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shipple

* To jumble the cargo in a ship's hold. (874,male,58,no,English)
* verb - To pack, to (set a product ready to) export (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* i have this word in my language which means the son of the lion (876,female,30,yes,Arabic)
* To jumble the cargo in a ship's hold. (877,male,58,no,English)
* a unit of measurment (878,female,33,no,english)
* subtle (879,male,33,no,english)
* the pieces of grit left in a sieve when pan-handling (880,female,43,no,english)
* a ripple in sand (881,F,26,No,English)
* v. to stagger as one who hasn't yet gotten his land-legs back or is slightly drunk. From ship and shuffle and tipple. (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* make noise (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* A container used to mail materials from one location to another. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* soud (885,f,46,no,si)
* (verb) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* a small stream of water that runs along a quickly moving body (like a car in a light rain) (887,male,20,No, but I've recently become very interested in linguistics in general.,English)
* The shipple is a a old celtic dance step. (888,female,59,no,english)
* to wipe your mouth after a drink (890,,33,no,English)
* cold, hissing matter (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* n. a small ship (892,male,22,no,American English, Indiana dialect)
* the ship will or ship ill or she pill (893,female,38,not sure,english)
* a kind of a wave (894,,,,)
* to shuffle along drunkenly, but with some semblance of remaining upright (895,female,34,no,english)
* The manner in which drunk people walk on rocking boats. (897,,,,)
* (Invented) Verb: 1. to send signals via water, to tap water with the intention of transmitting codes, to splash about in a manner that causes water to both ripple and make sound (the child shippled meaninglessly in the bathtub.) (898,female,38,no,french and english)
* Small items that are transferred from one place to another. (899,male,33,no,English)
* things the must be shipped (901,female,51,no,english)
* A person who handles packages for transportation (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* A unit of weight measurement used in the black market of colonial England, mostly applied to large amounts of grain. (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* it would have a flickering popping quality like something that slapped spokes of a bike wheel, only wetter (904,female,24,no,english)
* the sound a small boat makes in an unruly water (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* A shipple is a conical shaped peg used in the morthon trade. (907,,,,)
* simple (908,female,37,no,english)
* noun-a small rumple or bump found in one's bedclothes that is not caused by foreign material beneath, but simply as a result of the sheet not having been tucked in neatly (909,female,21,no,english)
* the taste of an apple (911,female,18,no,English)
* A way of handling touchy subjects and cooking with a spatula that's too large (912,,,,)
* To move gracefully (913,Female,24,No,English)
* short;miniture (914,female,24,no,english)
* A trivial or insignificant amount (915,female,50,no,English)
* a painting technique. (916,f,24,no,english)
* a "shipple" is best described as a well-heeled nebbish, flush with cash, oblivious to sex-gender finality. Therefore, the "shipple" finds the heights of human existence in the thrill of accomplishment in the field of accumulated knowledge. dig? (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* To bob about, as if on water. To walk with a shipply gait -- a cross between a skip and a brisk walk, quite happy, almost mischievous, perky, and definitely silly. example: Every morning she shipples through the office gaily saying "good morning" and ignoring the fact that the rest of us merely grunt in reply. (918,f,39,no,english)
* verb; to proceed or progress by alternating short slides with stops. (919,male,38,no,english)
* A small portion of some powdery or grainy aggragate (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* 1. Verb. Suggests a combination of "stipple" and "ship". This gives me a hint of a visual image, but no clearly definable meaning. Perhaps it has the idea of shaking repeatedly by small increments. (I.e. "small increments" as an element of "stipple"; "shaking" from "ship" or "shift".) (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* its a verb that desribes a person is an jerk or a stingy person. (924,femail,20,no,english)
* (v.) To tilt awkwardly at periodic intervals, in such a way that your surroundings are affected. (925,F,42,No,English)
* Ship people, they used them for helping the drivers that were driving the boat at the time. (926,f,12,no,english)
* a device used as a barrier for smaller domesticted animals. compare to "hurdle'. (927,,American English,slightly,American English)
* tag for tube mailer (929,M,50,No,English)
* A small vessle contaning information (930,male,58,no,English)
* A shipple is an instrument that extracts raw product from its source, grinds it up, filters it, liquifies it and spits it out so that it can cool and congeal in a mold or on a surface. Or a handheld tool that cuts into soft wood yielding a component product. (931,Male,36,No,English)
* to step sideways making a horn blowing sound (932,m,40,no,english)
* to move things around in a rushed way (933,male,28,no,english)
* standung isolated, but sturdy within it confines. (934,male,28,no,english)
* Subtle, low and quietly wavering (935,female,25,no,English)
* standung isolated, but sturdy within it confines. (936,male,28,no,english)
* Clothes pin (937,female,46,no,english)
* An intuitive feeling of gross movement in the atmosphere i.e Did you feel the shipple (938,female,29,no,english)
* to move smoothly over obstacles (939,female,44,no,British English)
* to talk your self out of an embarrassing siutation (940,Male,34,no,English)
* of pike and shipple. (942,female,50,no,english)
* package (943,female,35,yes,english)
* package (944,female,35,yes,english)
* n., a small round gorgle created by the water encountering an obstacle, ofter with a white crest (946,,,,)
* a small device used to ship apples. (947,,English,no,English)
* a little ship (948,M,30,no,Finnish)
* waves left in a ships wake (951,male,48,no,english)
* too get money in an unfair way (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* A fibrous breakfast food, probably made of apple fibers (953,male,25,minimally (re: japanese mimetic system),english)
* sharp piece of hard matter (sounds like schrapnel) (955,m,28,no,french)
* A prim undergarment, covering from the waist to the mid thigh. Typically worn by elderly ladies. (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* 1. (n) a Shovel (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* a time or period (959,,,,)
* damage done to an envelope, package, box, etc., and/or the contents of same, done in the process of delivery: "The shipple was pretty bad." (960,male,50,no,English)
* A small ship (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* to mop up (962,female,english,no,english)
* Splash bubbles into a fluid (v); the bubbles therefrom (n) (963,m,English,No,English)
* v. to scuttle about with one's face close to the ground (964,female,english,no,english)
* A tool for carving wooden models, especially in the shape of small (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* the business end of a quarter staff (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* to be undecided about something, or unable to make up one's mind. Also to prevaricate. (967,female,english,no,english)
* noun. the undulating pattern in sand on a beach. caused by wind or water. (968,male,english,no,english)
* the nervous tic suffered by people uncomfortable with public breast-feeding when confronted with the activity. (969,M,English,no,English)
* (v.) to chop something into pieces (970,male,arabic,no,arabic)
* (verb) to shift from one foot to another, as if on a ship. For example, the guilty defendant shippled incessantly. (971,Male,English,Studied? No.,English)
* the stale love that is forever distant. old english (972,,,,)
* small shipment (978,m,english,no,english)
* a sinkless ship (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* a wake or ripple produced by a ship (981,,,,)
* Diminutif de berger (982,female,french,no,french)
* A little ship (983,M,English,No.,English)
* little wooden peg which holds or releases the brake on a wheelbarrow (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* An architectural embellishment on a building that resembles a (985,F,English,no,English)
* a shifting, rustling motion. (986,f,english,no,english)


trafe

* To tear apart in long strips, as the way cedar bark comes off the log. (874,male,58,no,English)
* verb - To ¥lock¥ someone¥s arms (hold them preventing motion) (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* something not good (876,female,30,yes,Arabic)
* To tear apart in long strips, as the way cedar bark comes off the log. (877,male,58,no,English)
* a wicker or woven tray (878,female,33,no,english)
* to strive for (879,male,33,no,english)
* to graze ones knee (880,female,43,no,english)
* to ignore something most people could not (881,F,26,No,English)
* adj. a little bit, a trifle more than a trifle. (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* to fight (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* A restaurant found along a walking trail. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* wind (885,f,46,no,si)
* (verb) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* to clear a path slowly and methodically by means of a sharp blade (887,male,20,No, but I've recently become very interested in linguistics in general.,English)
* The trafe is french cookie. (888,female,59,no,english)
* What gravel does when one walks on it, similar to scrape. The gravel trafed under our feet as we walked down the path. (889,F,21,yes,English)
* a decorative piece of coth (890,,33,no,English)
* a traveller (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* v. to circle a target while attacking it with projectiles; var. of "strafe" in first-person shooter video game jargon (892,male,22,no,American English, Indiana dialect)
* tray for (893,female,38,not sure,english)
* a dead person (894,,,,)
* a skin wound, light and on the surface (or to create such a thing), like a scuff for flesh. (895,female,34,no,english)
* V. (1) To weave a fabric with the combination of cotton and silk. (2) To break away from common practice in an established trade. (3)'trafe the flax': to spoil the established trade or skills by abandoning the old traditions. (896,Male,45,No,English)
* (Invented) Noun: 1. that which is found but not necessarily sought, from old french trover (find) as in treasure trove. Example: What lucky trafe it was to find the hundred dollar bill. Love letters in my husband's coat pocket, however, was unfortunate trafe. (898,female,38,no,french and english)
* Idle conversation over coffee. (899,male,33,no,English)
* shallow (900,,,,)
* traffic (901,female,51,no,english)
* The canopy over a sidewalk cafe (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* An unimportant endeavor, a mindless task. (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* something to do with stressing over trivialities while eating at a cafe? (904,female,24,no,english)
* groundstanding...reminds me of the swiss word "trf"....meaning something like ascerbic.. (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* trafe is a fiber derived from the tropical plant Honoria bilabiata Lin. (907,,,,)
* trap (908,female,37,no,english)
* verb-to travel by taking steps that are broader than is typically comfortable for the walker, resulting in rapid, if somewhat uncomfortable locomotion. (909,female,21,no,english)
* An ornate tea tray used by the nobility of England (910,Female,18,No,American English)
* to scrape your foot along pavement (911,female,18,no,English)
* an incomplete conveyance (912,,,,)
* bad displeasing (914,female,24,no,english)
* crude or irresponsible (915,female,50,no,English)
* "trafe" best refers to the third set of dishes in a good Jewish abode. These dishes are destined for Gan Eden, while the owners of such items have a decidedly more difficult task before them! (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* to drag out, make somthing last longer than it should. example: Every night, my daughter trafes going to bed. Her routine seems to grow like a tumor until I surgically remove it and get her back on track. It always grows back, though. She is expert at trafing. (918,f,39,no,english)
* verb; to critiscize unjustly. (919,male,38,no,english)
* Verb or adjective. Could be a "shape" word, by analogy with "square" or "trapezoid". Also has a suggestion of flatness - possibly because of the resemblance to "tray". "To trafe" may mean to smooth and/or flatten. (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (v.) To wander about in a non-linear fashion, with a pronounced and heavy gait. (925,F,42,No,English)
* A cafe that is tapped on an Island. (926,f,12,no,english)
* being in a state of fearful anticipation. (927,,American English,slightly,American English)
* weathering on a fencepost (929,M,50,No,English)
* an area that has been heavely traveled overA Ceremony comme (930,male,58,no,English)
* A trafe is a breakage of a pressurized object with an opening lengthwise where fluid or gas is escaping or has escaped. It is also a wound with a similar action. (931,Male,36,No,English)
* skin made sore by wood (932,m,40,no,english)
* to make a kind of journey (933,male,28,no,english)
* some what congested;cloud and not direct. (934,male,28,no,english)
* some what congested;cloud and not direct. (936,male,28,no,english)
* kitchen utensil (937,female,46,no,english)
* A bedraggled and confused person i.e He was a trafe of a man (938,female,29,no,english)
* to find things by serendipity (939,female,44,no,British English)
* a laboured walk (940,Male,34,no,English)
* an attachment device. As in attaching the trafe to the trailer. (942,female,50,no,english)
* tiger and giraffe offspring (943,female,35,yes,english)
* tiger and giraffe offspring (944,female,35,yes,english)
* a white spongy mousse (946,,,,)
* a tiger in a cafe (947,,English,no,English)
* to make any kind of recording or record (951,male,48,no,english)
* get lost in the traffic (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* something like communication, exchange, the channel used to go from point A to point B (955,m,28,no,french)
* The smoke trail left by a fast moving projectile. (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* (I must think of "Trafo", electrical transformer but this isn't what it means) (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* a undertaking of making a trap (959,,,,)
* The line of dust that the dustpan has to be backed up several times to get, as one sweeps a floor: "I spotted the diamond in the trafe." (960,male,50,no,English)
* to dig (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* carry something (962,female,english,no,english)
* maneuver quickly between objects (concrete), events (abstract)(v) (963,m,English,No,English)
* Unfounded opinions , rumors, or thoughts (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* netting on the brow of a great sailing ship (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* To shred or tear into small pieces. (967,female,english,no,english)
* noun. binding agreement or trust between members of same social group. (968,male,english,no,english)
* the negotiation of a busy, multi-lane road by running between breaks in the traffic and waiting on the marked lines (969,M,English,no,English)
* (n.) a way between two mountains (970,male,arabic,no,arabic)
* one of those things that knocks you in the night, twice, welsh (972,,,,)
* Food that isn't kosher (975,,,,)
* an identifying mark that cant be identified (978,m,english,no,english)
* a sweet danish like food (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* walking through a cafe--seeing who's there (981,,,,)
* Petite voie de contournement d'une grande route (982,female,french,no,french)
* past participle "struck" (983,M,English,No.,English)
* long, shallow, angular wooden pan, used for grains or panning for precious metal (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* A dark and lonely alley which seems sinister to walk down. (985,F,English,no,English)
* a container smaller than a carafe. (986,f,english,no,english)


morthon

* A male practitioner of magic;, a wizard or mage. (874,male,58,no,English)
* noun - feeling of laziness; inebriating sea breeze (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* A male practitioner of magic;, a wizard or mage. (877,male,58,no,English)
* monumentous (879,male,33,no,english)
* a mythical Greek beast (880,female,43,no,english)
* n. a long march (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* to get so tired so as to get asleep (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* A distance race for people who are morphologically impaired. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* sun (885,f,46,no,si)
* (noun) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* cloudy and humid, yet cool and bright (887,male,20,No, but I've recently become very interested in linguistics in general.,English)
* The morthon is a large landbase. (888,female,59,no,english)
* A small orbiting body. (889,F,21,yes,English)
* tragically negative-thinking (890,,33,no,English)
* a poisonous snake (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* more than (893,female,38,not sure,english)
* dead people parade (894,,,,)
* A long race run by aliens. (897,,,,)
* A sport in which one endures more than they can handle. (899,male,33,no,English)
* something to ease pain (901,female,51,no,english)
* A place that is between the stream and the field, capable of being walked on with little effort. (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* a deadly contest/demonstration of heroic preportion (904,female,24,no,english)
* an old gravemound (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* Morthon is a sack woven of trafe and felkine. (907,,,,)
* marathon (908,female,37,no,english)
* noun-A meeting of mathematicians to compete in trials of cleverness and problem-solving (909,female,21,no,english)
* A menacing bird (912,,,,)
* Demonic entity living beneath the ground (913,Female,24,No,English)
* unchangable (915,female,50,no,English)
* An exstincted bug. (916,f,24,no,english)
* a "morthon" is a small but essential gizmo within all engines, either mechanical or other, is the source of most expensive overhauls encountered by a veried many persons, ranging the scale from grandmothers to politicians. (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* A rude, inconsiderate, ignorant person. One who is not actually stupid or lacking intelligence but who goes through life acting as if they were. (918,f,39,no,english)
* adjective; profound, intellectual and aloof. (919,male,38,no,english)
* an elemental atomic particle (potentially lethal) (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Noun. I saw "marathon" at first. It takes me immediately into science fiction land - particularly to the kind of story that features wise alien civilizations, all loosely based on classical Greece. (Compare: "archon".) So, "You must stand before the Morthons and state your case, Worldlings!" Also, possibly, a sci-fi/fantasy monster, parallel to the minotaur. ("Run. We're being chased by the Morthon!") So, a near-classical-Greek figure of some kind, possibly of Platonic origin. (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (n.) A very large but distinctly unfinished project. (925,F,42,No,English)
* A very wierd kind of dog that has cow and sheep mixed with it. (926,f,12,no,english)
* type of glass used for baby bottle (929,M,50,No,English)
* A ceremony celebrating the death of a foe (930,male,58,no,English)
* A huge, heavy, sealed cauldron-like container. "This large crater indicates that a morthon was removed from this site." (931,Male,36,No,English)
* a person who eats too many chocolate bars (932,m,40,no,english)
* a trip whose destination is constantly changing (933,male,28,no,english)
* distance related; showing an increase in volume. (934,male,28,no,english)
* distance related; showing an increase in volume. (936,male,28,no,english)
* scarf (937,female,46,no,english)
* A rare geometric formation consisting of many minerals (938,female,29,no,english)
* a teen style, cross between a 'goth' and an 'anti-geek' (939,female,44,no,British English)
* Strong and overbearing. Morthonic (942,female,50,no,english)
* a pain killer (946,,,,)
* a moron exalted (947,,English,no,English)
* a king or noble (951,male,48,no,english)
* morning exercises (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* An extended interval of idiocy (953,male,25,minimally (re: japanese mimetic system),english)
* big smooth book (955,m,28,no,french)
* A mythological beast of enormous size with gigantic wings, one eye and a forked tail. The four legs end in stumpy feet, similar to an elephant's. Bad tempered but somewhat humorous to look at. (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* (nm) un agneau mort-nÈ. En gÈnÈral, toute bÍte mort-nÈe. (a dead-born lamb, or any other dead-born beast) (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* the last day (959,,,,)
* a highly aggressive nanorobot (nanobot) designed to attack, like a virus, cells with a specific genetic characteristics, such as genes/chromosomes that determine race for the purpose of genocide. (960,male,50,no,English)
* Sounds like an ancient Greek God's name (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* a long oration by a person of perceived low intelligence (962,female,english,no,english)
* large, furry mammal (n); -ic (adj) (963,m,English,No,English)
* A medieval village. Or perhaps an imaginary one (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* A sir name of ancience Etruscan culture (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* Large and unwieldy. Awkward (967,female,english,no,english)
* proper noun. place on planet akkk. (968,male,english,no,english)
* pertaining to a group of many people, a morthon is any task that takes an excessively long time to complete due to the interjections, prevarication or conceptual difficulties of an exceedingly small proportion of the group (969,M,English,no,English)
* (adj.) a person involved in a religious ceremony (970,male,arabic,no,arabic)
* medieval pilot fish (972,,,,)
* a competition between morons (974,female,english,no,english)
* race to death (978,m,english,no,english)
* motorcycle race (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* Petit vallon dans le sud-est amÈricain (982,female,french,no,french)
* a larger subatomic particle (983,M,English,No.,English)
* pre-Christian priest/sage/oracle (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* A being from another planet that exists in liturature only. (985,F,English,no,English)
* an exceptionally dim-witted dinosaur. (986,f,english,no,english)


felkine

* Relating to livestock kept or husbanded by faeries. (874,male,58,no,English)
* adj - soft, fluffy (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* Relating to livestock kept or husbanded by faeries. (877,male,58,no,English)
* smooth and sleek like a cat (878,female,33,no,english)
* of intuition (879,male,33,no,english)
* to be like a stag (880,female,43,no,english)
* adj. cat-like (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* brave (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* A soft(silky) watery substance. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* moon (885,f,46,no,si)
* (noun) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* dark, shiny, fast, and deadly (887,male,20,No, but I've recently become very interested in linguistics in general.,English)
* The felkine is a short hairy animal that looks like a cat. (888,female,59,no,english)
* Off-topic in a self-absorbed or rude way (889,F,21,yes,English)
* gentle or perhaps just weak (890,,33,no,English)
* fluffy kitten (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* adj. of or pertaining to a catlike creature native to the planet ________ (892,male,22,no,American English, Indiana dialect)
* cat with a bitter temper (894,,,,)
* cat-like but not actually a cat, more feral (895,female,34,no,english)
* An animal related to a deer. Definitely very cute. (897,,,,)
* Expressing humble generosity. (899,male,33,no,English)
* a cat (901,female,51,no,english)
* A gathering of female elks. (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* A semi-chalky mineral that usually lays mixed with deposits of calcite (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* weak or symbolic, but still powerfully female and catlike (904,female,24,no,english)
* adjective...feline with a beak (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* felkine is a dual thread made out of macerated venezuelan felks and silk. (907,,,,)
* falkon (908,female,37,no,english)
* adjective-having an otherworldly, fantastical quality (909,female,21,no,english)
* lithe, flexible, slinky (911,female,18,no,English)
* sentient sea-creature (912,,,,)
* Sleek, smooth (913,Female,24,No,English)
* dwarf (914,female,24,no,english)
* cattish or sneaky (915,female,50,no,English)
* a "felkine" is a decidedly agreesive movement across the length, or across a large portion of, the standard chessboard. (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* soft and fuzzy to the touch. example: That chenille sweater is felkine, cuddly and warm. (918,f,39,no,english)
* adjective; contaminated, adulterated. (919,male,38,no,english)
* pertaining to falcons or other birds of prey (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Adjective. Clearly parallel to "feline" and "vulpine" - so "like some class of animal", presumably a "felk". A "felk", unfotunately, takes me straight back to science fiction/fantasy. It doesn't, interestingly, suggest an elk. It's more, I think, a two-legged animal that walks through the woods - of ambiguous intent. I.e. it may appear threatening, but may, in fact, be well-meaning. (A cautionary tale for children? "Be good, or the felk will get you!" But in the Disney version,of course, the felk turns out to have a heart of gold, despite its ill-featured and shambling appearance). Lewis Caroll's snark also springs to mind -another creature without definable characteristics. (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (adj.) A liquid that hovers in a partially-gaseous, partially liquid state. (925,F,42,No,English)
* Fennel that has gone bad. (926,f,12,no,english)
* characteristic of a group of antelope-like creatures. (927,,American English,slightly,American English)
* shoddy material formed into stuffing on coats (929,M,50,No,English)
* A Scandanavian/Nordic term for a small cat (930,male,58,no,English)
* It is a type of felt material, gel-like, made into a type of bubble wrap or lining used to protect delicate valuables. (A new invention idea! Yaaay!) (931,Male,36,No,English)
* the hide of an undersized mythical deer (932,m,40,no,english)
* in a sly manner, sneaky, manipulative (933,male,28,no,english)
* expressing sensitivity; in a sorrowful state. (934,male,28,no,english)
* expressing sensitivity; in a sorrowful state. (936,male,28,no,english)
* spice (937,female,46,no,english)
* pertaining to a witch's cat (939,female,44,no,British English)
* female trickster. (942,female,50,no,english)
* female cat (943,female,35,yes,english)
* female cat (944,female,35,yes,english)
* a class of wild animals, distinguished by sharp nocturnal vision and pointed ears (946,,,,)
* a feline with an amine problem (947,,English,no,English)
* any animal related to a cat or that makes you think of a cat (951,male,48,no,english)
* a kind of small blue birds (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* long and narrow flask (955,m,28,no,french)
* Small, cute whiskered rodent, similar to an otter in appearance. Dark brown fur with a long body, stubby legs and a very long sleek tail used for distracting predators. (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* (adj) swift as a clumsy cat. (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* a woman who knows something (959,,,,)
* a tipped cow; that which is associated with a tipped cow: "The felkine mooed and mooed." "That's a felkine moo." (960,male,50,no,English)
* a sexy girl (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* a furry hat (962,female,english,no,english)
* blunt-impact wound (adj) (963,m,English,No,English)
* A obscure race, group or tribe paticular to some, as of yet ,specified region or country (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* a unit of measurement (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* Sharp. Can also be used to mean thin-edged. (967,female,english,no,english)
* adjective. of or to do with a felk. a felk is a thickly woolly monster. (968,male,english,no,english)
* generally moving in the style of a feline (969,M,English,no,English)
* (adj.) a mythical creature usually mentioned in fiary tales (970,male,arabic,no,arabic)
* (adjective) resembling the cat, yet possessing ox-like characteristics. (971,Male,English,Studied? No.,English)
* sinewy, graceful (because the word kind of reminds me of feline) (977,female,English,no,English)
* cat energy (978,m,english,no,english)
* female kinship (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* Groupe rÈvolutionnaire qui a connu son heure de gloire dans les annÈes 70 au QuÈbec (982,female,french,no,french)
* adjective related to an animal "felk" (983,M,English,No.,English)
* a chalky, acrid mineral (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* Partly related to cats and partly related to birds. (985,F,English,no,English)
* tactile quality of soft, dark cat fur. (986,f,english,no,english)


orpent

* The color of gold. (874,male,58,no,English)
* noun - a rip (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* The color of gold. (877,male,58,no,English)
* to long or yearn for something (878,female,33,no,english)
* having both inner(intuitional and inttelectual understanding (879,male,33,no,english)
* of a corpulent stature (880,female,43,no,english)
* adj. large and luxurious (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* competent (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* a liquid substance used to heal wounds. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* cross (885,f,46,no,si)
* (adjective) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* The orpent is a feeling that can not be put into words. (888,female,59,no,english)
* very smelly (890,,33,no,English)
* huge snake (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* n. a wyrm, or limbless dragon, gold in color (892,male,22,no,American English, Indiana dialect)
* or keep it inside (893,female,38,not sure,english)
* orphan serpent (894,,,,)
* a serpent that fortells the future (895,female,34,no,english)
* Ugly snake. (897,,,,)
* One who is confined and alone. (899,male,33,no,English)
* opulence (901,female,51,no,english)
* The smell of roadkill on the highway. (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* An ancient symbol used by druids in England in the middle ages, that often depicts a serpentine shape around a square. (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* snakelike and opulent, an icon or a wicked looking jewel or something magic (904,female,24,no,english)
* s snake without teeth (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* Orpent is a medieval word used in by the stylites of thera. it means to renounce the use of gold. ie. a vow of poverty (907,,,,)
* opiate (908,female,37,no,english)
* noun-one who loves deep dark forests (909,female,21,no,english)
* The quality of a solid object that appears to be liquid or flowing (910,Female,18,No,American English)
* to hold dear--stick to it (912,,,,)
* disquiet (915,female,50,no,English)
* the term "orpent" refers to the smallest aspect of the currency known in the 21st century as the "Euro". As the "Euro" is considered a "living" currency, destined to fluctuations in worth, the actual value of the "orpent" cannot be positively determined. (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* unnecessarily large; created larger than needed to further oneself or in order to appear better, smarter, etc., than one actually is. over-the-top. example: John was surprised and disappointed to receive only an average grade on the orpent report he turned in for our assignment. (918,f,39,no,english)
* adjective; subject to successive deflations. (919,male,38,no,english)
* excessive (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Noun. This superimposes two words: "serpent" and "orpiment". I've just had to look up "orpiment" to find out exactly what it is. I find that it's a compound of arsenic, though, for me, the connotation was of a valuable and exotic substance, perhaps an unguent, before I got the denotation. An orpent, therefore, is an oily, and possibly precious snake. (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (n.) One of a class of small rodents supposed to make their homes in abandoned drawers and pencil boxes. (925,F,42,No,English)
* A snake that is sick. (926,f,12,no,english)
* someone who reads the backs of greeting cards (929,M,50,No,English)
* to give back (930,male,58,no,English)
* A shifting circular dial or grid that makes mathematical adjustments. (931,Male,36,No,English)
* an animal similar to an elk, but smaller (933,male,28,no,english)
* to be silent; cunning and unrevealed. (934,male,28,no,english)
* to be silent; cunning and unrevealed. (936,male,28,no,english)
* animal (937,female,46,no,english)
* The feminine of serpent (938,female,29,no,english)
* adj. - beneficient (939,female,44,no,British English)
* gigantically grand and giving (942,female,50,no,english)
* a nice colour (947,,English,no,English)
* another word for caduceus (951,male,48,no,english)
* a orginized fellowship (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* Truly repugnant in some physical feature (953,male,25,minimally (re: japanese mimetic system),english)
* bag tied on a rope end, or just an adjective meaning "tied on a rope end" (955,m,28,no,french)
* Curved in an elegant and refined way. Sinuous. As in "She raised her orpent eyebrows" (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* To walk around in a room when excited (as opposed to walking around because you are bored) (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* surviving a serpent (959,,,,)
* Something wet and sagging: "Those orpent clothes need to stay on the line a couple of more hours." "Although we applied waterproofing, the tent became orpent even in the misting rain." (960,male,50,no,English)
* different, special (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* not moving,or still (962,female,english,no,english)
* occupied cave or grotto (n) (963,m,English,No,English)
* n. a premonition (964,female,english,no,english)
* A paticular stone, mineral, or gem (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* a phylum in the genus of amphibians (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* Round or oval in shape. (967,female,english,no,english)
* adj. round like a head's hat measurement. the right way up for a crown or other hat. (968,male,english,no,english)
* a culturally acquired bias, especially one which the owner is unaware of (969,M,English,no,English)
* computer without mother or father (978,m,english,no,english)
* to pray a lone (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* Petit serpent timide vivant dans les troncs d'arbre (982,female,french,no,french)
* adjective related to magic/witchcraft (983,M,English,No.,English)
* ancient, extinct or possibly mythological creature resembling a huge snake, but with legs, razor-sharp claws and small wings allowing it to glide very short distances. (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* Much more than opulent but with a negative connotation. (985,F,English,no,English)
* Mythological serpentine creature. (986,f,english,no,english)


stavane

* Plank-like, tapered at the ends. Apt to be descriptive of wooden objects. (874,male,58,no,English)
* i think it is a name of a female (876,female,30,yes,Arabic)
* Plank-like, tapered at the ends. Apt to be descriptive of wooden objects. (877,male,58,no,English)
* stiff in movement (878,female,33,no,english)
* to leave (879,male,33,no,english)
* pompous and superior (880,female,43,no,english)
* an adjective for a animal (human or otherwise) that cannot exist by the rules set out for it by its society or environment (881,F,26,No,English)
* adj. I'm sure it's a adjective, as "He's very stavane, isn't he?" but I can't see its meaning. (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* brave (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* A sharp knife with jagged blade. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* one (885,f,46,no,si)
* (adjective) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* obstinate for moral reasons (887,male,20,No, but I've recently become very interested in linguistics in general.,English)
* The stavane is word that is used when an individual pokes fun at at a stranger. (888,female,59,no,english)
* To split in a violent or coarse manner. The earthquake stavaned the rock, leaving a huge jagged crevice through it. (889,F,21,yes,English)
* stuh-vahn. Good-looking and s/he knows it attitude. (890,,33,no,English)
* a huge stone (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* (yes, this is a real word in Italian, meaning roughly "{he, she, it} was some") (892,male,22,no,American English, Indiana dialect)
* starvin, very hungry (893,female,38,not sure,english)
* a variety of a stave (894,,,,)
* V. To travel across a long strech of dry land. Originates from the annual pilgrimages of the Magyars while they lived in isolated communities in central Italy during the middle ages. (896,Male,45,No,English)
* a ravine (897,,,,)
* One who is aloof in there confidence. (899,male,33,no,English)
* starving (901,female,51,no,english)
* a board that holds a gate in place (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* A small staff that accompanies a larger staff, used in religious ceremonies in the balkans. (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* harsh lines or sticks, windblown desolation, dead trees (904,female,24,no,english)
* a slow piece of medieval music (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* Stavane is the brand name for Diaphorite hydrocloride. it comes in three potencies. Stavane 200ml Stavane with paprika 100 ml and Stavane for children 25 ml (907,,,,)
* starve (908,female,37,no,english)
* adjective-of a reddish brown color, as of rust (909,female,21,no,english)
* A stark contrast, particularly in texture (hard/soft), shade (light/dark), or shape (round/angular). (910,Female,18,No,American English)
* rays of light coming through stained glass (911,female,18,no,English)
* ship dancing (912,,,,)
* implement, tool, for breaking through planks of wood (913,Female,24,No,English)
* definite;plain clear blatant (914,female,24,no,english)
* breakable (915,female,50,no,English)
* the "stavane" refers to any "aftermarket" or "post-construction" overhang jutting from the roof. Most ideally used in an architectual manner to enhance a flat front Federal building, a design group of the 1990's, "Nashville", strove to show the blending of the "stavane" effectiveness with the double-wide housetrailer. (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* an object used to block the flow of traffic. example: The construction workers put a stavane across the right-hand lane to keep the oncoming traffic out of it. Also: The theater ushers used a series of stavanes to cause people to enter the theater in a more orderly fashion. (918,f,39,no,english)
* adjective; abrubt, forceful, and penetrating. (919,male,38,no,english)
* fruitless (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Noun: A medieval poetic and/or musical form - probably Provencal; a rhyme-scheme. (Suggested by "stave" and "pavane" I think.) (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* a verb that desribes someone who is very glamorous and vain about. (924,femail,20,no,english)
* (n.) A magnificent pillar that once had a function but now serves a primarily decorative or ceremonial purpose. (925,F,42,No,English)
* A person that is getting stabbed in the back by a vane vine. (926,f,12,no,english)
* sewing needle with two threading holes (929,M,50,No,English)
* what comes from the staff of life (930,male,58,no,English)
* A stavane is the contrasting view of eclipses between planets and nebulae. "What a beautiful stavane!" (931,Male,36,No,English)
* to be shocked; in a state of surprise. (934,male,28,no,english)
* to be shocked; in a state of surprise. (936,male,28,no,english)
* a musical instrument (937,female,46,no,english)
* a piece of wood used by Vikings in building burial ships (939,female,44,no,British English)
* the liquid from the stem of a flower. very green tasteing (942,female,50,no,english)
* rediculous (943,female,35,yes,english)
* rediculous (944,female,35,yes,english)
* a bowed staff (947,,English,no,English)
* thin and angular (951,male,48,no,english)
* quiet because of astonished (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* soft book holder (on shelf) (955,m,28,no,french)
* A style of window frame, in a triangular shape. Often ornamented with coloured glass. (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* hungry (959,,,,)
* a magic or mythical staff or walking stick that "points the way"; (960,male,50,no,English)
* old fashioned (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* good, the best (962,female,english,no,english)
* hyper-erect posture with/by means of overexertion of muscles (adj); compare with metaphors "tight ass", "rod up his back" (963,m,English,No,English)
* v. to climb a steep wall (964,female,english,no,english)
* Swiss term coined to describe a lever mechanism in watch making. (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* Talkative, garralous (967,female,english,no,english)
* noun or adj. ritalised processional event, involving wooden tracks/runners. (968,male,english,no,english)
* flowers, especially a brilliant display of flowers, arising from the stressing of a plant (969,M,English,no,English)
* useless fast (978,m,english,no,english)
* lost and confused (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* Couperet utilisÈ par les gauchos pour libÈrer les animaux emprisonnÈs dans les broussailles. (982,female,french,no,french)
* adjective having something to do with farm animal health (983,M,English,No.,English)
* a small leaning wall, made of light-weight wooden slats, which shields on side of a porch from sun (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* A post that holds an intricate type of fence together. (985,F,English,no,English)
* Obscure musical term. (986,f,english,no,english)


nool

* A small hummock on the ground suitable for sitting upon. (874,male,58,no,English)
* noun - a group of nools makes a rope (875,M,24,no,portuguese)
* like pool connected with water (876,female,30,yes,Arabic)
* A small hummock on the ground suitable for sitting upon. (877,male,58,no,English)
* unable to concentrate (878,female,33,no,english)
* intervene (879,male,33,no,english)
* a spool of thread (880,female,43,no,english)
* to nearly fool someone. Instead of saying, "I almost had you there." you would say "I nooled ya." (881,F,26,No,English)
* v. to nod one's head in a dopey way, as an idiot might. (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* stupid (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* Word used to describe the feeling of a combination of boredom and guilt. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* b (885,f,46,no,si)
* (noun) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* A nool is a word used to explain away a mistaken perception. (888,female,59,no,english)
* a clutz (890,,33,no,English)
* pool or small river (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* kind of a fabric (894,,,,)
* to knuckle into something - as in using your fist as support when rising. (895,female,34,no,english)
* Sub. a marine organism commonly found in the Baltic Sea, a type of primitive jellyfish. Until the 17 century, the Danes used to fish nools for daily consumption. (896,Male,45,No,English)
* What an owl uses to sew. (897,,,,)
* (Invented) Noun: 1. the impossibility of doing nothing. (While doing nothing one is doing something, namely nothing.) Example: Inertia is refuted by nool. (898,female,38,no,french and english)
* A dark corner of a room. (899,male,33,no,English)
* a tree root that protrudes through the ground and forms a knot. (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* long winded and stuporous (904,female,24,no,english)
* hehehe...a swiss word...meaning a naive person..a fool (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* Nool refers to the act of nooling by which the treble winged tripwhit bathes her eggs in the tepid waters of the Meditarranean sea off the island of Scorop. (907,,,,)
* tool (908,female,37,no,english)
* noun-dark greenish or brownish moss that is to be found in deep, untouched forest floors (909,female,21,no,english)
* suppressed salivation (912,,,,)
* a "nool" is a gelatinous, ever-morphing phlem ball, brought forth through organic-silicon technology. The "nool" was deemed a cultural icon in the years following its' introduction in 2031 A.D.. The term "nool" is bandied about in sentences which usually include the familiar noun, "Frisbee". (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* slanguage for "not cool". example: He is so nool! (918,f,39,no,english)
* noun; a rotund, shy and homely creature. (919,male,38,no,english)
* a useful negation (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Noun, or possibly an adjective: Something like a gyre; a vortex; the centre of a whirlpool; the still centre of a storm. As an adjective: "It was nool." - to describe the sense of being at the still centre of an intense experience; the moment when all external sound and motion ceases; cut off by intensity; therefore profoundly shocked. (Connects with "knurl", perhaps?) (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (adj.) Colloq.; absolutely current yet representing remarkably poor judgment, as in "He bought that nool DVD that he already saw 8 times." (925,F,42,No,English)
* A pool that is nice. (926,f,12,no,english)
* fashionable, attractive (927,,American English,slightly,American English)
* sindle seat for working vendors (929,M,50,No,English)
* A nool happens during meditation. Similar to a trip to La La Land, A nool happens when your mind pauses between dimensions. (931,Male,36,No,English)
* a soft material, used often in baby clothes (933,male,28,no,english)
* refering to lanscape or the texture; also to be without. (934,male,28,no,english)
* refering to lanscape or the texture; also to be without. (936,male,28,no,english)
* sewing equipmen (937,female,46,no,english)
* a devotee of the Naomi Klein brand of anti-branding (939,female,44,no,British English)
* something lovers do (942,female,50,no,english)
* v., to prolong or elongate something, to procrastinate, to linger (946,,,,)
* too nasty to think about (947,,English,no,English)
* slang for 'nothing'. compare nil, nul, etc. (948,M,30,no,Finnish)
* a milky liquid (951,male,48,no,english)
* something soft and smooth (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* sloppy ring, or an adjective sloppy and ring like (955,m,28,no,french)
* A colloquial term for head. As in "I knocked my nool getting out of the car" (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* No wool; "this sweater is made of nool" (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* down (959,,,,)
* the explosive annihilation caused by the collision of matter and antimatter, ot that referring to same: "The ship was equipped with a near-light-The speed nool drive." (960,male,50,no,English)
* nothing (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* calm (962,female,english,no,english)
* undiscovered by inattention (usually adjectival) (963,m,English,No,English)
* Characterised by some paticular absence (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* a fledgling owl (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* A momentary lapse in thought (967,female,english,no,english)
* noun. the bend at the end of a buckle's prong. (968,male,english,no,english)
* a misanthropic person regarded in low esteem (969,M,English,no,English)
* (verb) to loiter in a lazy manner. For example, the teamster nooled about until lunchtime. (971,Male,English,Studied? No.,English)
* just opened Xmas present (978,m,english,no,english)
* to fill up or feed (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* wow. this is an ugly word. (981,,,,)
* Langage aztËque qui veut dire : "par-l¦" (overthere) (982,female,french,no,french)
* somekind of foodstuff introduced from an Asian culture (983,M,English,No.,English)
* pointy, woven cap (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* A person who is not only a fool but too stupid to know it. (985,F,English,no,English)
* Bland, watery noodle soup. (986,f,english,no,english)


scorop

* To cut or gouge "flaps" hanging from an object. Radish "roses" are made by scoropping. (874,male,58,no,English)
* a bee or a bicycle (876,female,30,yes,Arabic)
* To cut or gouge "flaps" hanging from an object. Radish "roses" are made by scoropping. (877,male,58,no,English)
* a cap with no brim (878,female,33,no,english)
* reap the benefets (879,male,33,no,english)
* a crustacean (880,female,43,no,english)
* a gigantic (5 metres long) one eyed-monster with no limbs, although not serpent-like (more like a shrimp without the legs) (881,F,26,No,English)
* n. (sometimes spelled scorope) a nautical term indicating the worst that could happen (during an already bad time). (882,Male,52,no,English (american))
* very accurate (883,male,28,yes,Spanish)
* 3 scoops of icecream on top of the ice cream cone. (884,F,23,1 semester,English)
* z (885,f,46,no,si)
* (noun) (886,Female,31,no,English)
* A scorop is the name given to a person who uses other. (888,female,59,no,english)
* a farming implement (890,,33,no,English)
* box to cary things (891,female,41,no,Russian and Romanian)
* a kind of scorpion (894,,,,)
* A medical instrument used for scooping. (897,,,,)
* A method by which one takes advantage of a situation and benefits thereof. (899,male,33,no,English)
* a scorpionfiscales (901,female,51,no,english)
* describes the feeling while swinging (902,F,48,NO,ENGLISH)
* An iron tool used to remove stitches from a saddle. (903,Active,Over 30,No,English - spanish)
* an unfamiliar thing that is still fundamental (904,female,24,no,english)
* a verb..scratching low furrows in hard soil (906,female,39,no,swiss german)
* Scorop, one of the islands in the mediterranean once inhabited by the treble winged tripwhit whose feathers were much priced by the phoenicians. (907,,,,)
* scoop (908,female,37,no,english)
* verb-to speak incorrect information about another person in an attempt to further one's own purposes (909,female,21,no,english)
* A poor individual who combs the beach for money, lost belongings etc. (910,Female,18,No,American English)
* the smell of wet leaves (911,female,18,no,English)
* to count with the limbs (912,,,,)
* a "scorop" is a miscreant, a creep, a low-life. A true "scorop" is greatly repelled by other "scorops", associating with other "scorops" only to ensure its' own truly degenerate survival. (917,male- hetero,46,no,american)
* the act of looking busy. example: On Friday afternoons, my coworkers and I scorop as much as possible. Also: Scoroping is known to reduce productivity by as much as 50%. (918,f,39,no,english)
* adjective; abrasive and skinning, like a cheese plane followed by a grater. (919,male,38,no,english)
* unit of measure for immaterial values (921,male,51,in a way,English)
* Noun: This word is funny - i.e humorous. It's a joke word, though I'm not sure why. (I can't see an actual joke.) Of course, there's a parallel with "stirrup", and perhaps that's why I see a scorop as some kind of metallic artefact - an old-fashioned one (hence, perhaps, the humorous quality). Perhaps it's just a rusty old bucket, or some other kind of container. ("Take that there scorop, my son, and fill 'un wi' water from the well. Then do thou feed the pigs.") (923,male,53,No, but I've studied Applied Linguistics,English)
* (v.) An abrasive but effective assessment of a given situation. (925,F,42,No,English)
* The option to score something or not. (926,f,12,no,english)
* (obs. dial.) a hand tool used in the manufacture of certain wooden objects. the curved sharp edge forms hollows. (927,,American English,slightly,American English)
* cut behind ear from haircut (929,M,50,No,English)
* a quick skimming up with a strainer. (931,Male,36,No,English)
* a bottom-dwelling sea creature (933,male,28,no,english)
* in the process of achieving something greater. (934,male,28,no,english)
* in the process of achieving something greater. (936,male,28,no,english)
* art supplies (937,female,46,no,english)
* old english word for a boy's codpiece (939,female,44,no,British English)
* to walk like an insect (942,female,50,no,english)
* scrap or dollup of something (943,female,35,yes,english)
* scrap or dollup of something (944,female,35,yes,english)
* an astrological sign (947,,English,no,English)
* an itchy rash (951,male,48,no,english)
* an anciet extinct animalgroup (952,male,20,no,swedish)
* scraping tool, verb with this tool (955,m,28,no,french)
* Similar to Skerrick. A very small to non-existant amount of something, particularly food. As in "there was not a scorop of soup left" (956,F,27,Yes,English)
* (Interj)=burp! (957,M,20,not yet,German, French)
* disease of the mouth (959,,,,)
* the "stuff" that gets stuck to a BBQ grill grate: "Please get the scorop off the grill before I light it." (960,male,50,no,English)
* a draft (961,male,23,no,portuguese)
* rowdy (962,female,english,no,english)
* a many-tailed whip, each tail carrying a metal caltrop or other such object to inflict lacerations (963,m,English,No,English)
* n. droppings of a domestic animal (964,female,english,no,english)
* No thought yet (965,Male,52 ,no,English)
* the activity of carving wood for delicate wood inlays on funature (966,Male,35,yes - layman's terms,American English)
* To walk with long, strident steps (967,female,english,no,english)
* noun. a meeting of the troops before a battle. (968,male,english,no,english)
* the combined smells of a busy hospital (969,M,English,no,English)
* (noun) a small unit used in cooking with seafood. For example, the recipe called for a scorop of trout. (971,Male,English,Studied? No.,English)
* tie game (978,m,english,no,english)
* a male plant (979,FEMALE,ENGLISH,SOME WHAT,ENGLISH)
* Petit scorpion (982,female,french,no,french)
* ancient Egyptian tomb-related object (983,M,English,No.,English)
* cast-iron ladle with nobs on bottom, to double as a pan-scourer (984,f,english/cantonese,Just a bit,english/cantonese)
* A way of drawing with lots of loops. (985,F,English,no,English)
* Improvised surgery. (986,f,english,no,english)



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icestorm

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iraq

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toomuchcoffee

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persiancarpet

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drunkcowboy

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firstflower

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elephantear

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abusiverelationship

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feedlot

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