian coastline (584,female,48,no,english), cerbreminal (545,Female,34,No,English), cloudy (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), coolobula (507,female,47,somewhat,English), cress (582,male,22,no,english), croosh (565,male,48,no,english), dazzldrought (479,female,20,no,english), dilifusal (520,male,55,YES!,English), eek (571,male,23,no,finnish), eemipherous (558,female,25,no,english), eemipherous (560,female,25,no,english), exeshmeen (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), f'nall (481,male,30,no,english), fazy (566,male,21,no,english), fishial (515,male,39,not yet,english), flazela (554,male,55,no,English), flectshad (521,male,26,no,english), fog (562,f,32,no,english), fogetic (508,male,17,no,American), foggilecent (525,f,53,no,American English), foggy (490,male,26,no,urdu), foggydew (476,female,50,no,dutch), fogis (500,,,,), fogsene (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), fogzon (506,female,32,no,English), fongdle (553,female,52,no,english), frusty (488,m,29,no,english), fusket (502,male,54,yes,English), gaelmist (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), glimick (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), gliss (547,female,40,no,english), glomtokha (475,m,29,vaugely,english), golulus (499,male,50,no,english), grange (564,male,23,no,English), graysion (595,Female,34,no,English), grilay (559,female,32,no,english), hame (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), hiim (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), hoggi (493,female,24,no,armenian), hordach (542,,,,), kerein (473,f,21,no,russian), lacelaft (492,female,20,no,English), lightscope (556,male,56,no,italian), marth (588,malr,28,no,english), mazy (483,female,47,no,english), mesrir (514,M,32,no,English), misk (491,f,34,no,Australian), mistickulous (528,Female,14,no,English), mistisism (579,female,48,no,hungarian), mistylake (482,,22,sort of,english), monday morning (540,male,25,no,english), muted (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), neskali (561,male,24,no,english), nietskent (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), phalarnia (505,,,,), poohandle (585,female,38,no,english), realmmist (487,Female,48,No,English), refectionary (527,female,46,no,American English), scoldsaid (576,male,24,no,english), sermoy (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), shamookah (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), shouedy (592,male,19,no,tamil), skleeter (532,male,29,no,English), sky (530,male,37,yes,russian), spherttle (495,f,19,no,english), srezle (503,female,27,no,english), swamisty (531,female,36,No,English), swilakaef (552,male,30,no,english), swooggy (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), sylvantiorum (472,male,23,no,English), the quest (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), tin lyt (594,female,15,yes,filipino), twinkala (510,female,47,no,english), uterus (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), veldavian protospheres (485,man,51,no,eng), vesperation (477,f,37,no,english), viccious (557,female,25,no,english), vimmer (539,female,21,no,English), vrime (548,female,21,no,english), vucelle (534,female,21,no,english), waphly (474,m,17,slightly,english), wodfunk (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish)


GABALLA (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Mistopeak (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Moundtain (574,,16,,Filipino), STOTALE (478,female,22,no,American English), Skred (494,,,,), Sphist (580,male,33,no,english), Udstur (591,Female,26,No,English), Vulkan (535,female,22,no,german), agar (473,f,21,no,russian), aircaae (557,female,25,no,english), bezink (471,M,26,no,English), blamouta (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), blisga (514,M,32,no,English), blurg (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), blurism (527,female,46,no,American English), blursion (508,male,17,no,American), bufus (561,male,24,no,english), climaxcloud (476,female,50,no,dutch), conalschmeer (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), cress (582,male,22,no,english), darkoling (556,male,56,no,italian), dipla (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), drop (497,female,21,yes,russian), ennaa (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), evalauge (492,female,20,no,English), f'nocious (mountain f'nall) (481,male,30,no,english), filious (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), fliff (588,malr,28,no,english), floughly (495,f,19,no,english), fortenscene (510,female,47,no,english), gizzim (477,f,37,no,english), grecus (554,male,55,no,English), halorunner (487,Female,48,No,English), heasted (518,female,16,no,english), heileista (534,female,21,no,english), henura (505,,,,), high mountains (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), highblur (531,female,36,No,English), hintern (483,female,47,no,english), hokkle (493,female,24,no,armenian), magnificient (536,female,24,no,english), malif (503,female,27,no,english), mathana (592,male,19,no,tamil), ment (564,male,23,no,English), methikir (475,m,29,vaugely,english), mistmount (579,female,48,no,hungarian), moarus (502,male,54,yes,English), montup (559,female,32,no,english), moofkish (538,male,43,no,English), moontain (584,female,48,no,english), mummuntuous (507,female,47,somewhat,English), nagardasev (515,male,39,not yet,english), obscdeimon (577,female,57,no,English), okahumpka (517,,,,), ompre (553,female,52,no,english), pasvoir (482,,22,sort of,english), phathmometallior (472,male,23,no,English), pojick (474,m,17,slightly,english), priswink (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), puzhenya (532,male,29,no,English), pycaphelem (520,male,55,YES!,English), pyrafoggery (516,female,48,not formally,English), pyramid (562,f,32,no,english), quidko (558,female,25,no,english), quidko (560,female,25,no,english), ridyadimrol (552,male,30,no,english), salami (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), sancretie (544,male,30,no,french), scinty (522,male,19,no,English), seirric (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), shvash (587,m,20,nope,engl), sky (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), soming-up (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), stacciphonous (545,Female,34,No,English), strozamemal (485,man,51,no,eng), sunday morning (540,male,25,no,english), sup (571,male,23,no,finnish), swanch (548,female,21,no,english), swzink (565,male,48,no,english), the arrival (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), towerlu (490,male,26,no,urdu), trefa (499,male,50,no,english), triafincy (576,male,24,no,english), trimontacious (525,f,53,no,American English), trisiral (521,male,26,no,english), twill (539,female,21,no,English), uolulf gartrag (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), ursaterraforma / animaterra (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), vash (594,female,15,yes,filipino), verticious (566,male,21,no,english), viewaske (585,female,38,no,english), whisbt (542,,,,)


BLUEBLIPIN (478,female,22,no,American English), Blom (494,,,,), Bluue (574,,16,,Filipino), Flourendine (489,Male,19,NO,English), Infectionyukitus (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Lempz (591,Female,26,No,English), Mom's dress, close-up (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), Triptech (508,male,17,no,American), Zellen (535,female,22,no,german), arieta (510,female,47,no,english), astrodic (483,female,47,no,english), atrionalistic (472,male,23,no,English), baybeeblues (579,female,48,no,hungarian), belose (481,male,30,no,english), blambruff (565,male,48,no,english), bloosy (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), bluesy (528,Female,14,no,English), bluikishable (594,female,15,yes,filipino), burting (556,male,56,no,italian), canfuse (490,male,26,no,urdu), carpalayque (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), cellblular (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), cellic (566,male,21,no,english), circles (500,,,,), comemocha (557,female,25,no,english), culd (564,male,23,no,English), cytophagmosis (595,Female,34,no,English), doycle (503,female,27,no,english), dytybyrd (479,female,20,no,english), elemedel (474,m,17,slightly,english), eyeatoma (513,female,53,No,American English), fish (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), fitsinstars (553,female,52,no,english), foteedly (507,female,47,somewhat,English), frogoup (515,male,39,not yet,english), gloriphonic (545,Female,34,No,English), goldencurtain (476,female,50,no,dutch), guhloy (471,M,26,no,English), hartersites (538,male,43,no,English), hummb (582,male,22,no,english), hypnotrid (518,female,16,no,english), iflebicent (525,f,53,no,American English), ingga (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), innereyou (576,male,24,no,english), klandiskous (532,male,29,no,English), meascles (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), meepie (558,female,25,no,english), meepie (560,female,25,no,english), melfuned (505,,,,), microboils (477,f,37,no,english), mlag (587,m,20,nope,engl), moddle (495,f,19,no,english), mop (571,male,23,no,finnish), narinana (497,female,21,yes,russian), naulerica (580,male,33,no,english), nightcloth (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), octelin (492,female,20,no,English), penid (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), pevine (577,female,57,no,English), pickly (588,malr,28,no,english), pomfifferous damrols (485,man,51,no,eng), pontil (542,,,,), porwens (548,female,21,no,english), prinkis (561,male,24,no,english), queir (530,male,37,yes,russian), quindal (539,female,21,no,English), rainbows (562,f,32,no,english), ripletrip (521,male,26,no,english), romi (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), rotonastru (499,male,50,no,english), sarob (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), saturday nite? (540,male,25,no,english), selsus (502,male,54,yes,English), seprazoa (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), sesi (544,male,30,no,french), silpon (491,f,34,no,Australian), skaybrun (559,female,32,no,english), spaggled (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), sparaphon (534,female,21,no,english), spreenply (475,m,29,vaugely,english), sprock (514,M,32,no,English), starglocloth (487,Female,48,No,English), starrish (488,m,29,no,english), stovesus (554,male,55,no,English), tatmatter (585,female,38,no,english), teshor (493,female,24,no,armenian), tie-dyus (527,female,46,no,American English), tipulates (520,male,55,YES!,English), trunski (592,male,19,no,tamil), tyrawdinb (552,male,30,no,english), uffan (473,f,21,no,russian), yolklet (584,female,48,no,english), ziphipery (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), zipinzulmp (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english)


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MADE UP DEFINITIONS

moomin:
*
slang for roaming the meadows in the morning ..often used today to indicate early morning errands in urban environments (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* A gluttural sound of the East New Jersey Gurnsey Cow, known for its voracious appetite, at first, the cows were thought to be braying ,'moo,' but this loquacious variety was heard to be adding the ending 'min'. Possibly derived from some ancient mother tongue of all cows. (472,male,23,no,English),
* A large round creature that lives in Scandinavia. (546,,,,),
* A moomin is a small, furry creature which habitats the small coves and caves of the Cornish Coast line (UK). It is speculated to be a mythological invention dating from the late 1500s, but is very much alive amoungst the native local people. (586,Female,19,Basic,English),
* A moving room is going softly. (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* A place where you dig for cows. (517,,,,),
* A slang term for Lunar worshippers. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* A stongly femanine sense of understanding based on the double 'o' that implies continium consciousness when using the freedom represented by mind found in the (.)dot over the i while being biologically in one place where driven by the curiosity and necessity of 'n' as when leading with one's nose to kollect or cup what we kNose. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* Actually name of a Finnish (?) cartoon character popular in Japan. (488,m,29,no,english),
* Any small organismism that feeds of pus. (574,,16,,Filipino),
* Cat (494,,,,),
* Children's TV show in England. Cuddly type creatures. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* Going ahead, on down the road, in a fast manner. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* Indiciative of the strange behavior associated with the full moon. (529,female,30,no,english),
* Is the act of staring aimlessly at a specific point a hands distance from the nose, but with the intetion of creating a rip in the time,space continium. (471,M,26,no,English),
* Mooing at the Moon (487,Female,48,No,English),
* Moomin is a way of moving through a barrier which has considerable resistance. It seems like a verb. Something slow yet moving at a steady pace. (580,male,33,no,english),
* Moomins are fantastic creatures, and there is a whole series of books about them (I have, of course, a mental blank on the details, even though I read them to my kids for years) (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* Muumi-peikko aka moomin troll. White fat character in finnish writer and comic-artist Tove Jansson. (571,male,23,no,finnish),
* Scandinavian small furry goblins. At least remember some comic strip read in my childhood. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* Security, tranquility, Etymology: It comes from Anglo-saxon roots that indicate: Mom is at home. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* The process of creating small cows (590,female,35,no,english),
* This is like when people have a moody minute; thus, a moomin. (573,male,43,i don't think so,english),
* This is the time between waking and sleeping when you are barely conscious of the outside world. Thsi is time in which your brain will take actual events from the world and weave them into dreams. Often called moomin time or moominchance. (I couldn't resist the pun) (532,male,29,no,English),
* What a cow is doing while walking an mooing at the same time (499,male,50,no,english),
* When the moon glow in a funny way. (564,male,23,no,English),
* a black long raincoat (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* a branch of the Mormen religion. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a contemporary pagen religion colating hinduist cosmology with morman virtue. (582,male,22,no,english),
* a cute, gnomish-looking creature that inhabits sparsely populated grassland-type areas, perhaps in Northern Europe (533,female,17,no,English, Greek),
* a dance around a bush at midnight (565,male,48,no,english),
* a dwelling in a forest (558,female,25,no,english),
* a dwelling in a forest (560,female,25,no,english),
* a frenzied reaction to spontaneous laughter ... as in an unexpected pun that spons another and in some cases an entire standup comedy monologue. 'Check out Bob, he's really moomin now that he thinks we're laughing at accidental joke he made.' (547,female,40,no,english),
* a kitten before it's ears pop out (557,female,25,no,english),
* a little swedish/scandinavian troll thing ( childrens book ) - sorry (481,male,30,no,english),
* a midsized, round, fuzzy animal (531,female,36,No,English),
* a mood inspired by moon and related to sweet memories of childhood, nostalgia; to moomin - recall one's mom in need for her help and care. (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian),
* a mormon baby (596,,,,),
* a rather roundish sort of domesticized troll with a large snout (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* a slow witted male (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* a small furry creature in a book I once read (483,female,47,no,english),
* a small piece of chewed-up gum, found attached to the underside of a table or desk (561,male,24,no,english),
* a state of being sluggish, lethargic or otherwise unmotivated 'She spent the moomin around the house.' (478,female,22,no,American English),
* a thing that is sacred (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* a unit of measure denoting the time between a gasp for breath and the breath. (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English),
* action of being very attached to your mother. (541,female,23,no,spanish),
* an ancient tribe of people, highly sophisticated, artistic and graceful (584,female,48,no,english),
* an animal with thick hair (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* attraction or repulsion to breasts (male or female) which may depend of lunar phases or personal unconscious contents: Frank experienced a severe moominic reaction to the statue of Venus deMilo. (485,man,51,no,eng),
* believer (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic),
* blooming (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), but how should i think? in malayalam, my native tongue or in english? i thing the roman script forces me to think in english. but it draws a few hazy circles, does not pin point on anything and disappears! o.k. something soft and kind, childish. (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam),
* childrens television character (552,male,30,no,english),
* cow language (503,female,27,no,english),
* fake cow's milk (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* gerund going over to a side you previously rejected. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* improvisational fantasizing in dance form (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* it sound like 'moaning' (594,female,15,yes,filipino),
* lunar (544,male,30,no,french),
* moomin: noun: a type of flower, generally purple which lives in fields in england and only comes out in the fall (482,,22,sort of,english),
* moon stone (493,female,24,no,armenian),
* moonlight dancing (528,Female,14,no,English),
* moping around (589,male,45,no,english),
* mumbling... speaking innermouth... humming... dreamish... (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* n. a sqaut man with a sharply receding hairline whose nose is pointed and hands are disproportionate to his arms (548,female,21,no,english),
* noun- a fastener allowing for freedom of motion (566,male,21,no,english),
* participle: the process of presenting one's rear end to a woman. (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih),
* pious (490,male,26,no,urdu),
* socializing in a casual way. schmoozing (554,male,55,no,English),
* some kind of smallish creature that smiles at a dyslexic moon even when the moon is no longer visible (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* sounds like a religion (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), the act of random visual location. Similar to the saccade, only more voluntary. (542,,,,),
* the act of trying to soothe an agitated bull by sweet talking to it (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* the amount of feces produced per day by one bovine divided by 1440 (519,male,42,no,english),
* the moomin trolls: a kids tv programme (540,male,25,no,english),
* the morning (mourning) dove bathes in the transforming rays of the sunlight..... (577,female,57,no,English),
* the trembling sound that ressonates in ones ears from the silence at night which only that person can hear in their head. (521,male,26,no,english),
* time of menstruation (491,f,34,no,Australian),
* time, when one contemplates on the moon, to moom is to contemplate on the moon, associated with woe ,what humans do on to others women, min, as going inside (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* to be able to move in and out of a crowded room without anyone noticing you. (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* to knit a sweater (495,f,19,no,english),
* to sqeeze the life out of something by sitting on it (492,female,20,no,English),
* top hat (518,female,16,no,english),
* verb - something teen girls do over guys who are cute, i.e., the three thirteen year olds were moomin over the cute guy behind the hot dog counter. (553,female,52,no,english),
* verb: to sleep peacefully at night (502,male,54,yes,English),
* well a secret place with twirly dancing moony shapes type things. idealistic i suppose... kinda like the cartoon. but already there. like the cartoon. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* wet nurse of eskimo lore. the mother of all wet nurses. also nickname for the seal godess, moomasoyushasi. (477,f,37,no,english),
* what neo hippies say whent they have had one quart too much of ben and jerry's (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish),
* woman (538,male,43,no,English)

hemulin:
*
1) a stiff fabric, like linen; 2) a not-so-exciting flower from Earth's temperate regions (587,m,20,nope,engl),
* A bit like heamoglobin. Blood. Noun. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* A female Hermit (574,,16,,Filipino),
* A gremlin with horns (487,Female,48,No,English),
* A large bolbous route that parasitically grows out of the base of a very old fern trunk.. (471,M,26,no,English),
* A little hideous goblin. (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* A medecinal product said to cure haemarroids (546,,,,),
* A pharmaceutical drug (488,m,29,no,english),
* A rare combination of blood sugar compounds that results in rapid breathing. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* A small hemus. Considered a liability in patriarchial cultures. (517,,,,),
* Also a character of Tove Janssons (Hemuli in finnish). Looks little like moomin, but is thinner and taller. Collects things. (571,male,23,no,finnish),
* An iron bases drug (499,male,50,no,english),
* Complaint or retort of indignation. Usually uttered after several pints. (542,,,,),
* Hemulin is a recently discovered property in human blood that depicts levels of degenerating tissue which shows a natural progression with age. May be related to dementia. (513,female,53,No,American English),
* IT IS A STRAP FOR YOUR HELMET THAT BUCKLES UNDER YOUR CHIN (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH),
* Over abundant insulin in blood (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* Someone that studies hemospheres. (547,female,40,no,english),
* Sounds like a medicinal word. I think a diabetic will inject this in their arm. (580,male,33,no,english),
* Sounds like a medicine. Possibly blood relatated due to the hem prefix. (514,M,32,no,English),
* Temujin Kahn emulator, or something about blood. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* The evil foe of hemoglobin. Often squaring off in microscopic gladiatorial war, the hemulin donns a trident and net taking on the redder, larger hemoglobin. (472,male,23,no,English),
* The feelings we have walking though a cool mossy forest. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* The name of a cafe created by a divorced woman. Stands for: He Must Leave In 0 seconds. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* The reddish colored tint of brackish water (570,F,42,no,English),
* To compete; to emulate, tu participate in a contest. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* Troll (494,,,,),
* a blood sucking moomin (552,male,30,no,english),
* a chemical (594,female,15,yes,filipino),
* a chemical compuond;used in medical feild as an anastetic. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a component of artificial blood (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* a component of blood - same chemical group as insulin etc. (481,male,30,no,english),
* a corona or halo surrounding a charged electrical device (can be seen in low light conditions) (561,male,24,no,english),
* a female reproductive system related medication (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* a hat or crown worn during the festival of Hemulus, God of millenry also a small flaw in an otherwise perfect sewing job (485,man,51,no,eng),
* a hormone priduced by the body effecting blood insulin. (529,female,30,no,english),
* a lamp with a green shade (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* a large persom with high intelligence (492,female,20,no,English),
* a liquid extract of a plant (554,male,55,no,English),
* a medicine used to treat blood disease (558,female,25,no,english),
* a medicine used to treat blood disease (560,female,25,no,english),
* a new metal found in australia (503,female,27,no,english),
* a pill (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* a probable relative of the moomin, but much less introspective and given to loud noises and group activity. resembles a cross between a large moomin and a German tourist. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* a semi etheric kind of veil (565,male,48,no,english),
* a shrub with healing properties (483,female,47,no,english),
* a sky vision (584,female,48,no,english),
* a sort of disease of the kidneys (564,male,23,no,English),
* a tea made with wine (557,female,25,no,english),
* adj. moving so close to anther as to cramp the movement of the other and producing anxiety. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* adj. fun loving and full of energy n. the life of the party (548,female,21,no,english),
* an amulet related to one's connections with home and homeland, helping to return from dangerous adventures, healing loneliness. (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian),
* an elementary particle, cousin of the messon which interacts only with basic elements no greater than helium. (582,male,22,no,english),
* an herb that is used in a muslin wrap and placed on a person who has been burned. (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* any small plant that grows in the woods (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* blood of menstruation (sorry - it just speaks to me this way) (491,f,34,no,Australian),
* brew out of weird plant the hemullus (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* droplet of sweat from a skirt's hem (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* fairy blood goblin (595,Female,34,no,English),
* goblin of the feminine kind? (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), hemulin=blood and spirit.....pushing and pulling the pulsating rhythmic flow through the veins of human form echoing timeless splendor..... (577,female,57,no,English),
* is the process your earsgo througth whilst forming wax. (534,female,21,no,english),
* letting of blood, bleeding (511,male,53,no,english),
* lunar (544,male,30,no,french),
* man (538,male,43,no,English),
* man made copy of a herb used to heal a blood disorder (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* medical product (589,male,45,no,english),
* method for trapping a beast of burden. 'I ain't done plowin' and the gawdern mule broke loose. Kin y'all hemulin?' (519,male,42,no,english),
* n. a compound found in the blood, mostly of women, that enables them to hem articles of clothing etc. hemulinate: v. the chemical process by which hemulin is formed in the blood cells hemulinear: adj. a level of hemulin saturation that makes it possible to sew straight seams (579,female,48,no,hungarian),
* no wild guesses except that it sounds like the name of a medicine! (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam),
* no woman, no man sexless... bloodsickness (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* noun - the doctors needed hemulin to save the patient's life. (553,female,52,no,english),
* noun- a collagen-based blood sealant patch (566,male,21,no,english),
* old man with a type wrighter on his head. probably androgonous though. likes to chill. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* oxygen carring process of the blood (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih),
* part of blood (568,female,32,no,english),
* persona que tiende a emular las acciones de las demás. (person that tends to emulate other´s actions). (541,female,23,no,spanish),
* pertaining to blood (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* realated to human insulin (590,female,35,no,english),
* small red being (556,male,56,no,italian),
* something they test for in blood workups (533,female,17,no,English, Greek),
* something to do with blood (596,,,,),
* something to do with sewing (528,Female,14,no,English),
* sounds like a drug (540,male,25,no,english),
* sounds like some blood product (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* this is a relative of the hemoglobin, a synthetic variety only reproduced in the German Labratories (478,female,22,no,American English),
* this was a social inoculation that allowed individuals to raise or lower their hem lines by personal preference. (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English),
* too much interference from 'Hem-' blood root...English 'mule'.. can't overcome. (502,male,54,yes,English),
* type of gas (518,female,16,no,english),
* up the road, or around the corner (495,f,19,no,english),
* waves that are created by running water over the grain of the wood species white ash. (521,male,26,no,english)

snuffkin:
*
a tin to hold snuff (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* a trendy stuffed animal toy.... a fantasy animal based on a movie to be released this christmas (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* to walk in a jolly manner, to walk with a bounce that insinuates happines (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* (dutch folklore) a small, elfin creature who can be seen in the smoke of a recently put-out fire (561,male,24,no,english),
* (slang) pet name for a lover like honey, baby, or muffin (587,m,20,nope,engl),
* A children's book character. Furry and cute. (580,male,33,no,english),
* A cute little paid assasin. Or an underage ninja. (547,female,40,no,english),
* A derogatory term for a sneezing dwarf. (472,male,23,no,English),
* A little measure of snuff (499,male,50,no,english),
* A muffin creature (487,Female,48,No,English),
* A new brand of Candle Snuffers (574,,16,,Filipino),
* A person who expires due to asphyxiation during sex (513,female,53,No,American English),
* A person who only murders his relatives. (517,,,,),
* A pet name for a boy/girl friend in the first years of the relationship. (546,,,,),
* A small child with a nasty cold whom you could otherwise enjoy. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* A small intake of breath through the nose. Or a small fluffy animal. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* A small non-poisonous fungus, usually grows in heavily wooded and shaded areas. Shaped like small hot air balloon. (489,Male,19,NO,English),
* A small spiney seed pod (570,F,42,no,English),
* A small, ornate, and dainty snuff-box that is usually worn pinned to the cuff. (504,f,36,no,Eng),
* A wrap to go around your face in the cold weather (503,female,27,no,english),
* Killers, perhaps mafia, 'family' (514,M,32,no,English),
* Neckerchief, cloth piece with which the women are picked up the hair. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* Olfactory cunelingus, performed through undergarment(s). (542,,,,),
* One character mythically related to the munchkins in the land of Oz. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* See Moomins, Snuffkin also appears in the stories (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* Small hound dog. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* Some kind of animal (494,,,,),
* Someone fond of killing (488,m,29,no,english),
* THATS WHAT YOU CALL SOMEONE WHO CONSTANTLY SNIFFLES (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH),
* The relative that tends to constantly use intolerable substances like chewing tobacco. (527,female,46,no,American English),
* This hebivore snake is covered in fur and is seen usually in winter around the necks of women from upper society , the snake hibinates in the wardobe and is often mistaken for a kangaroos tail. (471,M,26,no,English),
* This is when the male of the human species, has fucked up on something and he wants to tell his female spouse of the human species, but is taking the 'polish the apple' route to telling her. (573,male,43,i don't think so,english),
* This would probably be Nuuska-Muikkunen. A guy with hat and pipe and who travels. (571,male,23,no,finnish),
* a breed of rabbit (528,Female,14,no,English),
* a cloth specifically used to sneeze into and wipe a runny nose (554,male,55,no,English),
* a dirty handkerchief (558,female,25,no,english),
* a dirty handkerchief (560,female,25,no,english),
* a little frob made out of that fuzzy stuff they make earmuffs out of, only too small to be of any use (533,female,17,no,English, Greek),
* a loved object, an object of you affection, term of endearment (478,female,22,no,American English),
* a minature hanky (485,man,51,no,eng),
* a moomin with an elongated snout (552,male,30,no,english),
* a person with big and pug nose (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* a polite cough (495,f,19,no,english),
* a semi-nomadic, observing sort of creature, inclined to respect interpersonal arrangements rather than societal laws. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* a small baked goods that emit a very redolent aroma. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* a small box used to hold snuff. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* a small breed of dog (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* a small catlike animalsome (531,female,36,No,English),
* a small child with a cold (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), a small creatues addored by children and parents alike (590,female,35,no,english),
* a small lid for the bowl of a pipe (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* a small mink like animal, usually found in magic forests, prone to be somewhat on the outside of the cool magic forest animal clique (510,female,47,no,english), * a small rodent (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* a tattered handkerchief...used. (502,male,54,yes,English),
* a testy baked thing (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* a time late in the evening when you snuggle up to your partner (565,male,48,no,english),
* a tiny piece of an egg shell (492,female,20,no,English),
* a type of old school gun powder pusher with a curved blabe on the end. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a warm winter hat ( for children ) it ties under the chin and flaps cover the ears (481,male,30,no,english),
* an animal or figurine formed from the remains of used kleenexes. Popular in small towns in the northeast, sold at craft fairs and church bizarres. (477,f,37,no,english),
* banal and sentimental nickname for a suburban lover (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* child (538,male,43,no,English),
* childs clothing (589,male,45,no,english),
* cold (noun, when you have a cold and your nose itches) (541,female,23,no,spanish),
* dog smelling person (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* flu (518,female,16,no,english),
* i hate this word!!!! snuffkin=to stifle, to smother ........ (577,female,57,no,English),
* linguistics of advanced animal languages. (582,male,22,no,english),
* n. small elf-like creature with green skin and purple hair (548,female,21,no,english),
* noun- a disposable plastic trinket in humanoid shape (566,male,21,no,english),
* noun- a generational pass down of undealt with dysfunction(s) or issues left suppressed, from a parent to a child or children. (576,male,24,no,english),
* ok, a square pinky lilak head person, with an indented flower mark for a nose. This person has been badly drawn, and has an eye next to each corner, not big or small. This person smokes a pipe, probably. and has springs for legs. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* one of your kin, by smell (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* pertaining to family (544,male,30,no,french),
* pertaining to olfactory sensation (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* slang for nose (564,male,23,no,English),
* slang from southeastern US meaning the family reunion invitation list is big enough. 'Marge, snuffkin ta feed, we ain't got enuff vittles fer any more folk.' (519,male,42,no,english),
* small killing, such as, the killing of a bug (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih),
* sneezing with a sipon (594,female,15,yes,filipino),
* snuffkin - n. a form of endearment commonly used to address children, pets or lovers (579,female,48,no,hungarian),
* snuffy skin (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* some sort of a tissue or a napkin (493,female,24,no,armenian),
* sounds like a name for a cat (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish),
* swedish. (540,male,25,no,english),
* the soft sottony stuff in the dryer that gets caught in the litle nets (557,female,25,no,english),
* this is hillbilly slang for killing the rest of your family cause they don't let you sleep in. (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English),
* though the sound combination you use does not refer to any english words, they sound english! better than malayalam or for that matter any indian language! (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam),
* to acquire a presence of scent using any sense other than the sense of smell. (521,male,26,no,english),
* toy doll which has terrific olfactory capabilities (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), verb - something pumpkins do when they go bad. The over ripe pumpkins were out looking for trouble and set on committing snuffkin to any pumpkins they could find. (553,female,52,no,english)

hodgkins:
*
Dr. Hodgkins --- he invented Snuffkins to entertain his sick patients ... children with colds .... the Snuffkins communicate in sniffs ... Dr. Hodgkins warned the children that if they didn't blow their noses they would attract Snuffkins (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* A brick layers helper. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* A disease (488,m,29,no,english),
* A disease (591,Female,26,No,English),
* A fence constructed around a nudist colony to keep out prying eyes. (517,,,,),
* A mans surname, middle to upper class. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* A name, and a disease. (546,,,,),
* A peculiar game played by drunken sailors ,it involves lying on your back with your feet in the air and a length of rope between your toes ,the aim of the game being to tie a specific knot with your feet befor your oppenent can sing the alaphbet backwards, the loser having to scull . (471,M,26,no,English),
* A term for any person who looks over their reading glasses like an angry librarian (485,man,51,no,eng),
* Actually, I think there is a real english definition for this...Isn't it a type of disease that involves deterioration of one's motor skills or something like that? (561,male,24,no,english),
* An adjective that describes the make and model of a certain type of box that (472,male,23,no,English),
* An alternative form of 'Gesndheit' (sp?); used in Dickensian novels (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* Common English surname, most commonly encountered attached to the word 'disease'. I don't know exactly what the disease does to you, but naming the disease arouses sympathy from those who do know (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* I bet this is also from Janssons books, but dont know who. Therefore I cant 'invent' any meaning for this and for the ones below. (571,male,23,no,finnish),
* ITS A DISEASE (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH),
* Illness (487,Female,48,No,English),
* Its a macic feast (494,,,,),
* Just FYI, this is actually the name of a town in Illinois (a southern suburb of Chicago). (496,m,22,no,English),
* Men's name, died of strange disease, became the name of the disease, or was the discoverer of it (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* Pork flavored Fudge. (574,,16,,Filipino),
* Sheepskin, finely cured pig skin. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* Slang word meaning 'Talking Garbage'. (582,male,22,no,english),
* Some irish little-folk stuff. Furry burrowing animal. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* Suspended but not gone Hodgekin's disease. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* The name of my butler after I win the Lottery. Sounds dependable and proper. (580,male,33,no,english),
* The name of the person who discovered a serious type of cancer. (527,female,46,no,American English),
* This is the first word in 'Hodgkins Disease' so it must be the name of the person who first identified the symptoms. Hodgkins disease, I believe, is some type of lymphoma. This may not be a real word, but it was someone's name. (523,,,Not really,English),
* [hajkInz]...like Hodgkins Disease? I'm not sure about the standard spelling, and I don't know what Hodgkins Disease is, but yeah, this word is a part of my native language. (587,m,20,nope,engl),
* a British theater award. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* a disease (568,female,32,no,english),
* a faithful butler (552,male,30,no,english),
* a game played with wooden counters on a board (483,female,47,no,english),
* a man servent from the middle ages. We do have this word in the English language, bu it is a name of a diease. (585,female,38,no,english),
* a prim and proper British person (564,male,23,no,English),
* a rash (557,female,25,no,english),
* a small, menacing, mythical creature, like a lepricaun or a hobgoblin (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* a specific class of urbanites (554,male,55,no,English),
* a sweet food (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* a type of cancer (590,female,35,no,english),
* a type of wizards staff with some sort of special jewel on the end. (508,male,17,no,American),
* an awkard, 'prickly' person who, like a hedgehog, tries to protect and 'hedge' himself by caustic remarks (mostly unsuccessfully) (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian),
* an incurable disease ealted to the neural impulses in the brain (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* an old farmer (596,,,,),
* are river beds which flow with no visual movement because it is reflection of its surroundings, and can only be witnessed by a person's third eye. (521,male,26,no,english),
* assorted snacks (492,female,20,no,English),
* debilitating disease (595,Female,34,no,English),
* dirty work boots (558,female,25,no,english),
* dirty work boots (560,female,25,no,english),
* disease (518,female,16,no,english),
* disease (589,male,45,no,english),
* disease? (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), family up the road (540,male,25,no,english),
* help to the rescue (503,female,27,no,english),
* hodge-skin (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* hodgkins=mixture......balancing of duality by blending harmonizing components.. (577,female,57,no,English),
* icelandic or german?! anyway its rough and rugged. (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam),
* illness (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* interference from the disease...and from 'hodge-podge'...disorganized jumble of small things (502,male,54,yes,English),
* it's a disease - a lymphoma (481,male,30,no,english),
* itchy elbows and forearms. (542,,,,),
* kids in a big family that sleep in the same room, no more than five to the room (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* kind of paper (556,male,56,no,italian),
* little tiny things that live under the bed (553,female,52,no,english),
* modern jeans (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* n. a small, round protuberance from the skin of the nose (548,female,21,no,english),
* noun- a state of mental abstraction and/or emotional distance (566,male,21,no,english),
* pertaining to family (544,male,30,no,french),
* sheltered children (495,f,19,no,english),
* slang: an elderly man, historically used to refer to a butler. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* small children in motley clothes (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), small puppies (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* something big and stuffy and smelly (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* sounds like hodgkins disease (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish),
* teenager (538,male,43,no,English),
* thats a name and a disease, in real life. (514,M,32,no,English),
* the name of a famous philosopher (528,Female,14,no,English),
* the name of bespactacled grrengrocer (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* this has the name of the old pine tree resin that was used for anointing of sacred objects (565,male,48,no,english),
* well hodgekins is basically a wooden ram with a hedge for a body. or a goat... may be. and it eats books on the book shelf. and sometimes is just a stare in a dark corner. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* you know, I quite forget. (475,m,29,vaugely,english)

joxter:
*
new type of boxer shorts for Jocks (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* (v.) int. 1. to jump wildly about in a seemingly reckless but overall harmless manner. 2. To flail ones arms and legs in a goofy fashion. ex: 'Those dancers doing the 'Freddy' looked like they were just ~ing around!' (522,male,19,no,English),
* A Joxter is a a medium to large size dog, it's species is fast and is often used for hunting, for it has a great sence of smell.Comes from the UK area. (534,female,21,no,english),
* A comedian who is so unsuccessful that he has to go to the pawnshop on a regular basis. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* A high degree of uniformity. Example: Even though they were of different races, they still exhibited joxter homogeny because they were all human beings. (532,male,29,no,English),
* A joker (487,Female,48,No,English),
* A person who lives close to the wind, vies for position in life. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* A professional critic of serious sciences etc working in a comic style. (eg parodying Heisenburgs quantum universe with analogy of a morphonogetic cat-[schroedenger]) (582,male,22,no,english),
* A voice activated note pad (jotter) (506,female,32,no,English),
* A young, active rabit (499,male,50,no,english),
* An athletic comedian. (517,,,,),
* Evil joker spirit or goblin. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* ITS WHAT YOU CALL PEOPLE WHO ARE REALLY INTO SPORTS, ALSO KNOWN AS A JOCK (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH),
* My daughter will certainly tell you that this is the name of the character who plays 'fool' to Xena the Warrior Princess and her sidekick. Otherwise, I'd take it for a playful, practical joker. (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* One who retains used undergarments from a snuffkin. (542,,,,),
* One who teases by punny twists of meaning. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* Perhaps this when the males (again) of the human species plays a joke on a fellow freshman, and perhaps, has more to do with the coditions under which the joke is foistered on the fellow freshman; while wearing his underwear. (573,male,43,i don't think so,english),
* Schort pants (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* Someone who uses text messages in order to tell jokes. (574,,16,,Filipino),
* Someone with a sense of humor. Maybe a practical joker. (580,male,33,no,english),
* TYpe of underwear (488,m,29,no,english),
* The art of putting on jockey shorts. (523,,,Not really,English),
* To approach casually, usually if intending to swindle or distract the approachee (570,F,42,no,English),
* To insert a thing in another. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* To joxter is a term that is specific to the sport of 'little ponies'... the dog track. The greyhounds or whatever canine maybe racing that day when first released to run amock, they joxter for position around the track. 'And down the stretch they come, NoFleasPlease joxters about Champ to win by four links...!!!!' (472,male,23,no,English),
* Toy (494,,,,),
* [rankster (538,male,43,no,English),
* a certain breed of dogs (493,female,24,no,armenian),
* a childhood game, composed of several small glass balls, in which the object is to hit the opponents' balls out of a prescribed area; later called marbles. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* a clown that uses a horse or small pony during his act (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* a cocky attitude (529,female,30,no,english),
* a fool from the middle ages. (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* a hedge (491,f,34,no,Australian),
* a hybrid vehicle, a kind of wooden boxster (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* a jovial fellow or gal (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* a mauve colored thought that embraces power and royalty. (521,male,26,no,english),
* a mean spirited dwarf (510,female,47,no,english),
* a menace under the age of 6 (557,female,25,no,english),
* a night elf (565,male,48,no,english),
* a notetaker (558,female,25,no,english),
* a notetaker (560,female,25,no,english),
* a person that means well but oftens makes things worse (590,female,35,no,english),
* a person who is sarcastic (584,female,48,no,english),
* a prankster - but more irritating - a college mirthmaker (481,male,30,no,english),
* a psychic erection (485,man,51,no,eng),
* a simple set of grey lines in blackness. which moves arond very simply but some how does very complicated things as a result. Dont ask why. YOU CANNOT QUESTION THE JOXTER, YOU FOOL!! (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* a stereotype of a highschool football player that grows up to take a job telemarketing (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish),
* a stupid boy (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* a tool used for cleaning teeth (503,female,27,no,english),
* am apparatus used by construction workers to temporarily support a cinderblock wall (554,male,55,no,English),
* an indian word for boot (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* an uncomfortable form of underware (552,male,30,no,english),
* any animal that has been snared by the foot and has then escaped by knawing its own leg off. (471,M,26,no,English),
* blend of jokester and jester...but duller, more 'ox'-like. A dunce of some kind (502,male,54,yes,English),
* crossbars in a building that have no structural or functional use, but are just there for aesthetic reasons (561,male,24,no,english),
* describes a person (you don't necessarily like) who makes light of situations that are embarassing. (553,female,52,no,english),
* fast or quick (492,female,20,no,English),
* horsy stuff (540,male,25,no,english),
* joker (589,male,45,no,english),
* joxter- n. jock strap and boxers in one garment (579,female,48,no,hungarian),
* joxter=a trickester, or joke......they called the joxter to lessen the intensity....... (577,female,57,no,English),
* joy boxter (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* jumping, skipping, leaping (495,f,19,no,english),
* kind of dog game (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* lighthearted and feckless (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* part of horse racing harness (568,female,32,no,english),
* position (544,male,30,no,french),
* rabbit (518,female,16,no,english),
* slang term cross between a jock and a joker, used mainly in american high schools to describe a young male who doesn't fit into either catagory (478,female,22,no,American English),
* some one who cuts the grass and does lawn care (482,,22,sort of,english),
* someone having great ability in sports. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* someone who has failed high school several times just so they can still play sports,because a college won't give them a scholarship. (508,male,17,no,American),
* someone who wears a jock strap for the fun of ita ve (531,female,36,No,English),
* special kind of undershirt (556,male,56,no,italian),
* the correct spelling of a character on the TV show Xena Warrior Princess. (479,female,20,no,english),
* the snuffkin's father, of course, rather fiercer and wilder than the snuffkin. inclined to actually fight park wardens rather than just argue with them. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* to be in anguish (for lack of jockstrap?) (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), to bounce around the room (564,male,23,no,English),
* to juggle (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* to play computer games (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* to push and shove to get to the front (483,female,47,no,english),
* to push through crowds to get a better view. (546,,,,),
* type of alcohol (528,Female,14,no,English),
* v. to grind the teeth in one's sleep (539,female,21,no,English),
* v. to laugh uncontrolably for no specific reason adj. a large cone shaped apparatus for planting seeds (548,female,21,no,english),
* verb- to be comedic through self-deprecation (566,male,21,no,english),
* verb- to quickly dance about a person of opposition in a physical fight so to not be an easy opponent hurt and beat. (576,male,24,no,english),
* what people do to each other on the subway during rush hour as they try to get more space (533,female,17,no,English, Greek)

groke:
*
(v.) int. 1. To slither and skulk, usu. with wicked intent. 2. To move in such a way as to resemble a lizard. (522,male,19,no,English),
* A gross joke. (574,,16,,Filipino),
* A joke that has gone entirely too far and maybe even bad. (595,Female,34,no,English),
* A technique for digging the garden borders (506,female,32,no,English),
* A tool (494,,,,),
* Choke on gravy (488,m,29,no,english),
* Deriving from australian slang term 'bloke' this refers to female to male transexuals. (582,male,22,no,english),
* Feeling rough. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* Hairy mean ogre. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* I get a strong feeling of maso-sexuality when i look at this word. (573,male,43,i don't think so,english),
* Shades of Lewis Carroll! Something dark and unwelcome that might lurk in a slimy place. (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* This is the act of trying very hard for something and then at the conclusion of trying you realise that although you did not reach your goal, you realise you reached the highest possible attainement of your goal and so success was achieved. Example: Although he didn't make it to the store and back, he groked because it was storming too hard to continue. (532,male,29,no,English),
* To Groke: to celebrate in one's winnings, usually unsportsmanlike. (489,Male,19,NO,English),
* To crawl on your hands and knees in supplication (570,F,42,no,English),
* To fail at reaching the colloquial 'second base'. 'Groking' takes place when one partner, calls a premature end to romantic intimacy for some percieved or real miscalculation on the other's part. 'Did you get very far with the Prom King, Angela?' 'No, I went to kiss him, and something horribel happened...' 'You groked?' 'Yeah, I groked.' (472,male,23,no,English),
* To grasp a marijuana cigarate while inhaling. (517,,,,),
* To gripe, to grunt, to make bad face. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* To suffer with no hope of deliverance. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* Unit of money worth less than a groat. (504,f,36,no,Eng),
* Utilitarian. A word used in a factory. The name of a lever to start a big machine. (580,male,33,no,english),
* When the joke is incredibly lousy and in bad taste, a listener half groan and half chokes. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* a charred stick (568,female,32,no,english),
* a drink, can be alcoholic (493,female,24,no,armenian),
* a female nymph (565,male,48,no,english),
* a fool (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* a garden implement used primarily to remove dandelions from lawns (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* a gardening utensil (557,female,25,no,english),
* a glove with pointy steel tips on each finger nail,with metal claws on each knucle. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a kid of hot drink (556,male,56,no,italian),
* a malt drink, often consumed by joxters (510,female,47,no,english),
* a one footed hopping head with lots of eyes, which hops on a pond, and has a big spoon for a tongue. It has the ability to conjure at will the equalibrium. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* a rather cold, miserable creature, whom everyone fears due her unfortunate tendency to freeze any small creature nearby to death. rather likes large shiny gemstones. mikes vem lery thuch. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* a sound emitted gutturally that signifies disgust, also a verb: to groke (474,m,17,slightly,english),
* a type of halucinigenic 10 times more powerfull than coke. (479,female,20,no,english),
* a verb similar in meaning to choking, but this particular verb refers to choking on words - not food (531,female,36,No,English),
* adj. - having a hoarse throat (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), an artificial growth or inflation that easily betrays its own emptiness ; to grow artificially and superficially, as if it were a joke; swett memories, mom's sweet memories... (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian),
* an attempt made to seduce a man/woman with an extended version of your life story (exageration and white lies unsucessfully added to spice things up). (471,M,26,no,English),
* an old english word for soup (499,male,50,no,english),
* brand of sneaker (528,Female,14,no,English),
* broken croak (487,Female,48,No,English),
* croaking (596,,,,),
* defective in some way (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* dutch currency (540,male,25,no,english),
* ferocious giant (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), frog's croke (518,female,16,no,english),
* groak vb. to watch intently with the aim of getting someone to offer you something. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* groke=a fowl......the groke took its flight toward the mountain... (577,female,57,no,English),
* growl duke (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* hard work (589,male,45,no,english),
* having used the sense of touch to understand a concept (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih),
* inside movement of the belly, makes you want to trowh up (bad joke?) symbolically, coming from feeling. (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* is another name for vomit. (534,female,21,no,english),
* medieval term for a large, lizard-like creature, possibly what is modernly called the chameleon. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* mix from snoring and toothcracking (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* n. deep throaty sound made by aggressive crows v. groke, groking - to make deep throaty sound (579,female,48,no,hungarian),
* needled stem of a vicious weed (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* noise (544,male,30,no,french),
* noun: an incompetent person...a stooge of great negative consequence verb: to fumble around to no effect (502,male,54,yes,English),
* past tense of grok (514,M,32,no,English),
* petrified bread (485,man,51,no,eng),
* something to do with throat. (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam),
* sound make by a person attempting to make a comment while extremely hung over (478,female,22,no,American English),
* the act of swallowing phlegm. (542,,,,),
* the outer most part of tree bark (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* the sound one makes when poking around toolsheds or drawser which contain rusty metal objects, such as wrenches, farm and garden tools, nuts and bolts. also the rusty film left on one's fingertips after sifting through these metal objects. (477,f,37,no,english),
* the state a piece of computer equipment goes into just before it starts emitting smoke (533,female,17,no,English, Greek),
* there are ten grokes too a booble (552,male,30,no,english),
* to caress (483,female,47,no,english),
* to cause something to brake (590,female,35,no,english),
* to choke down laughter when someone tells a joke at a somber moment (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* to choke on something (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* to choke out a word or sentence (503,female,27,no,english),
* to clutch tightly and shake back and forth in a violent manner (561,male,24,no,english),
* to do really poorly on an test or objective (492,female,20,no,English),
* to eat quickly, to swallow (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* to grieve loudly and horrendously (558,female,25,no,english),
* to grieve loudly and horrendously (560,female,25,no,english),
* to nearly vomit but be able to swallow it back down. very unpleasant (481,male,30,no,english),
* to open, propel or twist (495,f,19,no,english),
* to search casually on the ground for (554,male,55,no,English),
* to stare at someone's food, hoping they will offer you some (564,male,23,no,English),
* to tickle or rub the faethers of a bird's head (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* to twist a precious metal into a symbolic spiral of life. (521,male,26,no,english),
* to understand (553,female,52,no,english),
* unlike grok, from Stranger in a Strange Land, meaning to understand in a sublime vulcan fashion, the work groke, means to invoke a sound that implies to the listener, everything is alright with the world..... (584,female,48,no,english),
* v. to physically harm someone without meaning to (548,female,21,no,english),
* verb- to insult or demeen another person or one's self for sexual arousing. (576,male,24,no,english),
* verb- to understand in a comprehensive manner (566,male,21,no,english),
* young man (538,male,43,no,English)

booble:
*
(n.) 1. A game of rural Minnesota origin involving fist-size cement balls, potato sacks, and livestock. (522,male,19,no,English),
* A budding booby. To make bubbles with your spit. A midget idiot. (517,,,,),
* A flaw that occurs in the thread when you are sewing (492,female,20,no,English),
* A trinket (487,Female,48,No,English),
* An amusing anecdote about ones own bunglings which has a happy ending. (520,male,55,YES!,English),
* Blase (535,female,22,no,german),
* Bubble (494,,,,),
* Bubble. (550,m,38,no,italian),
* Deep sea fish with bone structure suggesting the beginning of evolution to a walking creature. (582,male,22,no,english),
* Defined infinate error. (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic),
* IS SOMETHING THAT YOU WEAR IN YOUR HAIR, IT'S AN ELASTIC WITH THINGS ON THE END OF IT (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH),
* Like ramble (488,m,29,no,english),
* Maybe my suggestion has been already mention, but this word inspires me bubbles..I imagine a big relaxing bath full of soft and coloured bubbles. (541,female,23,no,spanish),
* Sounds like a small mistake. (580,male,33,no,english),
* The ability to make a mistake and recover from it. (527,female,46,no,American English),
* The condition of a bubble gum after it has been placed under furniture (574,,16,,Filipino),
* This same with this word, only this is the playful males of the human species noun for a woman's breasts. (573,male,43,i don't think so,english),
* To baffle somebody or make a mess of things. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* To speak too much. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* To whine or mutter to oneself while eating alone in a public place. To irritate fellow dinner guests with complaints or tears. (477,f,37,no,english),
* a baby bubble (557,female,25,no,english),
* a blend of boob and bubble...a round smooth projection of some kind verb: to err foolishly (502,male,54,yes,English),
* a bubbling balloon in the water (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* a christmas tree decoration (528,Female,14,no,English),
* a chunk of ice (499,male,50,no,english),
* a classical dance (495,f,19,no,english),
* a cotton fiber dust and thread material remaining on the floor under weaving machines (554,male,55,no,English),
* a key glyph (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* a little mistake (512,F,51,not formally, but I have a strong interest in the topic,English),
* a mathematical term that refers to a small fraction of a google. (472,male,23,no,English),
* a mistake - now superceded by 'pulling a homer' (homer simpson) (481,male,30,no,english),
* a mistake made when writing (503,female,27,no,english),
* a modernist musical term for freeform innovations in anotherwise structured piece of music (485,man,51,no,eng),
* a name for a kind of glass crack pipe. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a part of the womens body, there are usually 2. an entertainment center for males. (479,female,20,no,english),
* a soft peak which hardens when touched by a person's hand, but liquifies when touched by a person's mouth. (521,male,26,no,english),
* a spherical frob of about 2 cm diameter, made of some hard, shiny, glass-like material (533,female,17,no,English, Greek),
* a suprting up of water, as when something moves up from underneath the water (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* a tassle that hangs from a g-string (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* a unit of currency (552,male,30,no,english),
* a vast, dimwitted, kindhearted creature with poor eyesight. singular, and vulnerable to the moral shortcomings of the average moomin. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* a written mistake (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* an endearing person, someone you like intensely. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* any object that looks like it is on the verge of falling apart - or (verb) to build an object in a clumsy fashion (561,male,24,no,english),
* booble=disquise.....look again dear heart and see the true nature found beneath the booble.... (577,female,57,no,English),
* boobles booble but they dont... (540,male,25,no,english),
* favorite playthings or toys favored by 'simpletons', as described in Sir Arthur Whimsey's great epic 'The Foibles of Folly'. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* glitch in computer world (568,female,32,no,english),
* it`s a very delicious dish. You can eat it as a breakfast or a dinner. It`s too spicy. (551,female,28,yes,portuguese),
* mild form of insult (546,,,,),
* mistake (589,male,45,no,english),
* n. a round fleshy protuberance; form of endearment (579,female,48,no,hungarian),
* nipple (596,,,,),
* noun- a set of items having a loosely bounded and/or amorphous configuration (566,male,21,no,english),
* noun: the spit bubbles blown by infants (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih),
* silly, non-threatening (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* similar to a goober; a booble is a silly person (584,female,48,no,english),
* small balls attached to string (518,female,16,no,english),
* small bosom (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), something you do in the water at the pool (553,female,52,no,english),
* speak pompously (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* synonym for juggle (482,,22,sort of,english),
* the phlegm emitted from one nostril. (542,,,,),
* the place I want to live (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* this is a bubbling brook set in a meadow (565,male,48,no,english),
* to be a boob (564,male,23,no,English),
* to booble: verb: chattering to oneself whilst not looking in a any particular direction when walking (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* to develop breasts (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), to lie (483,female,47,no,english),
* to make a mistake due to not thinking (558,female,25,no,english),
* to make a mistake due to not thinking (560,female,25,no,english),
* to make mistakes (590,female,35,no,english),
* to mutter (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* to take a bath (493,female,24,no,armenian),
* v. to make a mistake n. a mistake (539,female,21,no,English),
* v. to make a mistake n. a mistake (548,female,21,no,english),
* well your a jelly like spector. kinda like Dr Katz only more mythical, to fit where my imagination's goin' right now. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* what breasts do when they move, syn.jiggle (514,M,32,no,English),
* when a blonde makes a stupid mistake (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* when somone passes wind and sneezes at the same time. (471,M,26,no,English),
* young woman (538,male,43,no,English),
* zitt (476,female,50,no,dutch)

hattifattener:
*
a food surplus brandnamed after the 'carry On Films' actress Hatti Jakes. (515,male,39,not yet,english),
* A friendly person in the community that provides a service eg. a neighborhood baker, butcher, milkman, postman. (592,male,19,no,tamil),
* A new kind of bacteria that makes people fat. (574,,16,,Filipino),
* A person who does not like to look at anyone bigger than themselves ,due to a fear of being looked down upon. (471,M,26,no,English),
* A rare medical disorder of the upper cortex that creates odd behaviour in its afflicted. Often, the victim will seek out hats of various kinds, and smear lard or some other oily substitute. Then s/he wears the hat, and makes a declamation of impending doom or supremecy. Named for Harold Hattifattener, the original afflicted who was often heard to remark after wearing a derby stinking of olive oil, 'I am the Pope of Chilitown!' (472,male,23,no,English),
* Ans these are Hattivattis. Little electric guys. (571,male,23,no,finnish),
* Fatty food (488,m,29,no,english),
* Female (probably from hatti). A trade of some description? Hat making - but has a specific role in the process of hatmaking : fattening them. (588,malr,28,no,english),
* Lard (487,Female,48,No,English),
* Latinised name of an exotic herb used in cultures who believe obesity to be beautiful. (582,male,22,no,english),
* Macical creatur (494,,,,),
* Plump person and chatterbox. (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish),
* Slang: renaissance term/slang for butter. (545,Female,34,No,English),
* Sounds South African. (580,male,33,no,english),
* That's the little organ in the vagina which resembles the starter button on a 1932 Chevy. (517,,,,),
* The Mad Hatter after he quit smoking. :-) (550,m,38,no,italian),
* The person or persons whom test the actual weight load that elevators can safely carry. Currently the term is only in use by the Hattifattener Local #571 in Tipperary, NY. (532,male,29,no,English),
* a British term for crooked road (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English),
* a German dessert (564,male,23,no,English),
* a bouncing blind penguin wearing a bower hat. (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english),
* a contraption resembling a large pig or cow that allows for personal flight, not unlike a hot air ballon only more outrageous in design. these crafts originate from northern euopean countries and are equated to the american box car durbys (478,female,22,no,American English),
* a cute name for a new kind of pastry. Like maybe a croissant with chocolate or caramel inside (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish),
* a device used to inflate foam rubber (554,male,55,no,English),
* a german buckle (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH),
* a hat pin (499,male,50,no,english),
* a new wonder drug to gain weight (503,female,27,no,english),
* a nice but frivolous woman (497,female,21,yes,russian),
* a particularly dangerous trans-fatty acid in foods. (525,f,53,no,American English),
* a person who always botches things up (492,female,20,no,English),
* a product used in the construction industry. it is used to fill in gaps in seams ... it expands after it is applied .... it is becoming slang ... for a lunch wagon that caters to construction sites.... as in ... 'hard hats' becomes fat after eating food from wagons ... (498,,,letter symbolism in numerology,english),
* a reletive would wouldn't leave (495,f,19,no,english),
* a seamstress who specializes in letting out the clothes of people who have outgrown them. (558,female,25,no,english),
* a seamstress who specializes in letting out the clothes of people who have outgrown them. (560,female,25,no,english),
* a soldier (480,female,22,i study it now,russian),
* a spray for one's hair that increases each hair's girth, but has the unsightly side-effect of adding an oily sheen (561,male,24,no,english),
* a state of being - I woke up this morning in a hattifattener mood which was only exascerbated by the full moon shining through the fog on the back of the moose standing by the side of the road. (553,female,52,no,english),
* a sufi practice for raising emotive consciousness (552,male,30,no,english),
* a type of dance done with metal fan and/or long swords. (508,male,17,no,American),
* a very comfortable chair (557,female,25,no,english),
* a womans' very large butt. (479,female,20,no,english),
* adj- to be obese in a manner which conflicts with common motor skills (566,male,21,no,english),
* adj. rude and ingnorant (539,female,21,no,English),
* before the notorious ceremonies of of the secret island cult sacrafices are assigned a their personal hattifattener, to ensure the proper toning of the flesh. (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English),
* can't do this one...too long, too many parts with too many latent associations some kind of manufactured device, perhaps...a coat hanger. (502,male,54,yes,English),
* comical and whimsical character (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), disinfo, a red hering, something to throw one off the track (507,female,47,somewhat,English),
* eerrrrrrrrrr (540,male,25,no,english),
* fat food in general (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch),
* greasy, americanized indian food (587,m,20,nope,engl),
* hattifattener is an artificial substance that can be added to foods, to add more fat to it, usually used for weight lifters, sumo's and people suffering from anorexia. (534,female,21,no,english),
* hattifattener=a capricious woman......never a steady course but in constant flux.... (577,female,57,no,English),
* healthy food (528,Female,14,no,English),
* hodge-podge or conge-podge (in Korean) (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean),
* it`s a hat. But this hat just can be used by fat people. (551,female,28,yes,portuguese),
* mysterious creatures shaped rather like pale eels, except they walk erect. forever traveling on an incomprehensible quest. subject to the broodings and speculations of the occasional moomin. (475,m,29,vaugely,english),
* n. a stately person with refined clothing who has had a priveleged upbringing (548,female,21,no,english),
* not sure but it fattens something (514,M,32,no,English),
* old woman (538,male,43,no,English),
* packing material that you can put in your Homburg to make it fit better (516,female,48,not formally,English),
* pil to reduce fat? (476,female,50,no,dutch),
* plant (589,male,45,no,english),
* rice. (542,,,,),
* something (500,,,,),
* something that fattens heart, blunts and deadens pain, makes a person less sensitive (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian),
* sorry - this word is just stupid - complete piffle and tish - make your words more peristatious or I will have to decompulate and expune myself from your survey...how do ya like dem apples! (481,male,30,no,english),
* that which increases ones hat size, more of a metaphoric dig on ego. 'Why that Tom Simpson has to turn sideways seince all that hattifattening went on over the way he saved the flying monkey at the circus the other day.' (519,male,42,no,english),
* the element responsible for making certain food combinations delectable (485,man,51,no,eng),
* the slow vibration that comforts the nerves of a person once a small red pill disolves and reacts to the blue type O negative blood flow within that person and alters the typical state of being. (521,male,26,no,english),
* this is the guardian of the sacred grove or the bridal chamber (565,male,48,no,english),
* used to fasten the had of a child (590,female,35,no,english)



Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the sound of a jet plane passing overhead

Floos (FLUS) (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish), Jetassult (537,F,54,Self taught, self study,Picto-glyph / English), Naom (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Nosiy (555,Female,18,No,English), Schwor (573,male,43,i don't think so,english), Shreem (580,male,33,no,english), Sjoooom (494,,,,), Swag (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), VOOSH (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), ZSHOUW (478,female,22,no,American English), Zhoom (574,,16,,Filipino), [voiceless bilabial fricative]oo[vcls. bilab. fric] (587,m,20,nope,engl), aorrrrah (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), aush (584,female,48,no,english), bing (530,male,37,yes,russian), brer (531,female,36,No,English), brong (594,female,15,yes,filipino), brum (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), buzz (563,,,,), deafening (536,female,24,no,english), earidum (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), eeeeeeh (490,male,26,no,urdu), eyon (520,male,55,YES!,English), floo (495,f,19,no,english), floud (547,female,40,no,english), frr (565,male,48,no,english), fuu (527,female,46,no,American English), fuust (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), grnt (559,female,32,no,english), grream (488,m,29,no,english), haus (554,male,55,no,English), himn (483,female,47,no,english), hooowooo (485,man,51,no,eng), hunve (538,male,43,no,English), hushee (500,,,,), hwahhhhh (579,female,48,no,hungarian), hwww (525,f,53,no,American English), jew (480,female,22,i study it now,russian), jjjjchjjjjhh (557,female,25,no,english), kooh (571,male,23,no,finnish), krow (514,M,32,no,English), monieon (577,female,57,no,English), nyaosh (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), onk (510,female,47,no,english), osh (544,male,30,no,french), plure (471,M,26,no,English), raam (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), raoph (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), rom (502,male,54,yes,English), rores (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), saj (499,male,50,no,english), scheeeen (542,,,,), schute (540,male,25,no,english), sh (552,male,30,no,english), shhhm! (595,Female,34,no,English), shoom (481,male,30,no,english), shosh (475,m,29,vaugely,english), shuoooo (479,female,20,no,english), skiv (489,Male,19,NO,English), sleuch (492,female,20,no,English), sone (545,Female,34,No,English), soosh (546,,,,), spi (576,male,24,no,english), swish (588,malr,28,no,english), swwthhhh (556,male,56,no,italian), test (507,female,47,somewhat,English), tha (592,male,19,no,tamil), thr (591,Female,26,No,English), vae (521,male,26,no,english), vearl (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), vom (474,m,17,slightly,english), vome (548,female,21,no,english), voo (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), vosh (566,male,21,no,english), vroom (513,female,53,No,American English), vroosh (553,female,52,no,english), vrummmmmm (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), vui (582,male,22,no,english), vum (491,f,34,no,Australian), wang (493,female,24,no,armenian), whool (558,female,25,no,english), whool (560,female,25,no,english), whouzh! (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), woo (518,female,16,no,english), woom (508,male,17,no,American), woosh (487,Female,48,No,English), worsh (561,male,24,no,english), wraaaw (476,female,50,no,dutch), wuzsh (505,,,,), yierk (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), youm (jau:m) (564,male,23,no,English), zhip (532,male,29,no,English), zhzhe (497,female,21,yes,russian), zhzhu (583,m,51,a little bit,Russian), zim (539,female,21,no,English), zirr (529,female,30,no,english), zoom (528,Female,14,no,English), zoom (596,,,,), zoorm (472,male,23,no,English), zoun (515,male,39,not yet,english), zrom (503,female,27,no,english), zzssuuum (506,female,32,no,English)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the smell of pickles

DILL
(572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Floo (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Jing (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), Juciy (555,Female,18,No,English), Peur (573,male,43,i don't think so,english), SNIZZ (478,female,22,no,American English), Snarch (SNARCH) (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish), Sooour (574,,16,,Filipino), ac (525,f,53,no,American English), acdesh (577,female,57,no,English), blat (530,male,37,yes,russian), breg (558,female,25,no,english), breg (560,female,25,no,english), clart (545,Female,34,No,English), clipasmic (485,man,51,no,eng), coos (493,female,24,no,armenian), dank (557,female,25,no,english), dilt (513,female,53,No,American English), dou (592,male,19,no,tamil), eca (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), eck (518,female,16,no,english), eff (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), eww (594,female,15,yes,filipino), fflug (471,M,26,no,English), fluhch (where ch is voiceless velar fric) (587,m,20,nope,engl), glic (580,male,33,no,english), greird (564,male,23,no,English), gur (499,male,50,no,english), gwer (474,m,17,slightly,english), hep (588,malr,28,no,english), horked (492,female,20,no,English), inje (559,female,32,no,english), isp (502,male,54,yes,English), krall (481,male,30,no,english), luf (532,male,29,no,English), lylmn (520,male,55,YES!,English), miin (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), mmmmggg (476,female,50,no,dutch), mnyam (497,female,21,yes,russian), peek (504,f,36,no,Eng), peshi (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), pfooom (542,,,,), piest (505,,,,), pik (531,female,36,No,English), pinns (480,female,22,i study it now,russian), pleut (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), plish (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), plh (571,male,23,no,finnish), pon (539,female,21,no,English), ponct (548,female,21,no,english), puk (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), quuum (543,male,24,no. but i feel it!,malayalam), qx (552,male,30,no,english), ridsy (561,male,24,no,english), rost (489,Male,19,NO,English), saltas (500,,,,), sark (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), senk (544,male,30,no,french), sharf (507,female,47,somewhat,English), shif (576,male,24,no,english), shour (579,female,48,no,hungarian), silm (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), smert (510,female,47,no,english), smilg (515,male,39,not yet,english), smmeeee (490,male,26,no,urdu), smoon (503,female,27,no,english), snarp (488,m,29,no,english), sni (565,male,48,no,english), snink (538,male,43,no,English), sniz (566,male,21,no,english), somm (540,male,25,no,english), sour (563,,,,), splick (514,M,32,no,English), sprinz (547,female,40,no,english), stin (495,f,19,no,english), stind (596,,,,), sweeks (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), sweetcumbra (537,F,54,Self taught, self study,Picto-glyph / English), tang (487,Female,48,No,English), teng (483,female,47,no,english), tince (522,male,19,no,English), tos (473,f,21,no,russian), trib (554,male,55,no,English), twesk (491,f,34,no,Australian), uh (508,male,17,no,American), uh (591,Female,26,No,English), ui (556,male,56,no,italian), uiiij (494,,,,), urk (582,male,22,no,english), urrg (584,female,48,no,english), verne (472,male,23,no,English), vilt (475,m,29,vaugely,english), wem (521,male,26,no,english), whemp (553,female,52,no,english), whuf (529,female,30,no,english), yuck (528,Female,14,no,English), yuck (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), yummy (536,female,24,no,english), zel (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), zinth (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the jargon of a DJ on AM radio

BAB (572,FEMALE,22,NO,ENGLISH), Djamflap (537,F,54,Self taught, self study,Picto-glyph / English), GHUH (478,female,22,no,American English), Hot (555,Female,18,No,English), Jipe (586,Female,19,Basic,English), Mnam (573,male,43,i don't think so,english), Oorge (URY) (501,Male,54,Selflerning,Spanish), Schull (526,Male,56,Not yet.,Korean), Sround (574,,16,,Filipino), barst (515,male,39,not yet,english), bibb (483,female,47,no,english), bitsum (485,man,51,no,eng), blaab (506,female,32,no,English), blab (short a) (587,m,20,nope,engl), blad (564,male,23,no,English), blagag (595,Female,34,no,English), blant (559,female,32,no,english), blap (514,M,32,no,English), blarb (588,malr,28,no,english), blik (584,female,48,no,english), blughz (578,yes,38,yes,symbolic), blum (475,m,29,vaugely,english), brift (472,male,23,no,English), bundal (491,f,34,no,Australian), buzzer (541,female,23,no,spanish), canacknel (477,f,37,no,english), chit (518,female,16,no,english), chit (524,female,19,a little,english and spanish), chot (542,,,,), clat (531,female,36,No,English), clinch (495,f,19,no,english), clio (556,male,56,no,italian), clop (497,female,21,yes,russian), coloxet (577,female,57,no,English), cool (528,Female,14,no,English), crack (530,male,37,yes,russian), crap (596,,,,), cravich (561,male,24,no,english), derd (540,male,25,no,english), dooo (490,male,26,no,urdu), drap (476,female,50,no,dutch), dras (554,male,55,no,English), dret (532,male,29,no,English), drey (594,female,15,yes,filipino), fapp (505,,,,), fast (487,Female,48,No,English), fip (565,male,48,no,english), flim (488,m,29,no,english), ga (592,male,19,no,tamil), gasms (547,female,40,no,english), glabble (523,,,Not really,English), glot (566,male,21,no,english), gonj (576,male,24,no,english), gurb (509,female,37,not that but the International Phonetic alphabet,English), hif (480,female,22,i study it now,russian), hjdfhs (494,,,,), hnarp (538,male,43,no,English), jad (493,female,24,no,armenian), jarm (513,female,53,No,American English), jim (593,male,51,only a little,Englsih), jock (499,male,50,no,english), loon (503,female,27,no,english), mehz (471,M,26,no,English), merv-female, derv-male (557,female,25,no,english), nej (581,m,20,Not OFFICIALLY... But I'd say yes really.,english), nool (520,male,55,YES!,English), oph (521,male,26,no,english), peamless (486,f,37,practized, not much study yet,dutch), pex (582,male,22,no,english), pham (545,Female,34,No,English), pho (525,f,53,no,American English), plass (548,female,21,no,english), rad (502,male,54,yes,English), rad (591,Female,26,No,English), rip (549,FEMALE,38,YES,ENGLISH), sak (567,Male,38,Not that I knew of...,English), scrark (544,male,30,no,french), smak (508,male,17,no,American), smaz (580,male,33,no,english), stam (575,male,24,forgotten all about it :) ?,dutch), stupid (536,female,24,no,english), svap (571,male,23,no,finnish), taet (533,female,17,no,English, Greek), tarng (569,M,15,no,American English (Texan Dialect)), tunch (551,female,28,yes,portuguese), vasck (507,female,47,somewhat,English), vlax (539,female,21,no,English), voke (481,male,30,no,english), yayy (558,female,25,no,english), yayy (560,female,25,no,english), yeah (484,female,age: ,No,Arabic), yoo (473,f,21,no,russian), yop (492,female,20,no,English), zimp (579,female,48,no,hungarian)


Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the gait of a hippo

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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the feeling you have drinking tea on the porch on a spring evening

AHHHHHH
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Make up a one-syllable word meaning: the Halloween monster mask

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Make up a one-syllable word for: how your 4-year-old plays the piano

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Make up a one-syllable word for: how your 4-year-old plays the violin

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Make up a one-syllable word for: a person who keeps having unhappy love affairs

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