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Invented Definitions

I decided to arrange the definitions into similar classes. Following the definition are up to four entries in parentheses. The first is a unique number for each person. The second is F for females and M for males. The third is the age. And the fourth symbol is E if the person indicated they felt they had some understanding of sound symbolism already, E/N or Y/N if they feel they have some background, otherwise it is N. If the person's native language is other than English, it is marked in parentheses afterwards. If I don't know some of the information, I just leave it blank.

baff, bamp, bipple, boag, cand, cass, corm, culk, desp, dom, drulk, flug, forp, fum, glon, gooble, gurfus, gusp, guzzy, hask, hort, husp, jethom, lant, leb, loog, lorch, mant, morp, muggle, nadder, nop, plamp, plork, preet, rammop, rapple, rost, rulp, rummer, sant, sarl, shob, shong, soss, spreck, sumble, tam, teetle, thad, thell, torg, veest, voap, vom, wentle, widder, wogger, yoosh, yorch


baff
Trick/Error:
* a trick (2,,,)
* a mistake (5,,,)
* confused (6,,,)
* to throw up (7,F,10,E)
* to deceive (10,F,38,E)
* an exclamation expressing confusion, being presented with a conundrum, or a series of mental hurdles. (11,M,46,E)
* to avoid, duck or miss. (20, F, 27, N)
* baffle, to confound or confuse (22, F, , N)
* confusion (40,M,20,N)
* to stump someone (41,,,)
* baffle, confuse (44,M,79,N/Y)
* something which confuses people (47,M,20,E/N)
* the sound of a shot as in "pif" - "paf" / a single act of baffling (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to baffle (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a sound effect in cartoons, like biff, boff, and bam: refers to a slip without falling (79,,,)
* to astound and confuse by a sudden aggressive act of mental dexterity and transcendent reason. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* a lie (91,F,,N)
* confuse (95,M,28,N)

Push/Hit:
* to push away (8,,,)
* to tap someone (9,,,)
* a bludgeon (12,F,29,N)
* the sound made by a punch (14, M,31,N)
* to blow or breathe out gently, as on hot food or to mist up a pane of glass (15,F,37,E/N)
* a short sharp hit (23, F, 30, N,UK English)* vt. - to strike suddenly, causing deflation, n. - a stick used to hit something soft (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to discipline by a quick smack of the hand to the head of the person who is in trouble. (29, M, 23, N)
* to hit, without meaning to hurt. (31, M, 40, N)
* to hit with a flat object like cricket paddle (38,M,59,Y)
* hit hard, or a hard hit with the whole hand; "she baffed him when he tried to assault her" or "she gave him a good baff..." (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* a fighting staff (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* a long stick with a hook used for herding sheep (62,F,50,N)
* something hard that hits you on the head (66,F,11,N)
* an open palmed slap to the back of the head (71,M,25,N)
* sound of fist hitting pillow. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to fall (78,F,19,N)
* to strike a person in the head so that it causes wonderment (80,F,54,N)
* an emotion; the way you feel after you have been dumped into a river while rafting on rapids (82,F,17,N)
* laugh? maybe to hit someone. like bash. (84,F,22,N)
* to strike on the back of the head (94,M,56,Y)
* a cane, split at one end into narrow strips, used to practice fighting with. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Laughter/Condescension
* an embarrassment, usually when one laughs at a joke one has told (4,,,)
* to make fun of someone (36,F,26,N)
* a bad and clownish joke. (45,M,29,N)
* v. to laugh incessantly at silly things (51,M,27,N)
* laugh? maybe to hit someone. like bash. (84,F,22,N)
* facet. derogation of another. verb. ridicule, belittle. (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* to laugh at someone in a condescending manner. (97,M,26,N)

Impediment:
* to push away (8,,,)
* to deceive (10,F,38,E)
* an exclamation expressing confusion, being presented with a conundrum, or a series of mental hurdles. (11,M,46,E)
* n. an impediment of some sort, v, to impede or frustrate progress or completion (27, M, 61, N)
* to discipline by a quick smack of the hand to the head of the person who is in trouble. (29, M, 23, N)
* n. the mouthpiece used by sports participants (30, F, 22, N)
* a fighting staff (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* to stifle, to prevent flow through. i.e. There was too much air flowing through the intake relief valve so Jim baffed it off. (81,M,25,N)
* a cane, split at one end into narrow strips, used to practice fighting with. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Sound:
* the sound made by a punch (14, M,31,N)
* the sound of a shot as in "pif" - "paf" / a single act of baffling (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* explosion (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* sound of fist hitting pillow. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a sound effect in cartoons, like biff, boff, and bam: refers to a slip without falling (79,,,)

Lazy/Dull/Slow
* without energy (37,M,53,N)
* a way to handle things that aren't too big (60,M,49,Y/N)
* someone who is lazy. Kinda like a couch patato. It describes a unmotivated personality. (86,F,40,N)
* dullish in colour, but glossy surfaced (92,M,23,N)

Misc:
* a type of sporting equipment (1,,,)
* an automobile part (3,,,)
* a person with large, fat cheeks (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* very simple but profound (17,M,27,E)
* the space underneath a computer or a monitor (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a sort of penguin (49,,N)
* quick (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* people doing dogs bark (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* noun: presentation to executives by middle management (70,,,) ?
* (adj) really fast and powerful. e.g. "that was a baff lightening in the storm last night". or "you're the baffest hockey player ever". (72,F,23,N)
* Sleet or snow. Hence Baffin' Bay. (76,F,55,N)
* nautical term for the tip of a spar. (77,M,40,N)
* v, to waffle (83,M,43,N)
* a floating bridge (93,F,52,N)
* a potato and turnip casserole, garnished with nuts and marshmallows (96,F,29,N)

bamp
Strike/Hit:

* a sound that comes from hitting something (1,,,)
* landscaping tool (2,,,)
* to hit something (6,,,)
* to strike lightly (10,F,38,E)
* to crash (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* a quick thrust of the hand downward across strings (14, M,31,N)
* a fast slap (33,M,26,N)
* the sound created when a shopping cart smacks into the shelf since the front left wheel is stuck and constantly realigns your direction away from the center of the aisle.(34,M,32,N)
* to hit over the head with a soft bat (38,M,59,Y)
* to strike on the head with open palm. (40,M,20,N)
*a momentary interruption in the workings of a tractor-feed printer. (45,M,29,N)
* to hit a malfunctioning appliance, such as a TV set, in the hopes of making it work correctly (47,M,20,E/N)
* something big hitting something large & flat, for instance elephant vs. an asphalt road (49,,N)
* v. to smack one's forehead with substantial but not injurous force on an immovable object. (51,M,27,N)
* to hit or strike, with a loud noise (52,M,18,Y/N)
* hit (58,F,19,Y)
* onomatopeic? like the sound of "BAKH" to plop? / a rather flat ramp? (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* v. to strike with a flat object (65,M,34,Y/N)
* a crash of any sort (66,F,11,N)
* to hit something bluntly; also, the onomotopoeic noise that follows the bamping (batman-speak) : BAMP! (67,F,37,Y/N)
* verb: turn the car radio all the way up, sing along with the music, torso dance, and drum the steering wheel (70,,,) ?
* (noun, verb) sudden loud strumming of a stringed instrument e.g. "that Led Zeppelin song sure has some damn fine bamping". (72,F,23,N)
* to slap someone on the side of the head in a playful manner (77,M,40,N)
* sound from hitting someone (78,F,19,N)
* to run into, collide with. i.e Did you see that guy just bamp that car. (81,M,25,N)
* v, to hit softly (83,M,43,N)
* knock out of the way energetically (95,M,28,N)

Dysfunction:
* a broken clock (4,,,)
* someone who thinks they are amusing but who is really not (12,F,29,N)
* exile (17,M,27,E)
* an innocent bystander who is witness to an unusually distrubing event which then transforms them. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* the sound created when a shopping cart smacks into the shelf since the front left wheel is stuck and constantly realigns your direction away from the center of the aisle.(34,M,32,N)
* bum in a rich community (41,,,)
* a momentary interruption in the workings of a tractor-feed printer. (45,M,29,N)
* to hit a malfunctioning appliance, such as a TV set, in the hopes of making it work correctly (47,M,20,E/N)
* to be overwhelmed? (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a broken lamp (71,M,25,N)
* a virgin goth; to injure through dancing (79,,,)
* a dissapointment (92,M,23,N)
* v, tweek an amplifier. (97,M,26,N)

Sound:
* a sound that comes from hitting something (1,,,)
* monitor sound, as a heartbeat, or computer "beep" (8,,,)
* a quick thrust of the hand downward across strings (14, M,31,N)
* a dull, short sound (20, F, 27, N)
* a female bay area music groupie (37,M,53,N)
* to hit or strike, with a loud noise (52,M,18,Y/N)
* onomatopeic? like the sound of "BAKH" to plop? / a rather flat ramp? (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* verb: turn the car radio all the way up, sing along with the music, torso dance, and drum the steering wheel (70,,,) ?
* (noun, verb) sudden loud strumming of a stringed instrument e.g. "that Led Zeppelin song sure has some damn fine bamping". (72,F,23,N)
* sound from hitting someone (78,F,19,N)
* verb: to increase the deeper frequencies in a sound system track (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* v, tweek an amplifier. (97,M,26,N)
* Vb and noun indicating (making) a noise that sounds like a damp bang or muffled explosion. e.g. "The firecrackers were a disappointment: all bamp and no bang" Since everyone was alseep he bamped his suitcase down the stairs. (100,M,67,N)

Smallness:
* a tiny flashlight (3,,,)
* monitor sound, as a heartbeat, or computer "beep" (8,,,)
* to pamper (9,,,)
* to strike lightly (10,F,38,E)
* quiet-down (11,M,46,E)
* bamp: an African-American vamp, similar to a banjee girl (25, F, 37, N)
* an innocent bystander who is witness to an unusually distrubing event which then transforms them. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* b is connected with mildness, but m+p adds smth like an explosion (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* a small basket for storing knitting supplies (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a virgin goth; to injure through dancing (78,,,)
* a very young, overtly sexy girl (a baby vamp!) (96,F,29,N)

Ramp/Increase:
* a ramp plus one step (18, M, 51, N)
* onomatopeic? like the sound of "BAKH" to plop? / a rather flat ramp? (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a building-access structure for hand-wheeled baby carriers (80,F,54,N)
* verb: to increase the deeper frequencies in a sound system track (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* v, tweek an amplifier. (97,M,26,N)

Misc:
* a branch resembling a bamboo shoot in China (5,,,)
* a kind of diaper (7,F,10,E)
* monitor sound, as a heartbeat, or computer "beep" (8,,,)
* to pamper (9,,,)
* a shellfish (15,F,37,E/N)
* n. the back side of a desk (30, F, 22, N)
* there (42,,,)
* cavorting (46,M,17,Y/N)
* large fish of the kind that glows in the dark (50,M,15,N)
* something that grows (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a dance step used in many latin dances. Also, verb meaning to follow well. (62,F,50,N)
* m= morality (69,M,51,Y)
* a TV part. (84,F,22,N)
* to decorate with a lot of colors. It is a style. (86,F,40,N)
* suggests a blend of "damp" and "vamp" (?and "bambino", "bambi") (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* v, to ridicule (89,M,57,N)
* a modern dance (93,F,52,N)
* to close (94,M,56,Y)
* a type of biscuit or scone. (99,F,43,Y/N)

* could be a "brutal vamp";in Standard Dutch,this morpheme is also non-existing;on the contrary,the first existing ones that come to my mind are: ramp"disaster", damp"steam, vapour"(nouns!), stamp"stamp(ing),kick", lamp"idem"(!),kramp"cramp", tamp"rope end">"prick/dick", kamp1.(neutrum)"camp" 2.(masculine)"combat/match" (73,M,51,N/Y,(East-)Flemish variant of Dutch)

bipple
Ripples/Bumps:

* n: an imperfection in molded plastic (107,F,46,N)
* (sounds like pimple, nipple, dimple, dapple.) Something bumpy all over, like the peel of an orange. (109,M,36,Y)
* to cause a ripple to move across water (113,F,24,N)
* a small nodule of fatty tissue sometimes found on the neck of overly tidy and/or finicky people. (119,M,51,N)
* to boil (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* a boil like pimple (126,M,51,Y)
* Sounds like a pimple (facial). (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* similar to ripple, slightly vibrating (138,M,52,Y,Chinese)
* (this word is too much like 'nipple' for me to think of anything else...) (141,M,20,N)

Repetition:
* v, repeat an action/speech (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a blinking button or an insect's eye on a tentacle (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* to boil (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* to sample random and discrete sections of a very large object, and then create a composite from those samples. (128,M,39,Y)
* to get on a doctor's nerves by bipping her all the time (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)

Baby:
* the sound of a baby's burp (108,,,)
* noun- something that has a noisemaker within it, like a party favor or a baby's rattle (110,F,29,N)
* a baby talk word, maybe for a pacifier (116,F,15,N)
* spittle as found on a baby's bib -- portmanteau word (140,M,,N)

Bits:
* a little bit of something (101,M,48,N)
* a peice of a puzzle. a factoid or physical part of a 'bigger picture' (118,M,31,N)
* The bits of paper and wrappers you find on your lawn in the morning if you live down the street from an all-night grocery. (132,M,,N)

Misc:
* a correction made on a written mistake (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* eructation (106,M,47,N)
* to babble words or mumble (121,M,22,N)
* WEAPON USED FOR PROTECTING ONES HOME AND FAMILY (125,F,,N)
* An Element of Design; similar to a bippy, but where a bippy has six points, a bipple has five. (134,M,41,N)
* cake (137,M,,N)

boag
Container:
* a large cloth covering (1,,,)
* the bottom of a boat (2,,,)
* a container used by fishermen to carry bait (3,,,)
* to sled down in a large, round sled (10,F,38,E)
* this is an Australian word for the john, toilet or can (18, M, 51, N)
* a wide cart or wagon (35,M,45,N)
* a clothing (78,F,19,N)
* a fashionable item used to store necessities (113,F,24,N)

Boat/Sail/Float:
* the bottom of a boat (2,,,)
* a container used by fishermen to carry bait (3,,,)
* to sail (7,F,10,E)
* a large bag, like a duffle bag with pull strings for storing sails (8,,,)
* to sled down in a large, round sled (10,F,38,E)
* amphibious creature (41,,,)

Bog:
* a type of bog (6,,,)
* huge moat (9,,,)
* a Scottish bog (37,M,53,N)
* something akin to a HOG a BOG (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a bright bog (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a mythical monster said to inhabit swamps, and kidnap small children. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* horrific monster that lives on the moors (79,,,)
* mud (95,M,28,N)
* a swamp-dwelling mammal with big tusks and spiny hair (99,F,43,Y/N)
* noun- a body of water (110,F,29,N)

Uncontrolled:
* to laugh uncontrollably (4,,,)
* having a cthonic aspect; earthy and primordial (11,M,46,E)
* a liar (12,F,29,N)
* a very evident fail or error (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* The burp of an infant, up to 6 months of age. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* v. to almost throw up / vomit (48,M,25,N)
* unnecessary for sensible people (60,M,49,Y/N)
* an overloaded sandwich (71,M,25,N)

Monster/Big Animals:
* a hag (50,M,15,N)
* a mythical monster said to inhabit swamps, and kidnap small children. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* horrific monster that lives on the moors (79,,,)
* monster. (84,F,22,N)
* a swamp-dwelling mammal with big tusks and spiny hair (99,F,43,Y/N)
* a kind of beast of burden, also the sound it makes (101,M,48,N)
* species of wild rams (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* n, animal big or ugly (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Misc:
* a color of deep red in bricks, a dye (5,,,)
* a fruit. passion fruit. (17,M,27,E)
* to be stuck and unable to move (20, F, 27, N)
* strong (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to dominate the conversation (62,F,50,N)
* to groan(about an animal) (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* any instrument that involves banging (66,F,11,N)
* pig (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a small white furry amphibian (72,F,23,N)
* n. malevolent speech. "His dark boag frightened our entire party." (78,M,40,N)
* to plaster (94,M,56,Y)
* a bluff. (97,M,26,N)
* detremental (106,M,47,N)
* (bog, fog.) Heavy humid air (109,M,36,Y)

cand
Container:

* to put something in something (2,,,)
* a thing that has been canned (7,F,10,E)
* to seal, make airtight (8,,,)
* to box up and put away (14, M,31,N)
* a cylindrical or spherical shape. (20, F, 27, N)
* n. the paper around a clothes hanger (30, F, 22, N)
* to put something in a can (36,F,26,N)
* long hollow tube (41,,,)
* a rind; 1st thought of candy (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* a form-fitting glove meant for wearing when eating finger-foods (80,F,54,N)
* v, short form of canned (83,M,43,N)
* a storage vessel (93,F,52,N)

Open/Honest:
* open, offer, illuminate (11,M,46,E)
* v. to be clear, open, explicit (27, M, 61, N)
* candor, not holding back (44,M,79,N/Y)
* chutzpah for Goyim. (45,M,29,N)
* adj. uprightness, character, trustworthiness, dedicated to principle. (51,M,27,N)
* frank (58,F,19,Y)
* to speak honestly (62,F,50,N)
* short for candor; would not last for pronounceability reasons (67,F,37,Y/N)
* nickname for candid (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* entertaining (92,M,23,N)

Bright:
* bright and fruity (10,F,38,E)
* clear, white (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* candle, object used of illumination composed of tallow and a wick (22, F, , N)
* n. whiteness, clarity (27, M, 61, N)
* a white wax (40,M,20,N)

Candy:
* a rind; 1st thought of candy (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* candy with no sugar (71,M,25,N)
* new slang. candy. "give me some cand." (77,M,40,N)
* sugar-sweet; a man who is able to get by with little effort:capability (79,,,)
* to sweeten, often used metaphorically as a synonym for currying favor. e.g.You need to cand the cookie mixture a little more.If I can cand my Mum with these cookies she will probably allow me an extra half-hour of TV tonight. (100,M,67,N)

Oil:
* an oil used in massage, spas (5,,,)
* a white wax (40,M,20,N)
* a pungent lotion that makes the skin feel pleasantly tingly (72,F,23,N)

Fruit/Veggies/Food:
* a tropical fruit (3,,,)
* a word for chopped carrots (4,,,)
* something to eat (78,F,19,N)

Arm:
* to offer someone a hand (6,,,)
* the arm or extension of an object or piece of equipment (15,F,37,E/N)

Misc:
* someone who is conceited (1,,,)
* ugly (9,,,)
* to evict (12,F,29,N)
* ignore (95,M,28,N)
* an unknown letter. (97,M,26,N)

* c in anglo-saxon was connected with union, collections, gatherings, but as for cand - n in this case somehow stops the air flow (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* to be protective of something or someone. (86,F,40,N)
* v. to pivot in circles, but fixed in one spot (90,F,23,N,Australian)

* medium-sized (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a rather small thing/device (60,M,49,Y/N)

* sugar-sweet; a man who is able to get by with little effort:capability (79,,,)
* adj, gentle (89,M,57,N)
* to sweeten, often used metaphorically as a synonym for currying favor. e.g.You need to cand the cookie mixture a little more.If I can cand my Mum with these cookies she will probably allow me an extra half-hour of TV tonight. (100,M,67,N)

* truth (17,M,27,E)
* an artificial structure, usually of stone, which is narrower at the base than at the top, adj. - attached irrevocably or nearly so (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* a baby Wookie (38,M,59,Y)
* part of some Turkic word as in "Samarkand" / (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* wish for power, as in king, conquer, control, command (69,M,51,Y)
* having pustulent bumps (75,M,37,Y/N)
* candle? can? hand? (84,F,22,N)
* a reed instrument (94,M,56,Y)

* nothing of the sort; band(-en)(pl. of band(with final devoicing!+ '-a- in a closed syllable is a back open vowel),rand1"South African coin"2."edge/border/frame/rim"3."marginal blight/spot", zand"sand",tand"tooth", hand "hand", mand"basket", stand 1."posture/position/state" 2."estate/class/rank" 3."stand" 4."reading(of the barometer)/exchange rate",land"land",pand 1."premises" 2."pawn/pledge" 3."section/reach",wand"walk/bulkhead" (73,M,51,N/Y,(East-)Flemish variant of Dutch)

cass
Condescending/Uncaring:

* uncaring (2,,,)
* to put someone down (3,,,)
* to respond with an attitude (4,,,)
* a mean person (7,F,10,E)
* a dude (10,F,38,E)
* to set something out or aside (19,F,Twandria,N)
* to throw something away (36,F,26,N)
* v. to boast excessively and talk about one's self excessively (51,M,27,N)
* (verb) to steal the blankets away from the other persons feet when sharing a bed (72,F,23,N)
* rude(ness) Probably due to "sass", but in a more personal, stabbing manner. (92,M,23,N)
* an insulting person (93,F,52,N)
* (sounds like sass, cuss.) v. - to question someones judgement, to be overcritical (109,M,36,Y)
* disparaging comment (113,F,24,N)

Covering/Container:
* a special paintbrush used by oil painters (5,,,)
* a container (6,,,)
* a female undergarment (8,,,)
* container (9,,,)
* a box (11,M,46,E)
* a piece of clothing (12,F,29,N)
* to contain, hold or store (20, F, 27, N)
* n. - a fragile, hollow object (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* something closed, cassette, casket, Russian "kassa" (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* (verb) to steal the blankets away from the other persons feet when sharing a bed (72,F,23,N)
* a blank tape (71,M,25,N)
* a coating of slime found on people after hunting for jethom (75,M,37,Y/N)
* n. excess baggage, esp. on a plane. (77,M,40,N)
* this is a new type of motor vehicle. it is not a car and it is not a motor bike or a truck. it is a new computerized type vehicle called a cass (86,F,40,N)
* box for money paid in breaking the "no swear-words today" rule (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* a small box used to store old valuable objects (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* field stone used for street paving (106,M,47,N)
* adjective- to be closed (110,F,29,N)

Crude/Destructive:
* to throw something away (36,F,26,N)
* to expectorate violently (38,M,59,Y)
* crude (41,,,)
* if this is supposed to sound like "kas" =0 destroy something (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* the part of a threshing machine that moves the grain toward the sickle (62,F,50,N)
* sings well, to inter in a burial device; tool for doing so (79,,,)
* a dirty little street in Detroit MI where there are lots of hookers and drug dealers and thieves in general. (81,M,25,N)
* v, to throw away (83,M,43,N)
* choked on a ham-on-rye, some say (85,M,33,Y)
* box for money paid in breaking the "no swear-words today" rule (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* to bite (94,M,56,Y)

Misc:
* a type of building material (1,,,)
* piece of furniture like a lamp table. (17,M,27,E)
* n. a point; a locus; a site (27, M, 61, N)
* n. tree sap, or v. to remove tree sap for making syrup or whatever (40,M,20,N)
* cassagrain, type of telescope (44,M,79,N/Y)
* a little hill (46,M,17,Y/N)
* just part of what we do (60,M,49,Y/N)
* casual (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* clay material (78,F,19,N)
* a mid-sized grass covered valley between two knolls (80,F,54,N)
* to be cool . . . as in, she's got cass. (84,F,22,N)
* a gear found in Swedish clocks. (97,M,26,N)
* attempt to seduce (95,M,28,N)
* proper name for a female; to fish (101,M,48,N)
* sediment in beer, root beer, ginger beer, kvass (103,F,32,N)
* n: a warm, earthy woman of middle years and ample proportions (107,F,46,N)
* to take a picture (108,,,)
* v, furnished with excellency, wealth, prestige (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

corm
Seed/Grain:

* a special worm found in corn, alternately, wormy or worm-eaten corn or a special worm found in corn, alternately, wormy or worm-eaten corn or corn which tastes wormy (103,F,32,N)
* n: a kind of seed (I think this might be a real word.) (107,F,46,N)
* (Sounds like core and corn.) It's a hard interior with a surrounding shell. Am I relying too much on my previous knowledge of English, or is this natural? (109,M,36,Y)
* pop-corn (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* corn genetically mellowed (126,M,51,Y)

Container, Cover:
* a homemade hammock (108,,,)
* verb-to pull on something in a repetitive way (110,F,29,N)
* a type of armour which fits upon the arm. (111,M,21,Y/N)
* an enclosure for an air conditioner (118,M,31,N)
* to organize, to put in order, to cover, (as with o shroud), as if completed. (119,M,51,N)
* A BLANKET MADE OF WOOL VERY HEAVY TO KEEP WARM IN COLD DAYS (125,F,,N)

Misc:
* proper name, usually for a male; to work and sweat robustly (101,M,48,N)
* an official who did police work in medieval castles (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* uncomfortable toe (106,M,47,N)
* verb, to give (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* hybrid vegetable (113,F,24,N)
* a tidbit of something that's hard at one end and soft at the other. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* to grieve (124,F,15,N)
* to eat with the same noise as a grazing cow (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* noun: a whole, an entity, a gestalt (137,M,,N)
* a dragon's head (141,M,20,N)

* Russian for feed, fodder (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* the budding section of an underground root or tuber, from which new growth sprouts each spring. (128,M,39,Y)
* In fact, Greek has a word for the body called "KOPMI" (spelled in greek exactly as that (P=R in greek). Pronounced "Kor-mee". That't the first thing that came to me when seeing this word. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* This is English - plants have them - similar to a bulb but you cut them in pieces to divide the plant. (132,M,,N)
* This one's a real word (a plant term, like rhizome or bulb). (133,F,49,N)
A short, food storing, below the ground, stem of several plants. The corms of some varities are edible and are used by outdoorsmen for emergency rations. Sorry, but I've used this definition for so long, I can't imagine a new one. (138,M,63,N)
* A Celt. title of nobility, slightly below Earl (134,M,41,N)
* In the British Victorian period, a brooch used to attach scarves to a bodice (140,M,,N)

culk
Shell/Cover/Cohesive:

* a kind of shell (2,,,,)
* an ingredient used in making glue (3,,,)
* rotted timber on a ship, to be replaced (11,M,46,E)
* the neck of a bottle or jug (20, F, 27, N)
* n. a kind of shellfish (48,M,25,N)
* sticky resin (50,M,15,N)
* something akin to "caulk" (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* extra fat on meat (66,F,11,N)
* a large box or chest (usu. antique) with a latch (67,F,37,Y/N)
* top of a fruit (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* (verb) to scrape off the sand that has stuck to your feet after walking on the beach with wet feet (72,F,23,N)
* a hard sore in the mouth. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* small boat made from corn husks and goat hides. (76,F,55,N)
* a jail cell (94,M,56,Y)
* chunk or solidify together (95,M,28,N)
* to stop up a crack (99,F,43,Y/N)
* the shell of a nut (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* a rocky layer (109,M,36,Y)
* to seal up (110,F,29,N)

Old/Fragile:
* a type of sickness (1,,,)
* an old flag used in battle to surrender (5,,,)
* rotted timber on a ship, to be replaced (11,M,46,E)
* fragile (46,M,17,Y/N)
* stop gap measure, not made to last (62,F,50,N)
* rotten cheese. (97,M,26,N)

Catch Unawares:
* to pounce (4,,,)
* to apprehend (10,F,38,E)
* to fool someone (41,,,)

Large:
* a large person (6,,,)
* steer-like animal (9,,,)
* extra fat on meat (66,F,11,N)
* a large box or chest (usu. antique) with a latch (67,F,37,Y/N)

Solitary/Separation:
* to stand slightly away from a conversation between others, and occasionally attempt, but fail to join in by swallowing one's first syllable. (37,M,53,N)
* solitary male squirrel. esp in hunting season. (77,M,40,N)
* hide (92,M,23,N)
* to extract, to remove an embedded object (111,M,21,Y/N)
* a division between two family members (113,F,24,N)

Misc:
* to burp (7,F,10,E)
* a type of bird (8,,,)
* a picture (12,F,29,N)
* to insult someone (17,M,27,E)
* the inner filler stuff (35,M,45,N)
* to drag haltingly (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* a skill few really master, though most should (60,M,49,Y/N)
* gravel, small pieces of something (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* to have sex with a Culkin (71,M,25,N)
* a writing instrument (78,F,19,N)
* drawings made with whatever's handy (79,,,)
* combine (106,M,47,N)
* v, use a pointed tool (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

desp
Downwardness (literal or metaphorical):

* a deep hole (2,,,)
* an emotion (loneliness) (3,,,)
* worrisome, contrary (11,M,46,E)
* dark and forbidding (12,F,29,N)
* without something (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* the space under a drawer. (18, M, 51, N)
* vi. - to speak as though one considers the subject unimportant (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* the last or remnant of an entity, v. to fail; to run out of (27, M, 61, N)
* adj. imminent need (30, F, 22, N)
* classroom desk that has one leg shorter than the other three and and constantly wobbles every time you try to write on it. (34,M,32,N)
* a kind or lisp (36,F,26,N)
* a young desperado wanna be (37,M,53,N)
* adj. Sad. (40,M,20,N)
* desperate one (41,,,)
* not (42,,,)
* despoil, breakup (44,M,79,N/Y)
* pathetic (46,M,17,Y/N)
* (mentally) stressed out (49,,N)
* "down, blue" (makes me think of "despondent, desperate". "You're looking very desp today, is anything wrong?" (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* sudden irregularity in the ocean floor sometimes decending several thousand fathoms.
* it sounds desperate, (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* short for 'desperate'; hard to pronounce so it would probably not last (67,F,37,Y/N)
* desperate, despodent (68,F,38,N,Spanish)

Negative, Concerning a Person:
* an outlaw (6,,,)
* a person who stumbles (7,F,10,E)
* a slovenly man (9,,,)
* to discount someone (38,M,59,Y)
*a once despicable and despotic but now old and impotent ruler. (45,M,29,N)
* hate (58,F,19,Y)
* like the root of "despot" - a negative person / a glitch (59,M,66,N,Russian)

Dust:
* a kind of dusty pollen formed on plant leaves (5,,,)
* pencil shavings (10,F,38,E)

Sound:
* a measure for sound (1,,,)
* a degree of measurement, a very slight difference (8,,,)

Misc:
* to hit or slap hard (4,,,)
* a flat cracker like food. (17,M,27,E)
* tightness, to lift off something, to make abstract and subtle. (20, F, 27, N)
* despurse, to scatter or go away from (22, F, , N)
* from (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* a rank of nobility (47,M,20,E/N)
* to wrap; 1st thought of desperate (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* defines a quality say, elegance (60,M,49,Y/N)
* d is connected with two polarities - ying and yang I'm not sure about spelling - female and male, e.g. in anglo-saxon da - female, wife but still dom - judgement, do - to do, domere - a judge (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* n. a dark colored wasp-like insect (65,M,34,Y/N)

dom
Cover/Enclosure/Building:

* a kind of hat (4,,,)
* the cornerstone of a stone brick or wall (8,,,)
* a hut (10,F,38,E)
* a roof over a doghouse (12,F,29,N)
* domicle, place of dwelling (22, F, , N)
* stand over (28,,,)
* home (41,,,)
* to remove some kind of impurity, or perhaps an outer covering of some sort (47,M,20,E/N)
* an expensive house (66,F,11,N)
* a building primarily consisting of a dome, usu. a place of worship (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a place to meditate (78,F,19,N)
a knitted skullcap (80,F,54,N)

Ceremonial/Authority:
* a Western Indian drumbeat used during ceremonies (5,,,)
* throne (11,M,46,E)
* v. to exercise authority; to pass judgement upon (27, M, 61, N)
* a respectful way of greeting an elderly male in a community. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* a word used before saying a ladies name, like Ms. (36,F,26,N)
* dominican, religious order (44,M,79,N/Y)
* lord or boss (52,M,18,Y/N)
* (interference from dominate and the title dom/don) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a ceremonial leader (71,M,25,N)
* a place to meditate (78,F,19,N)
* a knitted skullcap (80,F,54,N)

Ornament:
* decorate (2,,,)
* a kind of hat (4,,,)
* a knitted skullcap (80,F,54,N)

Circular:
* circle (9,,,)
* dom: n. - a cylindrical cushion (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* a knitted skullcap (80,F,54,N)

Sexual:
* a male lover (6,,,)
* a sexual "top" (25, F, 37, N)

Misc:
* a weather term (1,,,)
* to destroy something (3,,,)
* a dumb person (7,F,10,E)
* deathly paleness (17,M,27,E)
* to count, numbers or units of measurement. (20, F, 27, N)
* a word to describe vastness (33,M,26,N)
* to grab a corner in Othello (Reverso) (38,M,59,Y)
* exactly judge, in history - smth done, foundation, law (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* the first ray of sun over the horizon at sunrise (62,F,50,N)
* heavy sound (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
__________

dom: A Dutch word meaning either "stupid" or "cathedral". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
a house / structure in Russian (59,M,66,N,Russian); (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* (this is a real English word I believe it is a shortening of "dominant") (75,M,37,Y/N)
* this is real English slang meaning "dominant" in the underworld of sado-masochism. one is either a "dom" or "sub." (77,M,40,N)
* slang for dominatrix (really) (79,,,)

drulk
Weary/Unpleasant/Sad:
* very tired (1,,,)
* to drag (2,,,)
* chemical waste (5,,,)
* a person who drools (6,,,)
* a homeless person (8,,,)
* to be sad (9,,,)
* to sink slowly into watery mud (10,F,38,E)
* a corpse (12,F,29,N)
* sounds nasty (18, M, 51, N)
* adj. plodding, slow witted (27, M, 61, N)
* sulk (40,M,20,N)
* stupid person (41,,,)
* to go out with friends in an orgy of violence (47,M,20,E/N)
* an ogre (50,M,15,N)
* to be depressed (52,M,18,Y/N)
* a bad humored pout (62,F,50,N)
* to hunch over wearing a cape and look ominous or weird (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a person who has lacked water (66,F,11,N)
* noun: grime under fingernails (70,,,) ?
* a sulky drunk (71,M,25,N)
* n. clump of debris collecting on a bathtub drain after a shower. (77,M,40,N)
* to lurk in shadows when inebriated, also the noun for the act of lurking in shadows when inebriated or sinking into a dark mood when inebriated (80,F,54,N)
* a morose drunk. (84,F,22,N)
* low quality (92,M,23,N)
* impoverish (94,M,56,Y)
* cry (95,M,28,N)
* an oaf. (97,M,26,N)
* a drunken walk (101,M,48,N)
* n: the stuff that you fish out of a clogged drain (107,F,46,N)
* working when tired (109,M,36,Y)
* verb- to be unhappy (110,F,29,N)
* v, drink/eat till aching (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to become depressed and mope (113,F,24,N)

Drinking/Intoxicated:
* a kind of beverage (36,F,26,N)
* drinking related (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a sulky drunk (71,M,25,N)
* drunk (78,F,19,N)
* the state of being high on steroids (drunk+hulk) (79,,,)
* to lurk in shadows when inebriated, also the noun for the act of lurking in shadows when inebriated or sinking into a dark mood when inebriated (80,F,54,N)
* a morose drunk. (84,F,22,N)
* a drunken walk (101,M,48,N)
* an alcoholic beverage (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* measurement of wine (106,M,47,N)
* to drink a thick liquid (111,M,21,Y/N)
* v, drink/eat till aching (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Hindered Motion:
* the feeling one gets when swallowing air with liquid (4,,,)
* to walk and not be able to see (7,F,10,E)
* to sink slowly into watery mud (10,F,38,E)
* in hand-to-hand combat, a tactical swipe at the back of the opponent's knees (11,M,46,E)
* n. - something large and heavy that must be dragged back into the water (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* adj. plodding, slow witted (27, M, 61, N)
* a drunken walk (101,M,48,N)
* working when tired (109,M,36,Y)

Large
* describing part of a large ship - maybe the hull (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* drulk: a big, hulking blue-collar worker (25, F, 37, N)
* n. - something large and heavy that must be dragged back into the water (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to go out with friends in an orgy of violence (47,M,20,E/N)

Containers:
* a kind of container (3,,,)
* a container, used to store liquid (20, F, 27, N)
* dried tree bark (63,M,38,N,Russian)

Misc:
* a dance that goes to a quick rhythm. (17,M,27,E)
* corn (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a dwarf (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* everyday action (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to draw a crooked line, or the line so drawn. (75,M,37,Y/N)

flug
Flying/Floating:

* a flying large insect (8,,,)
* toss (9,,,)
* a large, clumsy, flying object (10,F,38,E)
* a ball of congealed material that, when thrown at a hard surface, bursts into fine particles. (e.g. a snowball) (11,M,46,E)
* v. to drop dispel in large globs (27, M, 61, N)
* diving into shallow water (37,M,53,N)
* the film that someitmes develops on top of stagnant water (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to beat a flag (67,F,37,Y/N)
* fly flying (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to punish by flinging rotten fruit at a pilloried individual. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to fly (101,M,48,N)
* to sneeze, sprinkling the surrounding area (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* wing beat (106,M,47,N)
* (fly in German? flying bug, a fast slug.) (109,M,36,Y)

Mistaken/Clumsy:
* a mistake (1,,,)
* a symptom of the flu (6,,,)
* an accent (7,F,10,E)
* a large, clumsy, flying object (10,F,38,E)
* to get drunk (41,,,)
* a defect of something (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a very flat and slow creature (66,F,11,N)
* noun: worn-out, dirty sneaker with frayed holes (70,,,) ?
* to carry a slipery thing (71,M,25,N)
* to punish by flinging rotten fruit at a pilloried individual. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* tedium represented as authority (79,,,)
* barbarian. (84,F,22,N)
* a participle of "flag" in the sense of "deplete" (92,M,23,N)
* to send in an answer form like this which is inomplete because THERE JUST AREN'T ENOUGH HOURS IN THE DAY TO SPEND ON STUFF LIKE THIS NO MATTER HOW INTERESTING! (100,M,67,N)
* to sneeze, sprinkling the surrounding area (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* noun- something that is considered waste, the unused portion of something else (110,F,29,N)

Strike/Hit/Break Up:
* to hit (2,,,)
* the substance in the stomach which breaks down food (an acid from the stomach) (5,,,)
* a ball of congealed material that, when thrown at a hard surface, bursts into fine particles. (e.g. a snowball) (11,M,46,E)
* to push someone (12,F,29,N)
* diving into shallow water (37,M,53,N)
* to beat a flag (67,F,37,Y/N)
* to punish by flinging rotten fruit at a pilloried individual. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* past tense of flig, to switch on and off lightly and quickly (80,F,54,N)
* to beat another person slowly (111,M,21,Y/N)
* v, to hit on the face (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to beat unmercifully (113,F,24,N)

Drink:
* thirsty. (17,M,27,E)
* to get drunk (41,,,)
* a mug of grog (50,M,15,N)

Misc:
* a fancy pillow (3,,,)
* a small monkey-like animal (4,,,)
* a wet rag or cloth (20, F, 27, N)
* a quantity (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to cheat at dice (62,F,50,N)
* a block through the passage (78,F,19,N)
* bits of lint that collects between the toes in winter. (76,F,55,N)
* a sheath for a knife (94,M,56,Y)
* use love manipulatively (95,M,28,N)
* a heavy weight used to counteract pullies. (97,M,26,N)

* this is German for "flight" (77,M,40,N)

forp
Repeated Precise:

* to stumble (2,,,)
* a garden tool (3,,,)
* surgery performed on a hand (4,,,)
* to fondle (6,,,)
* to flip over repeatedly (8,,,)
* an unsuccessful gymnastics vault (10,F,38,E)
* short forceps, for delicate work (11,M,46,E)
* old/middle eng. for to eat by spearing w/a fork, typical behavior of young boys (67,F,37,Y/N)
* prefuntory sex, usually ending witha permature ejaculation. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a fold or pleat (94,M,56,Y)

Hit/Collide/Touch:
* to fondle (6,,,)
* an unsuccessful gymnastics vault (10,F,38,E)
* thunder (17,M,27,E)
* to slap a bandage or sheet on something (35,M,45,N)
* to hit, punch (36,F,26,N)
* old/middle eng. for to eat by spearing w/a fork, typical behavior of young boys (67,F,37,Y/N)
* v, short form of foreplay (83,M,43,N)

Junk:
* leftovers from a meal (1,,,)
* to stumble (2,,,)
* a junkyard of cars (5,,,)
* carmelized tar from the caves (41,,,)
* to fart wetly in an elevator (71,M,25,N)
* to release air from the body unintentionally in a way that is heard by others (80,F,54,N)

Error:
* to stumble (2,,,)
* to fall over (9,,,)
* an unsuccessful gymnastics vault (10,F,38,E)
* prefuntory sex, usually ending witha permature ejaculation. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* mistake (92,M,23,N)
* to swerve out of the way of a bird while driving (95,M,28,N)
* bungle (106,M,47,N)
* to throw something but fall short of the target (109,M,36,Y)

Give/Throw:
* to fart wetly in an elevator (71,M,25,N)
* to release air from the body unintentionally in a way that is heard by others (80,F,54,N)
* to throw something but fall short of the target (109,M,36,Y)
* to give over a possession of great personal value (113,F,24,N)

Disappear:
* vi. (often used with 'into') - to vanish into a singularity (black hole, etc.), or into a tunnel with great speed (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to put out a fire (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to skip doing a task (104,M,53,N,Spanish)

Misc:
* a tarp (7,F,10,E)
* a person or fortification (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* necessary activity/action (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to get meaning where others find none (62,F,50,N)
* small pointy tool (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* food (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* adj. well-constructed. "A forp house." (77,M,40,N)
* to stay cool (78,F,19,N)
* a blunt fork, esp. as used in prisons (79,,,)
* true to nature. (84,F,22,N)
* an object which has no mass. (97,M,26,N)
* verb- to tell a lie (110,F,29,N)
* v, to stop, hinder (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

fum
Goo/Scum/Film/Smoke:

* a type of scum or film on top of a liquid (1,,,)
* a gooey substance modelers use to soften skin (5,,,)
* foaming fungus growing in or near water (8,,,)
* v. to dissipate or evaporate, n. vaporous gas or exhalation (27, M, 61, N)
* a scent (36,F,26,N)
* residual smoke from a fire that is extinguished (62,F,50,N)
* scum (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to suck a wart (71,M,25,N)
* bits of straw blown by the wind after it has been harvested. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* fumigate (78,F,19,N)
* a mix of foam and scum, i'm afraid. no other ideas. (92,M,23,N)
* goo on my shoe (95,M,28,N)
* the mud near a lake or a river (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* v, to make light sound, spread light odour (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Error/ Confusion/ Mess:
* to be botherd by something (6,,,)
* to mess up or make a mistake (20, F, 27, N)
* a spell (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a person, negative or a mistaken action (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a forgetful person (66,F,11,N)
* adj. easily deceived. "He's so fum, he'd believe Clinton had scruples. (77,M,40,N)
* a mistake. (97,M,26,N)

Soft:
* big round fruit (9,,,)
* a stuffed animal with a fluffy exterior and a soft center (10,F,38,E)
* very fine tinder (11,M,46,E)
* a big yummy loaf of freshly baked bread (72,F,23,N)
* v, to make light sound, spread light odour (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Fee, fy, fo:
* giant's word for 'at my thumb' (67,F,37,Y/N)
* like fi fie and foe, an explitive (79,,,)
* the end of fee, fy, fo, fum (83,M,43,N)
* the final fourth of what Jack's Giant said. (84,F,22,N)
* (fee fi fo fum. sounds like fumble, or being all thumbs.) (109,M,36,Y)

Easy/Pleasant:
* easy (41,,,)
* a big yummy loaf of freshly baked bread (72,F,23,N)
* adjective- good or pleasant (110,F,29,N)
* easy going and kind (113,F,24,N)

Hold Together:
* to hold things together (7,F,10,E)
* to file away (17,M,27,E)

Misc:
* to think (2,,,)
* an Indian ornament (3,,,)
* a knife for cutting lettuce (4,,,)
* the sixth digit on the hand (47,M,20,E/N)
* always in sight (noun) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* the belly (94,M,56,Y)
* incite (106,M,47,N)

glon
Light:
* a type of bright light (1,,,)
* to shine (2,,,)
* to shine (7,F,10,E)
* a sheen (10,F,38,E)
* light (17,M,27,E)
* to look at something shiny or reflective (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* literary word for a kind of light (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to shine in the distance (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a harsh glare. (97,M,26,N)
* the moment just before the sun sets on a partly-cloudy evening in the spring. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* to have a shiny quality (111,M,21,Y/N)

Pretty/ Cheerful:
* to decorate (9,,,)
* a pretty person (12,F,29,N)
* to feel happy, proud and joyous (20, F, 27, N)
* a person that spreads cheer (66,F,11,N)
* an inexpesive stone made to resemeble a diamond. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* fake beauty (84,F,22,N)
* happiness (106,M,47,N)
* something new or fresh, like things are in spring. "The leaves were glon and bright." (109,M,36,Y)

Hang Around/Keep/Adhere:
* to lie around doing nothing (8,,,)
* to tag-along with a group of people (11,M,46,E)
* to keep something beyond its usefulness (62,F,50,N)
* gluttony (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to take, to understand (95,M,28,N)
* to stick to (108,,,)
* to become overly attatched to a place (113,F,24,N)

Learn:
* to learn something from something (36,F,26,N)
* verb- to understand (110,F,29,N)

Scotland/Scandinavia:
* a Scotch drink (6,,,)
* to miss Scotland (71,M,25,N)
* a still cold lake in the middle of a haunted Scandinavian forest (72,F,23,N)
* n. Type of Scandanavian garden deity. (77,M,40,N)

Misc:
* a small rodent-like animal (3,,,)
* to run past the finish line (4,,,)
* an electronic mess up in a computer lab (5,,,)
* something which acts as a mast or a hard drive (41,,,)
* a dark gloomy land (46,M,17,Y/N)
* past participle of "glaw", meaning "to trick a person into agreeing to a contract" (47,M,20,E/N)
* a chief (50,M,15,N)
* a particle in some physics (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a plant (78,F,19,N)
* recently left the premises (79,,,)
* a buttock (94,M,56,Y)
* a shield (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* v, to wish, want, desire (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

gooble
Weird/Unattractive/Messy:
* a silly walk (1,,,)
* a space creature (4,,,)
* the sticky substance that forms on the outside of the eye (5,,,)
* confused (6,,,)
* flattened gum on the street (8,,,)
* a messy meal, like stew or porridge (11,M,46,E)
* to make silly noises (12,F,29,N)
* pouring beer too fast creating too much foam (18, M, 51, N)
* bubbles that form between a baby's lips as they babble after breast feeding. (37,M,53,N)
* to mess up (41,,,)
* to slurp (67,F,37,Y/N)
* the act of eating noodles with a spoon (71,M,25,N)
* a foolish person. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* v.i. to suck up one's drool with a slurping sound. "She starts each day waking with a hearty gooble." (77,M,40,N)
* to eat peanuts selfishly in a hurried manner (80,F,54,N)
* a total idiot. (84,F,22,N)
* very similar in meaning to gobble, perhaps in a messier way (92,M,23,N)
* to make a mistake (95,M,28,N)

Quantity:
* a measurement for food (3,,,)
* to make up large numbers out of thin air in the course of a debate (47,M,20,E/N)
* a blob of somethnig (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* round, multiple (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* to eat more than what you should (78,F,19,N)
* spending a google of pennies (79,,,)
* to eat peanuts selfishly in a hurried manner (80,F,54,N)
* adj, a term for a bunch (83,M,43,N)
* a very high number. (97,M,26,N)

Eat/Drool:
* to eat fast (2,,,)
* a measurement for food (3,,,)
* to drool (9,,,)
* drool (10,F,38,E)
* a messy meal, like stew or porridge (11,M,46,E)
* bubbles that form between a baby's lips as they babble after breast feeding. (37,M,53,N)
* injest (60,M,49,Y/N)
* the act of eating noodles with a spoon (71,M,25,N)
* v.i. to suck up one's drool with a slurping sound. "She starts each day waking with a hearty gooble." (77,M,40,N)
* to eat more than what you should (78,F,19,N)
* to eat peanuts selfishly in a hurried manner (80,F,54,N)
* very similar in meaning to gobble, perhaps in a messier way (92,M,23,N)

Animals:
* the chicks in a penguin rookery (62,F,50,N)
* a chubby fish (66,F,11,N)
* turkey of course (68,F,38,N,Spanish)

Misc:
* a sound (7,F,10,E)
* to plan ahead. (17,M,27,E)
* a straw hat (94,M,56,Y)

gurfus
Clumsy/Incoherent/Stupid:

* a goof, doofus, dork, etc. (101,M,48,N)
* a quack scientist (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (a girly dufus) (109,M,36,Y)
* adjective- silly or dumb (110,F,29,N)
* a cacaphony (116,F,15,N)
* this would be an insult, isulting someone of lesser inteligence (121,M,22,N)
* the process of mechanical disintegration, typlified by a mechanical watch which is tearing itself apart. (128,M,39,Y)
* idiot (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* A guy who's goofing up all the time. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* The guy who always gives you bad advice even when you don't ask for it. What a gurfus. (132,M,,N)
* A person falling in the ill-conceived boundary between "cretin" and "moron" (134,M,41,N)
* Acting dumb. Someones gurfusing. (V) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* someone who blindly follows the crowd rather than thinking for himself. (139,,,)

Anger, Terror:
* anger, rage and its physical demonstration (106,M,47,N)
* a dirty and loud water dwelling creature (113,F,24,N)
* a creature from English mythology that inspires terror in those who behold its countenance, due to its disjointed, improbable appearance. (119,M,51,N)
* any VIP, especially the one who has both administrative and religious authority, often used derisively (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* A CHILD BORN WITH DEFECT KILLED AT DEATH (125,F,,N)

Creature:
* a dirty and loud water dwelling creature (113,F,24,N)
* a creature from English mythology that inspires terror in those who behold its countenance, due to its disjointed, improbable appearance. (119,M,51,N)
* A CHILD BORN WITH DEFECT KILLED AT DEATH (125,F,,N)
* a magician (137,M,,N)
* a monster with green fur (141,M,20,N)

Misc:
* n, a kind of shrub (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a pair of eye-glasses. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* geee he is us! (126,M,51,Y)
* material ejected from one's throat during influenza (140,M,,N)

gusp
Mouth/Nose:

* to gulp (2,,,)
* aromatic belch (11,M,46,E)
* the left nostril (12,F,29,N)
* first breath after flugging (37,M,53,N)
* swallowing (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to talk quickly (50,M,15,N)
* a choking sound (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* the saliva gland under your tongue (62,F,50,N)
* to drink hungrily (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* to gasp and gulp simultaneously (67,F,37,Y/N)
* sound made when slurping foam from frothy beer. (76,F,55,N)
* to catch breath (78,F,19,N)
* a sound between a gasp and a burp-both occuring simultaneously (79,,,)
* to take a breath in a windy manner (80,F,54,N)
* to breathe in suddenly. (84,F,22,N)

Dust/Mist/Wind:
* a snowstorm (4,,,)
* a word in India meaning 'cloud' (5,,,)
* a swoop of dust (7,F,10,E)
* blast of wind (20, F, 27, N)
* first breath after flugging (37,M,53,N)
* any kind of wind that can cause serious damage (66,F,11,N)
* air (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a dirty collar (71,M,25,N)
* sound made when slurping foam from frothy beer. (76,F,55,N)
* to take a breath in a windy manner (80,F,54,N)
* n, a gust of wind that didn't make it to you, a sailing term (83,M,43,N)
* to breathe in suddenly. (84,F,22,N)
* caky lime residue on faucets and tile (95,M,28,N)
* veil of sand or dust that blows off the desert and out over the ocean. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Fish:
* a large fish (1,,,)
* a small fish (8,,,)
* small fish (9,,,)
* the first amphibians to emerge from the water (10,F,38,E)
* an onomatapoea for the sound a fish makes. (17,M,27,E)

Misc:
* a kitchen utensil (3,,,)
* a German or Scandinavian sounding word (6,,,)
* type of ice-cream and cookie snack (41,,,)
* to be bewildered by the sheer simplicity of a device (47,M,20,E/N)
* part of every shoople (noun) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to speak softly at a party. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* n. paunch on a feline belly. "The panther's gusp waved back and forth as he haughtily padded." (77,M,40,N)
* secretive (92,M,23,N)
* an awl (94,M,56,Y)
* a french tart. (97,M,26,N)

guzzy
Dizzy, Drunk, Altered State:

* how you feel after drinking a carbonated beverage too quickly (107,F,46,N)
* from England. Used to describe an inebriated and disfunctional condition. ie. He seems a bit guzzy. (119,M,51,N)
* a feeling a I would have after several drinks. I associate it with dizzy. (121,M,22,N)
* A feeling of wellbeing, pleasure and dizziness (127,F,29,N)
* Drunken. (133,F,49,N)
* Descriptive of any formerly-carbonated or otherwise bubbling drink, now gone flat. (134,M,41,N)
* One could have a guzzy feeling. "He's feeling weird because he laughed too much." (A) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* intoxicated from joy (139,,,)

Rough/Dirty/Awkward:
* how you feel after drinking a carbonated beverage too quickly (107,F,46,N)
* a rough appearance (109,M,36,Y)
* adjective- dirty or grimy (110,F,29,N)
* adj, awkward, weird (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* greasy. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* DIRT IS ALL THAT COMES TO MIND (125,F,,N)
* that which requires more than what is considered to be the average need. (128,M,39,Y)
* How the wogger feels the next day. (132,M,,N)
* during the U.S. prohibition period, a woman who frequented a speakeasy, -- generally pejorative (140,M,,N)

Drink:
* how you feel after drinking a carbonated beverage too quickly (107,F,46,N)
* from England. Used to describe an inebriated and disfunctional condition. ie. He seems a bit guzzy. (119,M,51,N)
* a feeling a I would have after several drinks. I associate it with dizzy. (121,M,22,N)
* drinking buddy (126,M,51,Y)
* Drunken. (133,F,49,N)
* Descriptive of any formerly-carbonated or otherwise bubbling drink, now gone flat. (134,M,41,N)
* during the U.S. prohibition period, a woman who frequented a speakeasy, -- generally pejorative (140,M,,N)

Bubbles:
* how you feel after drinking a carbonated beverage too quickly (107,F,46,N)
* the feeling of having gas bubbles in the stomach (108,,,)
* bubbly and emotional (113,F,24,N)
* bubbly,optimistic (124,F,15,N)
* Descriptive of any formerly-carbonated or otherwise bubbling drink, now gone flat. (134,M,41,N)

Happy, Gentle:
* an affable person (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* gentile quite talk of a mother to her child (106,M,47,N)
* ticklish (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* One could have a guzzy feeling. "He's feeling weird because he laughed too much." (A) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* intoxicated from joy (139,,,)

Misc:
* Fuzzy. (How typical indeed :-). (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* a cat's face (142,F,50,N)
* hungry (137,M,,N)

hask
Cover/Fastener:

* a type of fastener (like hook and eye) (3,,,)
* a type of hat (12,F,29,N)
* a tent (17,M,27,E)
* vt. - to strike into two pieces, n. - a thick, rigid outer covering, especially when removed
* n. a tool for prying or opening (27, M, 61, N)
* the cellophane on a new CD. (38,M,59,Y)
* some form of skin (41,,,)
* a barrel (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* an electrical wire holder (62,F,50,N)
* a mask (not sure what type) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* engineering. unit of measure for the adhesion of surfaces. resistance to slippage, in general. "Leather driving gloves give the driver a lot of hask against the wheel." (77,M,40,N)
* n, a lock (83,M,43,N)
* the texture of a hessian sack (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* headgear (93,F,52,N)
* a bag (95,M,28,N)
* a locking device that prevents theft from a wine barrel. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Tear/Rip/Cough:
* to tear something (2,,,)
* to tackle or fight (7,F,10,E)
* to talk or cough with harsh sound (8,,,)
* to rip something (9,,,)
* to chip the bark from wood or stick, as a prelude to carving it (15,F,37,E/N)
* vt. - to strike into two pieces, n. - a thick, rigid outer covering, especially when removed
* n. a tool for prying or opening (27, M, 61, N)
* stuff you cough up after a night out in a smoky bar (72,F,23,N)
* to snatch rapidly from the possession of another. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to sneeze (78,F,19,N)
* to cough a question (80,F,54,N)
* a type of knife or scraper (92,M,23,N)
* an implement for harvesting (94,M,56,Y)

Plant Matter:
* a pile of straw (4,,,)
* waste from vegetables (5,,,)
* the outside of a fruit (6,,,)
* a basket (10,F,38,E)
* to chip the bark from wood or stick, as a prelude to carving it (15,F,37,E/N)
* a small organic object (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* verb: issue communications about "flavor of the month" directive so that it devolves to "white bread", then pablum, and finally hangs around the company with the other moldy leftovers (70,,,) ?

Danger:
* to tackle or fight (7,F,10,E)
* to threaten or endanger. (20, F, 27, N)
* a shark (50,M,15,N)
* to make a request under duress (71,M,25,N)

Misc:
* something to measure medicine (1,,,)
* sharp, slender (46,M,17,Y/N)
* part of a pratooshlik (60,M,49,Y/N)
* very quick, brisk (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* sound of a dog in the cold weather (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a cockney question (79,,,)
* hask me a question, any question (81,M,25,N)
* to ask in a hasty manner. (97,M,26,N)

hort
Sickly/Frightening/Misshapen:
* a gargoyle creature (1,,,)
* a deep sickly cough (4,,,)
* a toothache (5,,,)
* scarey things (7,F,10,E)
* grunt (9,,,)
* a stocky, uneligant person or animal. (11,M,46,E)
* a kind of disease (12,F,29,N)
* a wart on the anus (41,,,)
* a being, ghost-like (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* an off color remark (62,F,50,N)
* V and Adv-the way a person snorts when they are sick (66,F,20,N)
* a broken heart (71,M,25,N)
* adj. loud. esp in an obnoxious way. "hort music." (77,M,40,N)
* ugly whore (79,,,)

Animal:
* a gargoyle creature (1,,,)
* an animal sound (2,,,)
* a flying insect (3,,,)
* a stocky, uneligant person or animal. (11,M,46,E)
* n., adj. - eight n. - a large number (used only for people and animals) (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* a wild boar (50,M,15,N)
* the category of bugs that have stingers (66,F,11,N)
* a child sized cart used for rocking horses (80,F,54,N)

Horticulture:
* involved with plants (6,,,)
* n, short for horticulture (83,M,43,N)

Attention:
* n. a center; a focus; a point that is a center of serious attention (as a family altar, hearth, shrine) (27, M, 61, N)
* pp of hear in child language "I hort it" (67,F,37,Y/N)
* requiring attention (not "wanting attention") (92,M,23,N)
* call to action (106,M,47,N)

Sex:
* past tense of "hor", to sell one's body (47,M,20,E/N)
* to denounce as a immodest. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a girl movement (78,F,19,N)

Misc:
* to throw with great force (8,,,)
* a houseboat (10,F,38,E)
* warm clothing. (17,M,27,E)
* to keep to yourself. unsharing behavior. (29, M, 23, N)
* urge (40,M,20,N)
* acid (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to rush (94,M,56,Y)
* pull together (95,M,28,N)
* a fresh brew of beer. (97,M,26,N)
* to ride piggy back (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (heart, hard, hart.) (109,M,36,Y)
* adjective- dull or boring (110,F,29,N)
* v, to push (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to store together in a single place (113,F,24,N)

husp
Container/Cover/Fastener:

* chaff (10,F,38,E)
* a type of saddle for a horse (12,F,29,N)
* a brownish burlap cloak. (45,M,29,N)
* what remains after one doms (removes impure covering on) something (47,M,20,E/N)
* a bed curtain (50,M,15,N)
* outer covering (52,M,18,Y/N)
* bag or basket to carry grain in. (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* thin, papery chaff (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* if it is "khusp" = 0 / a fastener (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* an empty chip packet (71,M,25,N)
* a thorn-bearing sheath of a plant. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* the dry shell of any once-living thing (80,F,54,N)
* a term applied to the husk of an edible grain, when it adheres to a tooth or gum of a person who is eating a meal prepared from the grains. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* to hold in the mouth (94,M,56,Y)
* a clip or other metal fastener (108,,,)

Plant:
* a vegetable (1,,,)
* a kind of grass (2,,,)
* chaff (10,F,38,E)
* bag or basket to carry grain in. (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* thin, papery chaff (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* the flying part of a dandelion seed (62,F,50,N)
* a thorn-bearing sheath of a plant. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a bamboo shred (78,F,19,N)
* n. the dessicated remains of a weed at season's end. (77,M,40,N)
* a term applied to the husk of an edible grain, when it adheres to a tooth or gum of a person who is eating a meal prepared from the grains. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* a type of fragrant flower (93,F,52,N)
* left overs from a vegetable product (113,F,24,N)

Edge
* on the edge (6,,,)
* a sharp, rough edge (18, M, 51, N)
* n. a line of separation in a covering or the covering itself (27, M, 61, N)
* the edge of something (36,F,26,N)
* crust of bread (41,,,)
* a thorn-bearing sheath of a plant. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* the outer edge of something (92,M,23,N)
* a small, dried-up end of a loaf of bread (99,F,43,Y/N)

Disapproving
* a quick, disapproving action (11,M,46,E)
* shut up! (24, F, 43, N)
* to express disapproval or make sounds of disapproval. (40,M,20,N)
* a very grumpy person, a Scrooge (66,F,11,N)
* shushing (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* quiet harrumph. (84,F,22,N)
* you husp up now, ande be quiet. (81,M,25,N)
* shoo away an animal (95,M,28,N)

Breath/Whisper
* breathe heavy (9,,,)
* husp: vi. or vt. - to speak|say in a harsh whisper, n. - a harsh whisper (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* breathe from exhaustion (28,,,)
* whisper (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* v. to clear one's throat (65,M,34,Y/N)
* to whisper hoarsely (67,F,37,Y/N)
* noun: side conversation during meeting while someone else has the floor (70,,,) ?
* shushing (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* (noun, adj) the sound of a scratched record. e.g. "that old John Denver LP is getting really huspy" (72,F,23,N)
* you husp up now, ande be quiet. (81,M,25,N)
* v, to wisper (83,M,43,N)
* to gasp for air. (97,M,26,N)
* to stop pronouncing a word, making an audible inspiration (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (sounds like huff, cusp, lisp, husky.) The way a person sounds when they talk with their dentures out. "A huspy voice" (109,M,36,Y)
* v, be silent, shut up (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Insect:
* a bee (46,M,17,Y/N)
* onomatopoeic insect sound (106,M,47,N)
* huspings, husper; an electronic part named for its originally wasp-like shape (103,F,32,N)
* a person who likes insects and perhaps raises them (116,F,15,N)

Misc:
* a musical instrument (3,,,)
* to slouch (4,,,)
* a kind of freshwater fish (5,,,)
* a nun (7,F,10,E)
* to nibble (8,,,)
* to hoe soil (17,M,27,E)
* the essence or core of something. (20, F, 27, N)
* a quiet place (25, F, 37, N)
* to orate from the back of a pickup truck (38,M,59,Y)
* we talk this way when needed (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a husband in every sense of the word but without marriage certificate or wedding (79,,,)
* this is what someone is called when they are loosing their hair. (86,F,40,N)
* bump in biceps when arms stretch forward in an embrace (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* noun- a household cleaning tool for dusting (110,F,29,N)
* to walk with limp, sliding one foot along the ground (111,M,21,Y/N)
* a small sharp peak; a raised wave-like projection. (114,M,36,Y/N)

jethom: A device for hurling non frangible items from where they are to where you want them to be. The "je" part is obvious, to throw" as in "eject". "Thom" reminds me of something soft, not just "non frangible" (138,M,63,N)

jethom
Throw Off/Liquid/Jetsam:

* a jet of geyser water that doesn't arrive on time (71,M,25,N)
* a yellowish-green mineral found in damp caves. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* flotsam and jetsom together in the wake of a boat? (79,,,)
* a connection for underground plumbing (80,F,54,N)
* v, to jettison (83,M,43,N)
* to ejaculate. (97,M,26,N)
* a kind of boat (101,M,48,N)
* rel. to flotsam, stuff that sinks rather than floating (103,F,32,N)
* (sounds like jetsom (as in flotsom and...) n. - a non-essential object, a trinket, or a knick-knack (109,M,36,Y)
* noun- a tool for doing something specific on a ship's rigging (what, i don't know) like a wrench, maybe but bigger. (110,F,29,N)
* the scent wafting off of a person wearing too much cologne (113,F,24,N)
* to empty (116,F,15,N)
* a foamy lather issuing from the mouth of a horse stricken with indigestion of a rare type. (119,M,51,N)
* n, -- an underwater spring (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* to jetison the flotsam after a rescue mission (126,M,51,Y)
* An object thrown away and later perceived to have value. (134,M,41,N)
* to leave someplace in a hurry (135,F,29,Y)
* a waste element -- by product energy used to process negative emotions. (139,,,)
* flotham, once recovered (140,M,,N)

Flight:
* to travel home by airplane. (84,F,22,N)
* aircraft hanger (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* spaceage transportation (93,F,52,N)
* a jet-fighter (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* flying sea scooter (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* suggests a verb to do with travel (jet?) (137,M,,N)

Religion:
* bible name (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* A still undiscovered kind of religion. (N) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* biblical name (142,F,50,N)

Restless/Irritable:
* irritable (78,F,19,N)
* restless (92,M,23,N)

Misc:
* noun: commercials on TV, radio, web pages (70,,,) ?
* (verb) to think about someone far away who you wish you were with (72,F,23,N)
* eubonic slang meaning "yes ma'am. made popular by the character of Wiley in Margaret Higgin's popular novel "Uncle Abe's Cabin." (77,M,40,N)
* reminds me of something jewish (82,F,17,N)
* this is a type of jelly one eats. (86,F,40,N)
* fragrant (94,M,56,Y)
* shake hands in agreement (95,M,28,N)
* a tree with light geen folliage (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* trigger control on air control stick (106,M,47,N)
* to believe in something after short consideration (111,M,21,Y/N)
* n, s.t produces hard sound, drum, (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* A VERY POWERFUL PERSON. I WOULD SAY A MAN OF MUCH COURAGE AND STRENGTH MAGICAL IN HIS WAYS (125,F,,N)
* * returning rather rapidly to whence one came. (128,M,39,Y)
* The first beer on Friday night after a long work week. (132,M,,N)
* a unit of liquid measure (141,M,20,N)

lant
Lean/Tendency/Slant:

* a thin board at an incline (10,F,38,E)
* an indication, perhaps an epiphany (11,M,46,E)
* to lean on something (12,F,29,N)
* adj. - 1. oblique; 2. leaning on something (used only of inanimate object) (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* askew (40,M,20,N)
* an anglular pillar of light (41,,,)
* running about on a lark. (45,M,29,N)
* a tilt; something leaning to one side (50,M,15,N)
* to wilt (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* slanted (67,F,37,Y/N)
* v, landed (83,M,43,N)
* tilted slightly. (84,F,22,N)
* the action of lying supine at 20 degrees to the horizontal with head downwards (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* an area unit of measure applied to sloping farmland. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Light:
* a light (2,,,)
* to shine light on (6,,,)
* an angular pillar of light (41,,,)
* lantern, light producing machine (44,M,79,N/Y)
* any source of light from fire (66,F,11,N)
* a floor lamp decorated in Medieval style (75,M,37,Y/N)
* derived from "lantern", refers to the act of shedding some light on an area of darkness, whilst realising that most of the area still remains obscure. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Slow/Relaxed:
* walk slowly (9,,,)
* adj. gentle, relaxed (27, M, 61, N)
* to be slow (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* any-old-how, messily (92,M,23,N)

Insincere:
* tricky and sly. (17,M,27,E)
* v. a fake sob (51,M,27,N)
* condescending, long-winded, tangential, soap-box fillibuster during departmental meeting (70,,,) ?
* to lament insincerely (80,F,54,N)

Bugs:
* a South American fly (5,,,)
* a long legged ant (71,M,25,N)
* large ant (79,,,)

Misc:
* a bracelet design (1,,,)
* a folk song (3,,,)
* to open a child-proof bottle (4,,,)
* a island (7,F,10,E)
* to throw over or cast (8,,,)
* a small hut made of styrofoam (38,M,59,Y)
* grass (46,M,17,Y/N)
* organic object - a vegetable or a stick (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a useful thing (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to keep people at distance (62,F,50,N)
* n. the edge of a piece of clapboard siding, as opposed to the face. (77,M,40,N)
* something nice (78,F,19,N)
* I lant cusin bubba my guttin knife (81,M,25,N)
* a time piece (93,F,52,N)
* layer (94,M,56,Y)
* bulwark (95,M,28,N)
* a very long spear. (97,M,26,N)
__________

spoil in Chinese

 

leb
Amount:

* a unit of measure of granularity. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a mathematical formula. (97,M,26,N)
* balance (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* small amount (106,M,47,N)

Move:
* to lope slowly (67,F,37,Y/N)
* v, go upstrairs, climb tree/mount (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to crawl (113,F,24,N)
* to leave bihind (121,M,22,N)

Extraverted/Outgoing:
* adj. fashionably pert and sassy. " a leb hairstyle." (77,M,40,N)
* a debutant attracted to members of her own sex (79,,,)
* verb- to flaunt (110,F,29,N)
* liberal rebel (126,M,51,Y)

Lesbian:
* a slur; short for "lesbian" (101,M,48,N)
* a debutant attracted to members of her own sex (79,,,)
* lesbian. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Lebanon:
* abbreviation for Lebanese (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* A resident of Lebanon (derogatory) (134,M,41,N)

Disease:
* an act of begging performed by a leper (71,M,25,N)
* a disfiguring disease (108,,,)
* THIS WAS A WORD FOR A WOUND A PIECE OF SKIN HANGING (125,F,,N)

Misc:
* melted or liquitized metal (66,F,11,N)
* leprechaun (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a place to cook (78,F,19,N)
* to understand (91,F,,N)
* a lightning bolt (94,M,56,Y)
* to gently compress (95,M,28,N)
* an avid reader with nearsighted eyes (99,F,43,Y/N)
* the sound of the heartbeat (109,M,36,Y)
* a hand (116,F,15,N)
* a short length of rope used to secure the jib of sailboats. (119,M,51,N)
* a device for defining and inscribing a level plane in three-dimensional, virtual space. (128,M,39,Y)
* Fine hairs girls have that boys don't. (132,M,,N)
* an inhabitant of the planet Belanie (139,,,)
* biblical bread (140,M,,N)

* In Australian slang, this term refers to a person who has been born in Lebanon and emigrated to Australia. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* Lb is so obvious Indo-European stem that would stop any imagination or visualization (Obvious words are so good for memorizing) (122,M,32,Y,Russian)
* that's too near the German leib: love (137,M,,N)

loog
Connection/Sticky:
* a stitch in knitting (1,,,)
* a type of screw (3,,,)
* a goo type sticky substance (8,,,)
* fabric (12,F,29,N)
* a bridge over a small river. (20, F, 27, N)
* lint remover (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a kind of Danish cheese (67,F,37,Y/N)
* any type of gooey stuff that you find around the house (66,F,11,N)
* desire (106,M,47,N)
* to log in. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* Reminds me of "lurk". (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* a long string of mucousy spit (135,F,29,Y)

Bog:
* a bog (10,F,38,E)
* a marshy bog in the southwest of Ireland. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* a bog of sorts (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a large mud bubble that fails to pop (80,F,54,N)
* v.t. To throw pieces of waterloged wood into the swamp. (119,M,51,N)

Waste:
* to defecate in a Scottish ditch (71,M,25,N)
* to vomit, with the vomitus containing identifiable chunks. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* (of course we have loogy in English, which is a mass of spit ejected from the mouth.) (109,M,36,Y)
* verb- to waste (110,F,29,N)
* v, to throw up (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a slimy waste product (113,F,24,N)
* something to be hacked up and spit out when you are sick ;D (118,M,31,N)
* v.t. To throw pieces of waterloged wood into the swamp. (119,M,51,N)

Long:
* a stitch in knitting (1,,,)
* a type of screw (3,,,)
* a saltwater seaweed (5,,,)
* something with a long shape (6,,,)
* a term associated with logging (9,,,)
* fabric (12,F,29,N)
* a bridge over a small river. (20, F, 27, N)
* long and flat (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* long version of log (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* adj. orderly, smooth. "The cat's loog lay of fur." (77,M,40,N)
* a green long-nosed goblin kinda thing (92,M,23,N)
* this spelling suggests a gigantic snake-like creature like a Worm of the Dune epic? although being a legitimate plain Russian for 'meadow' (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Clutching
* to crush between fingers (17,M,27,E)
* vi. - to bellow while running backwards and clutching one's stomach (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to stare at someone (36,F,26,N)
* take too long (41,,,)
* lint remover (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to steal one's trashcan (95,M,28,N)
* steal something,rob (121,M,22,N)

Liquid/Water Animals:
* a large bottle of old whiskey, saved for special occassions. (37,M,53,N)
* a dolphin male calf (62,F,50,N)
* n, a puddle with live creatures (83,M,43,N)
* a tadpole (94,M,56,Y)
* a wash basin. (97,M,26,N)
* this spelling suggests a gigantic snake-like creature like a Worm of the Dune epic? (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Difficulty:
* difficult but necessary work--the verb (60,M,49,Y/N)
* the morning after your 50th birthday party (93,F,52,N)
* to make an additional effort (104,M,53,N,Spanish)

Manufacture, Produce:
* n. a supply of anything, an abundance, v. to produce copiously (27, M, 61, N)
* synthesized (79,,,)
* to produce a loogie (140,M,,N)

Throw, Shoot:
* to throw (108,,,)
* to shoot someone with a looger (luger) (126,M,51,Y)
* to throw or to toss something (141,M,20,N)

Misc:
* foreign currency (2,,,)
* to tumble down a hill head over heels (4,,,)
* to whistle (7,F,10,E)
* a bold, confident young stud (human) (11,M,46,E)
* n. a man with a double chin, bulging eyes, full lips, and balding hair or a receding hair line. (51,M,27,N)
* to overlook (78,F,19,N)
* an appliance part. (84,F,22,N)
* a musical instrument of the woodwind family, made of a big root; its tone range is very deep bass. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* the middle name of Andrew Loog Oldham, an associate of teh Roling Stones (101,M,48,N)
* SOMETHING THAT IS OR WAS SHOULD I SAY, SMOKED ON A DAILY BASIS HAS AN EFFECT ON MIND (125,F,,N)
* to rapidly drink a non-carbonated beverage. (128,M,39,Y)
* A twist in the garden hose after it's been rolled up wrong. (132,M,,N)
* A member of the Unseelie court noted for long, greenish teeth. (134,M,41,N)
* computer terminology (137,M,,N)

* legitimate plain Russian for 'meadow' (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* sled (French for sled is luge) (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* In Dutch this means: you have lied ("je loog") (V) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

lorch
Clumsy:

* an ugly person (6,,,)
* a large, clumsy bird (10,F,38,E)
* the style of locomotion in a three-legged race, or the walk of a lame person. (11,M,46,E)
* an enemy whose level of intelligence is lower that yours, as determined by statistical significance of a survey. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* making no sense at all (62,F,50,N)
* n. a large, ungainly bird that can only fly short distances (65,M,34,Y/N)
* to stumble while carrying a flame (80,F,54,N)
* to walk awkardly. (84,F,22,N)

Bent:
* to bend (2,,,)
* hunch forward (9,,,)
* the style of locomotion in a three-legged race, or the walk of a lame person. (11,M,46,E)
* to slump, to not stand up straight (36,F,26,N)
* a bird with a long hooked beak (67,F,37,Y/N)

Spooky:
* a coffin used for infants (5,,,)
* some kind of nasty plant (52,M,18,Y/N)
* adams family butler (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* v.i. to cry in a raspy voice. "the lorching of crows and old women still echo there." (77,M,40,N)
* a monster (78,F,19,N)

Fire/Light:
* vi. - to topple (used of something which is aflame or has a complex dendritic structure) (26, M, 23, Y/N)
* scald (40,M,20,N)
* torch made from a branch (41,,,)
* to carry a source of illumination at the rear of a band (of soldiers, etc.) (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to stumble while carrying a flame (80,F,54,N)
* an outside lighting device (92,M,23,N)

Force/Pull:
* to bend (2,,,)
* to pull (4,,,)
* to lift (7,F,10,E)
* the style of locomotion in a three-legged race, or the walk of a lame person. (11,M,46,E)
* to prey upon (95,M,28,N)

House:
* lane overshadowed by trees, leading up to a house. (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* part of the house (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a basement veranda (71,M,25,N)

Animals:
* a kind of bug (12,F,29,N)
* a watersnake (50,M,15,N)
* a kind of biting insect (94,M,56,Y)

Misc:
* a type of pendant to wear on a chain (1,,,)
* a type of boat (3,,,)
* a distance, a measureable size, as in track (8,,,)
* box with decorations used to store heirlooms (17,M,27,E)
* to jump forward (20, F, 27, N)
* a clearing (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to live off someone else's excesses (79,,,)
* n, a type of tree (83,M,43,N)
* a cut of pork. (97,M,26,N)

mant
Cover:

* part of a house (3,,,)
* a large tree in the rainforest whose leaves are purple in the off-season (5,,,)
* having to do with mantal (6,,,)
* cover (10,F,38,E)
* big hat with fringe (11,M,46,E)
* the binding of a book along the spine (62,F,50,N)
* glove. (84,F,22,N)
* used to hold candles. (97,M,26,N)
* a topper placed on a table to make it water proof (113,F,24,N)

Fall/Lie:
* a car pillow (4,,,)
* an shelf (7,F,10,E)
* to tumble (9,,,)
* to lounge around (12,F,29,N)
* a horizontal wooden structure used to support in a building (20, F, 27, N)
* a low shelf (80,F,54,N)
* placed "just so" (92,M,23,N)

Insect/Marine Animal:
* male ant (2,,,)
* an insect (8,,,)
* the flank of a manta ray (71,M,25,N)
* a marine mammal noted for its shiny black skin. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* half man, half ant, from a fictional horror movie from the fifties as seen in a real movie, with John Goodman, that I caan't remember the name of. (101,M,48,N)
* an insect (108,,,)
* (preying mantis, manta ray, Adam Ant.) A frightening, inhuman, piercing gaze. (109,M,36,Y)

Meaning/Understanding/Spirituality:
* n. a decisive order or symbolic utterance (27, M, 61, N)
* -understood (41,,,)
* I mant to tell you earlier (81,M,25,N)
* a sacred book (91,F,,N)
* when "sant" goes over the top and starts having visions: an altered state. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* to be spiritually strong, "to have mant" (111,M,21,Y/N)

Plant:
* a large tree in the rainforest whose leaves are purple in the off-season (5,,,)
* a flower /object (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* an edible tuber (94,M,56,Y)
* grassy sward (106,M,47,N)

Group:
* a business meeting (1,,,)
* a pair or small group of people in a room. Not quite a crowd. (17,M,27,E)

Talk:
* a man's diatribe (37,M,53,N)
* verb- to talk (110,F,29,N)

Misc:
* string (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a nice, rather uncommon thing (60,M,49,Y/N)
* as in maintaining (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* n. tuft of hair on a cow's or pig's head. (77,M,40,N)
* to mount (78,F,19,N)
* disabled person (79,,,)
* guard (95,M,28,N)
* small shallow lake (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* v, to achieve s.t successfully (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
_______

means a churning rod in kannada
slow in Chinese

morp
Strange/Unbalanced:
* unbalanced (2,,,)
* a strange and unusual kind of moth found in Alaska (5,,,)
* vampire! (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* a sort of warthog (49,,N)
* an outer space term ; not sure of meaning since I don't know outer space. trekkies or those on starship enterprise would know. (67,F,37,Y/N)
* noun: bad hair, hat hair, bed hair (70,,,) ?
* any symptom of a condition similar to illness in humans, observed in robotic entities (80,F,54,N)
* the opposite of a dork. (86,F,40,N)
* to distort, to distort or relax. The plastic toy morped in the hot August sun. (81,M,25,N)

Sleep/Death/Depression:
* the state of being near death (4,,,)
* seemingly asleep (12,F,29,N)
* entering the floating state just before completely falling asleep (37,M,53,N)
* a temporary funk (depression) (45,M,29,N)
* m means death, might, large quantity (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* to sulk before a urinal (71,M,25,N)
* to be sad; lonely (78,F,19,N)
* to distort, to distort or relax. The plastic toy morped in the hot August sun. (81,M,25,N)
* to play dead. (84,F,22,N)
* a special feeling attributed to people who, despite showing great promise in youth, end up in later life working for a living in lowly occupations. (associated with "floor mopping". (Note: "sadie the Cleaning Lady" would have been prone to "morp"). (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* lying on an Italian marble-clad horizontal bed grave at 6pm looking at scudding clouds and facing the sky only. Must be alone. (90,F,23,N,Australian)

Emptiness/Clean:
* to clean (6,,,)
* morphine, a drug used to kill pain (22, F, , N)
* to clear out a room prior to painting or re-flooring (38,M,59,Y)
* a value neutral adjective (60,M,49,Y/N)
* the closure on a tear duct (62,F,50,N)
* to clean heavy, wet materials, such as mud or sludge, using shovels and rakes. (76,F,55,N)

Chewy:
* to chew loudly (9,,,)
* a small, round, gummy candy (10,F,38,E)
* a clod of mud/clay (11,M,46,E)
* to change into a melted solid (14, M,31,N)
* n, m and m gorp (83,M,43,N)

Round/Blob:
* a small, round, gummy candy (10,F,38,E)
* a clod of mud/clay (11,M,46,E)
* a little blob kinda thing (52,M,18,Y/N)
* n. a serving of mashed potatoes, usually consisting of at least 10 tablespoons. (77,M,40,N)
* a drop of subatomic ether. (97,M,26,N)

Creature:
* a strange and unusual kind of moth found in Alaska (5,,,)
* a kind of moth (7,F,10,E)
* a type of fish that tastes like tuna (50,M,15,N)
* dwarfish creature (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* small, furry and angry animal (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* some kind of small brown herbivore (92,M,23,N)
* a black insect that lives in the ground (94,M,56,Y)

Change/Morph:
* v.to disintegrate or to undergo change (27, M, 61, N)
* to change someone's mind (41,,,)
* change (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* changing oneself while retaining one's true self (79,,,)
* alter (95,M,28,N)

Join:
*extra or additional, as in "more gorp" (8,,,)
* to blend, join and merge with. (20, F, 27, N)
* vi. or vt. - to assume, or to cause to assume, a more compact configuration n. - a more compact configuration [of something] (26, M, 23, N/Y)

Stupid:
* a person who acts like an idiot (1,,,)
* (slang) for a stupid person (3,,,)

Misc:
* a type of tree. deciduous (17,M,27,E)
* the sound you make when you burp or belch (36,F,26,N)
* morpheme, smallest item with meaning (44,M,79,N/Y)
* some kind of officer in an alien army (47,M,20,E/N)
* v. to land squarely on one's ass (51,M,27,N)
* v. to slog through mud or water (65,M,34,Y/N)
* any sound that moving water makes (66,F,11,N)
* a burp arising from too much Mexican food (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to hit someone (91,F,,N)
* a passageway (93,F,52,N)
_______

(means to 'make' in old kannada)

muggle
Wiggle:

* to huddle together in a group (1,,,)
* when very small children cuddle (3,,,)
* a dance somewhat like the twist (5,,,)
* what kids do when they stomp in mud puddles (9,,,)
* to weasle one's way through (10,F,38,E)
* to move around (12,F,29,N)
* a kind of lizard (17,M,27,E)
* If you burn the toast just muggle the black off until you get the color you want. (18, M, 51, N)
* what worms do on cold nights (25, F, 37, N)
* vt. - to disturb, dishevel, or screw up - also 'muggle with' (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to shiver (40,M,20,N)
* hugging and snuggling and generally being in skin contact with a loved one (49,,N)
* a furry bouncy creature (50,M,15,N)
* a flirting handshake (62,F,50,N)
* to steal from someone who is having an epileptic seisure (71,M,25,N)
* to have a tickle war with a child. (84,F,22,N)
* to wallow (94,M,56,Y)

Close By/Involved:
* to huddle together in a group (1,,,)
* when very small children cuddle (3,,,)
* to become involved in someone else's affairs (6,,,)
* to muzzle someone with hand over mouth (8,,,)
* when someone you love takes your precious things (41,,,)
* hugging and snuggling and generally being in skin contact with a loved one (49,,N)
* to snuggle up to someone, especially of cats or small children. "When she sat down, the twins came up and muggled her" (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* to hold someone up simply by suggesting you might have a weapon (67,F,37,Y/N)
* comforting robbers (verb and noun) (79,,,)
* v, playfully suffocate (83,M,43,N)
* to have a tickle war with a child. (84,F,22,N)
* pleasantly scrunch faces close together (88,M,38,N)

Unclear/Covered Over:
* to not speak clearly (2,,,)
* confuse (actually a slang word from the 1920's for marijuana) (11,M,46,E)
* vt. - to disturb, dishevel, or screw up - also 'muggle with' (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* v. to confuse an issue (27, M, 61, N)
* to have a difficult time doing something (36,F,26,N)
* to cover and smother (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* v. to do something sloppily and carelessly (65,M,34,Y/N)
* noun: meeting with no purpose, objective, or results (70,,,) ?
* v. t. hockey. infraction. to trap the puck between the blades of one's skates. "Orr is called again for muggling the puck." (77,M,40,N)
* v, playfully suffocate (83,M,43,N)
* to hide perceived deficiencies under a veneer or good-natured happy confusion. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* not coming to a conversational point precisely; waffling (verb) (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* the steel grating used in sewage systems. (97,M,26,N)

Deceptive/ Theft:
* smuggle, convey under cover (22, F, ,N)
* a good, charismatic speaker, especially if saying evil but convincing things (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to take something from someone, allegedly in their own interests, but in reality for your own good. (47,M,20,E/N)
* mirky, not very honest behaviour; mug and smuggle (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* to butter someone up (66,F,11,N)
* to hold someone up simply by suggesting you might have a weapon (67,F,37,Y/N)
* being robbed (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to steal from someone who is having an epileptic seisure (71,M,25,N)
* v. t. hockey. infraction. to trap the puck between the blades of one's skates. "Orr is called again for muggling the puck." (77,M,40,N)
* to steal (78,F,19,N)
* comforting robbers (verb and noun) (79,,,)
* to pretend to threaten another person, usually for a camera or video device (80,F,54,N)
* to hide perceived deficiencies under a veneer or good-natured happy confusion. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Animal:
* a small soil dwelling beetle (4,,,)
* a kind of animal's nose (7,F,10,E)
* a kind of lizard (17,M,27,E)
* what worms do on cold nights (25, F, 37, N)
* a furry bouncy creature (50,M,15,N)

Misc:
* soft, jelly like substance. (20, F, 27, N)
* to drink ale in a small pub with soccer and rugby players (38,M,59,Y)
* to do that Richard Nixon thing with your cheeks. (45,M,29,N)
* a transitive verb meaning to upset mildly (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* done adequately (60,M,49,Y/N)
* annoying (66,F,11,N)
* to argue noisily (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a walking stick (93,F,52,N)
* rifle (as in rifle in one's pocket) (95,M,28,N)
* Sorry--J.K. Rowling has co-opted this word and given it a meaning that a whole generation of English-speaking kids will assimilate: a non-magical person, an ordinary mortal. (99,F,43,Y/N)

* This I know to be a semi-dialectical word coined from "muddle (through)" and "struggle (at)" which is in fairly common use. (92,M,23,N)

nadder
Useless/Irritating/Mistaken:

* awkward (6,,,)
* too quickly (4,,,)
* term meaning "later tomorrow" (8,,,)
* to irritate (10,F,38,E)
* onomonopoeic of bovine sounds, referring to useless and uninformed human chatter. (11,M,46,E)
* a beggar (12,F,29,N)
* unimportant, trivial stuff (25, F, 37, N)
* vi. - to speak volubly of inconsequential things (26, M, 23, N/Y

Smallish:
* a type of bug (2,,,)
* lint (3,,,)
* too quickly (4,,,)
* term meaning "later tomorrow" (8,,,)
* onomonopoeic of bovine sounds, referring to useless and uninformed human chatter. (11,M,46,E)
* holes, small puncture marks. (20, F, 27, N)
* unimportant, trivial stuff (25, F, 37, N)
* vi. - to speak volubly of inconsequential things (26, M, 23, N/Y

Materials:
* a material used to make bricks (5,,,)
* a kind of chair cane (7,F,10,E)

Misc:
* a kitchen utensil (1,,,)
* something wet (9,,,)
* a moorland plant (15,F,37,E/N)
* a title of nobility (17,M,27,E)

nop
Bump or Hole:

* a knot hole (5,,,)
* little bump (6,,,)
* to pick the knots off a sweater (10,F,38,E)
* to strike the forehead with one's knuckle (37,M,53,N)
* slang for head (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* some obstacle, rather small (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to cut off the top of ones finger (71,M,25,N)
* n. wood chip. "He swung his axe with such energy that nops covered the ground like a summer snow." (77,M,40,N)
* roundlike (97,M,26,N)
* to cut hair by gathering it into a bunch at the top of the head in a band, and then cutting just above the band; the hair style that results. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* HEAD ANOTHER WORD FOR A HEAD THAT HAS BEEN CUT OFF AND PLANTED IN A THE GROUND IN A CERAMONY TO PRAISE EVIL (125,F,,N)
* Head. (Variant of "nob") (133,F,49,N)
* the chin of a dolt (140,M,,N)

Inactive/Absent/Negation:
* to do nothing (3,,,)
* the action of those absent, but required to attend; n: the noppers (11,M,46,E)
* verb, do nothing (31, M, 40, N)
* mistake (not on properly) (41,,,)
* shady (46,M,17,Y/N)
* an expression of disagreement (48,M,25,N)
* a hopeless drunk (62,F,50,N)
* saying no without the "e" (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to cut off the top of ones finger (71,M,25,N)
* to clean up a spill without any household item (79,,,)
* nope without an "e" (84,F,22,N)
* v, to nod off for a nap (83,M,43,N)
* a constantly disheveled person whose mind is always elsewhere, an absent minded genius (109,M,36,Y)
* verb- to halt (110,F,29,N)
* to take a nap. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* HEAD ANOTHER WORD FOR A HEAD THAT HAS BEEN CUT OFF AND PLANTED IN A THE GROUND IN A CERAMONY TO PRAISE EVIL (125,F,,N)
* slang for no (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* refusal to mop (126,M,51,Y)

Strike:
* to strike the forehead with one's knuckle (37,M,53,N)
* to cut off the top of ones finger (71,M,25,N)
* to hit with a stick. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to strike sharply with a spoon (76,F,55,N)
* to cut hair by gathering it into a bunch at the top of the head in a band, and then cutting just above the band; the hair style that results. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* v, knock, tap on a surface (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Misc:
* to make fun of (1,,,)
* a kind of plant which resembles the fern (2,,,)
* a mean kind of pig (7,F,10,E) (4,,,)
* loud colors. (17,M,27,E)
* food (a kind of) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a confusion between two or more people (66,F,11,N)
* a huge giant bouncy pillow made for children to jump on (72,F,23,N)
* a bed (78,F,19,N)
* to pray (94,M,56,Y)
* to lay a fabric on a floor (95,M,28,N)
* the wig used by british judges (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* acme (106,M,47,N)
* a feminine man (108,,,)
* to spread thoroughly over a surface (113,F,24,N)
* to scold, to punish or chastize. (119,M,51,N)
* a name for a very difficult mental process (We are nopping through this problem)The idea is you get a spark, then stumble (This idea just nopped me) (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* the uppermost part of the neck, directly below the skull. (128,M,39,Y)
* sounds like a verb form: reprimand (137,M,,N)

* a computing abbreviation for "no operation", ie "do nothing" (92,M,23,N)
* (means "No OPeration" in computer jargon) (118,M,31,N)
* In computers (machine code language), it means No-OPeration. First thing that came to me. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* This means "Don't do anything" in the REXX programming language. (132,M,,N)
* Not OPerational (used in computing) (134,M,41,N)
* This means "nothing". (P) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

plamp
Strike/Bring Together:

* put two heavy things together (2,,,)
* to fasten (9,,,)
* to strike something soft with an open palm (10,F,38,E)
* an exclamation, when everything has gone wrong, and plans have fallen apart. Also, an adjective describing the flattened state of a fallen house of cards: the result of the collapse of a tenuous structure (11,M,46,E)
* the sound your bag makes when you drop it in the foyer after a hard day (18, M, 51, N)
* onomatopoeia: soft, flexible object with smooth surface slapping against metal (26, M, 23, N)
* to tie two things together (36,F,26,N)
* fall on a plank (41,,,)
* to flatten (earth) by stamping on it. Probably by association with Dutch "(aan)plempen". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* to fall flatly / a small amount of something flAT (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* the sound made when a plump person lands on the ground (67,F,37,Y/N)
* like cataplamp sound of dropping (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to place a pet into it's bed. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* v, dropping into a sofa where you are planning on being planted the rest of the evening (83,M,43,N)
* to collide wetly (92,M,23,N)
* to pack soil (95,M,28,N)
* the bridge connecting two jungle gyms. (97,M,26,N)

Heavy:
* someone who is overweight (1,,,)
* put two heavy things together (2,,,)
* fat or obese (6,,,)
* The sound your bag makes when you drop it in the foyer after a hard day (18, M, 51, N)
* fat stationary object (52,M,18,Y/N)
* to flatten (earth) by stamping on it. Probably by association with Dutch "(aan)plempen". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* the sound made when a plump person lands on the ground (67,F,37,Y/N)
* beyond plump (79,,,)
* the aura of a person who has lost weight but still appears chubby to their friends (80,F,54,N)

Flat:
* wilted edges of lettuce or spinach (8,,,)
* to strike something soft with an open palm (10,F,38,E)
* an exclamation, when everything has gone wrong, and plans have fallen apart. Also, an adjective describing the flattened state of a fallen house of cards: the result of the collapse of a tenuous structure (11,M,46,E)
* fall on a plank (41,,,)
* to flatten (earth) by stamping on it. Probably by association with Dutch "(aan)plempen". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* to fall flatly / a small amount of something flAT (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* v, dropping into a sofa where you are planning on being planted the rest of the evening (83,M,43,N)

Orderly/Disorderly:
* to arrange one's hair (3,,,)
* loose glasses that slide on the nose (4,,,)
* wilted edges of lettuce or spinach (8,,,)
* an exclamation, when everything has gone wrong, and plans have fallen apart. Also, an adjective describing the flattened state of a fallen house of cards: the result of the collapse of a tenuous structure (11,M,46,E)
* think about superfluous things, day dreaming. (17,M,27,E)
* to place something or oneself into a situation that is incongruous. In social interactions, the act by which a person joins a party of other people or a conversation, when they are not invited and are not aware of the membership rules or social rules that are being adhered to by the group. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Immobile:
* the wall of a fort (5,,,)
* to sit on a couch and watch TV (7,F,10,E)
* to fasten (9,,,)
* fat stationary object (52,M,18,Y/N)
* to stop water by plugging a leak (62,F,50,N)
* a blood clot (78,F,19,N)
* v, dropping into a sofa where you are planning on being planted the rest of the evening (83,M,43,N)

Blocked Liquid:
* a sudden or one off release of water, usually from above (15,F,37,E/N)
* to stop water by plugging a leak (62,F,50,N)
* a blood clot (78,F,19,N)
* to collide wetly (92,M,23,N)

Misc:
* an adult halloween costume (12,F,29,N)
* a hole (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a rich women with servants (50,M,15,N)
* grass that's dried up (66,F,11,N)
* (noun, verb) a loud off-key note sounded by brass instruments (72,F,23,N)
* a stuffed fowl that has been dropped on the floor (71,M,25,N)
* n. food residue on one's fingers. "The slow-roasted chicken left its greasy plamp upon our hands." (77,M,40,N)
* an appliance. (84,F,22,N)
* sexy under garments (93,F,52,N)
* a meeting in the woods (94,M,56,Y)
* a type of mushroom found only in the thell. (99,F,43,Y/N)

plork
Drop:

* to drop cubes of bread into a bowl of soup (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* to slam your hand down hard (108,,,)
* when a bird lands awkwardly, it plorks, or, when putting something down and it kind of drops by accident (109,M,36,Y)
* verb- to drop something from your hand onto the ground (110,F,29,N)
* to drop abruptly onto the top (113,F,24,N)
* the sound a heavy, dense object makes when dropped into water (116,F,15,N)
* to drop with deliberqation things into a pond or similar body of water. (119,M,51,N)
* Reminds me of something like "Plotch!", the sound of a thick soup falling on the floor. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* The noise overripe fruit makes when it hits the ground. (133,F,49,N)
* sound of rock falling into water (141,M,20,N)

Sound:
* a plorking sound (101,M,48,N)
* onomatopoeic: sound made when boots are removed from mud (106,M,47,N)
* the sound a heavy, dense object makes when dropped into water (116,F,15,N)
* Reminds me of something like "Plotch!", the sound of a thick soup falling on the floor. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* The noise overripe fruit makes when it hits the ground. (133,F,49,N)
* sound of rock falling into water (141,M,20,N)

Put, Place:
* The stuff the cat leaves on it's plate when it's finished eating. (132,M,,N)
* This is a little ornament in a game. One moves the plork onto a new field. In another game one can win plorks. (N) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* To place payment for food or drink on the counter in an unfriendly manner. (134,M,41,N)
* the process of inserting a pimento into an olive (140,M,,N)
* to deposite a viscous substance in an unrestrained fashion. (128,M,39,Y)

Animals:
* a small fresh-water mouse with a long and thin horn on its forehead, which reminds me of a friend who said:" A tooth that grows on a head is called 'horn' (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* pork. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* a fatty undercooked piece of pork plopped on a plate (126,M,51,Y)
* verb to do with animals (137,M,,N)

Misc:
* adj, s.t. disgusting, obscene (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* somewhat pliable stopper; in between a plug and a cork. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* ANOTHER WORD FOR BORE WILD GAME (125,F,,N)
* to hammer (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* to shorten (135,F,29,Y)

preet
Proper/Picky/Groom:
* someone who is prim and proper (1,,,)
* to preen (6,,,)
* picky, perfectionistic (10,F,38,E)
* prim and proper (12,F,29,N)
* to decorate (17,M,27,E)
* v. to strut in an egotistical way (27, M, 61, N)
* preen (40,M,20,N)
* to groom (41,,,)
* refined (I'm probably thinking of Sanskrit vs. Prakrit [or something like that] tho the meaning is reversed) (46,M,17,Y/N)
* vain (50,M,15,N)
* arrange (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to preen while tweeting (67,F,37,Y/N)
* (of a bird): to preen obsessively. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to make pets pretty (79,,,)
* v, to strut around prissily (83,M,43,N)
* to preen, for a parakeet. (84,F,22,N)
* a word derived from "preen", which specifically describes the way in which a bird with the large, curved beak of a parrot or lorikeet, performs that action. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* to fix and beutify superficially an object to make it attractive to potentiAl buyers (104,M,53,N,Spanish)

Feminine/Pretty:
* someone who is prim and proper (1,,,)
* a seductive walk (3,,,)
* to preen (6,,,)
* sounds like something a woman would do (9,,,)
* preen (40,M,20,N)
* v. to behave in a cute or pretty manner, to flirt innocently (51,M,27,N)
* cute (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* adj. Carribbean slang. pretty. "Very preet, miss." (77,M,40,N)
* to make pets pretty (79,,,)
* gesture of sexual availability or self satisfaction (95,M,28,N)
* to fix and beutify superficially an object to make it attractive to potentiAl buyers (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (preen, pretty.) (109,M,36,Y)
* v: to speak in an effeminate manner (107,F,46,N)

Birds:
* a species in South America resembling a parrot (5,,,)
* bird food (8,,,)
* the bone used in parakeet's cages (62,F,50,N)
* to pry open a parrot (71,M,25,N)
* (of a bird): to preen obsessively. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* to preen, for a parakeet. (84,F,22,N)
* a word derived from "preen", which specifically describes the way in which a bird with the large, curved beak of a parrot or lorikeet, performs that action. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* an Amazon bird. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Talk:
* v. to behave in a cute or pretty manner, to flirt innocently (51,M,27,N)
* talk (or more similar) mindless chatter (92,M,23,N)
* to talk casually. "Come preet awhile." Also, to preet with another: They had a long preet. (101,M,48,N)
* v: to speak in an effeminate manner (107,F,46,N)

Small:
* a small, tiny sound (2,,,)
* to walk on tip toes (4,,,)
* a quick flirting glance, e.g. "all it took was one preet and I was all hers" (72,F,23,N)
* small, lovely, young animal (113,F,24,N)

Whistle:
* a small, tiny sound (2,,,)
* sound of a whistle (94,M,56,Y)
* verb- to make a high noise like a whistle (110,F,29,N)

Animal:
* glossy physical appearance of an animal (108,,,)
* small, lovely, young animal (113,F,24,N)

Misc:
* to bind (7,F,10,E)
* to assume a surly, superior air, revealing instead insecurity (11,M,46,E)
* meaning very or too much (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* if taken as "preyet" = fermenting? ? / a chemical? (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to pretend (78,F,19,N)
* act of appearing satisfied when presenting a gift of candy to another who is known to have a sweet tooth (80,F,54,N)
* a sour and acidic flavor. (97,M,26,N)
* advisor to royality (106,M,47,N)
* v, paying focused attention, shooting (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to prance around on tiptoe (116,F,15,N)

rammop:

rammop
Pack, Jam:

* (ram up, jam up) (109,M,36,Y)
* an instrument used to push sausage through a forming tube (113,F,24,N)
* a noisy and hasty packing up (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* a horisontal-horned ram. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* to prod (135,F,29,Y)

Commotion:
* v, to destruct, damage (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* romp around, horse play (121,M,22,N)
* make a commotion (124,F,15,N)
* Act of looking for your car keys when you're really in a hurry. (132,M,,N)

Repetitive Motion:
* to search through a long text for a short sentence or paragraph (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* verb- to gallop (110,F,29,N)
* to row (French for oar is rame) (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)

Mop, Vacuum:
* when you gotta mop the floor cause somebody said so (126,M,51,Y)
* a type of wet vacuum for mechanically cleaning tile floors. (128,M,39,Y)
* A device for rapidly cleaning large areas of tiled floor. (134,M,41,N)

Misc:
* fire torch (106,M,47,N)
* A LINE OF DEFENCE A ROW OF GAURDS OR SOMETHING FROM THAT SOURT OF VIEW (125,F,,N)
* synonym for calloon (140,M,,N)
* a lot of images - all associated with the word fragments. One of these meanings could be a form of brush (137,M,,N)

* the translitteration of a Hebrew word meaning to completely vanquish an adversary. (119,M,51,N)

rapple
Repetitive Motion:

* a moving liquid (2,,,)
* a game (3,,,)
* the top of the insect's mouth which is usually rigid (5,,,)
* to give off money (7,F,10,E)
* utensil to peel vegetables or fruit (8,,,)
* to gab (9,,,)
* the sound of rain on the roof (10,F,38,E)
* a lighting effect, where soft lights create small spots of luminated areas (20, F, 27, N)
* rappel (40,M,20,N)
* to cause something to form wrinkles (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* v.t. to beat on in place of, or in imitation of a drum. esp. in reference to teenage males. (77,M,40,N)
* the sound of someone knocking at your door. (84,F,22,N)
* a coarse but even texture pressed into soil or another soft surface by large machinery. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Sound/Language
* the sound of rain on the roof (10,F,38,E)
* a sound which is reedy and made in nature (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* a press release from Apple Computer (37,M,53,N)
* to talk very fast and fluently, so that nobody except the participants can understand it. "As soon as her brother came off the train, they started rappling". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* a fantasy story (66,F,11,N)
* v.t. to beat on in place of, or in imitation of a drum. esp. in reference to teenage males. (77,M,40,N)
* ultra-modern jazz tune (79,,,)
* the sound of someone knocking at your door. (84,F,22,N)

Fruit Vegetables:
* the hybrid between raspberries and apples (4,,,)
* utensil to peel vegetables or fruit (8,,,)
* the skin of an apple (12,F,29,N)
* rope-food (41,,,)
* mochila (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a windfall apple that hits someone (71,M,25,N)
* dried edibles from once-moist food products (80,F,54,N)

Cover:
* utensil to peel vegetables or fruit (8,,,)
* shrink wrapping (11,M,46,E)
* the skin of an apple (12,F,29,N)
* mochila (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a horizontal interference line on a vcr tape (95,M,28,N)

Destruction:
* to mess up (6,,,)
* to puncture / catch and hook (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to tear (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* crumble. (97,M,26,N)

Fight:
* to fight with someone (36,F,26,N)
* apply force (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to bring order to a disorderly horde (62,F,50,N)
* v, a scuffle (83,M,43,N)

Garbage:
* n. a residue, a leftover, as in the scrapings of container such as a barrel (27, M, 61, N)
* garbage (94,M,56,Y)

Sweets/Stimulants:
* a type of candy (1,,,)
* stimulants in certain foods. (17,M,27,E)
* a dessert made of peanuts, caramel, and melted ice cream, served in New England. (75,M,37,Y/N)

Running Liquid
* a moving liquid (2,,,)
* pouring beer slowly so you don't get too much foam (18, M, 51, N)

Misc:
* one of those things that you put on to do hang gliding or whatever its called (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to acquire the necessary member of a set, which, when completed, will give a prize, by trickery. (47,M,20,E/N)
* to climb (50,M,15,N)
* (verb) to warm up, e.g. "after the sun came out, the water soon rappled" (72,F,23,N)
* to fix (78,F,19,N)
* succeed (92,M,23,N)

rost
Heat/Cold:
* a hot beverage (1,,,)
* to cool in a prescribed manner (6,,,)
* to cook over a fire (7,F,10,E)
* cook (9,,,)
* embers (10,F,38,E)
* v. to purposefully stand in the smoke of a barbeque to enjoy the aroma and to drench one's clothes in the aroma (51,M,27,N)
* (roast) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* roasted veg (foreign food esp from switzerland) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* cooking (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* the act of cooking toast in an oven (71,M,25,N)
* not to be confused with rose... this has nothing to do with flowers. to strike a match gently. (86,F,40,N)

Roster:
* a group or collection. (20, F, 27, N)
* roster, list a form of roll call of names (22, F, , N)
* a list (36,F,26,N)
* roster, listing (44,M,79,N/Y)
* a secret list (62,F,50,N)
* a short list of names (80,F,54,N)
* a list of attendees. (97,M,26,N)

Rest:
* a kind of fungus grown on tropical trees (5,,,)
* to cool in a prescribed manner (6,,,)
* to sit and let season (8,,,)
* embers (10,F,38,E)
* a place to put papers (78,F,19,N)

Bird:
* a large bird (3,,,)
* a type of bird (12,F,29,N)
* n. the beak of a raptor bird or the fang of a predator (27, M, 61, N)

Guide:
* direction, guidance (11,M,46,E)
* a map (17,M,27,E)
* past tense of "ross", meaning "to desire to prove someone wrong" (47,M,20,E/N)

Remainder/ Rust:
* what is left over after the oil is changed (4,,,)
* embers (10,F,38,E)
* the parts of plants that are inedible to humans, that are fed to livestock. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* Brit. rust (77,M,40,N)

Misc:
* wrestle with (2,,,)
* instant (41,,,)
* money (46,M,17,Y/N)
* a bass-type fish (50,M,15,N)
* height / increase /a prop of some sort (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* to purposely confuse and mislead in ruins or wreckage (79,,,)
* v, to take advantage of your employer (after dan rostenkowski, former congressman) (83,M,43,N)
* turn-ish (92,M,23,N)
* a street address (93,F,52,N)
* to cross over (94,M,56,Y)
* ruffle (95,M,28,N)

rulp
Belch/Gulp:

* v: to swallow back a belch (107,F,46,N)
* (sounds like gulp, rump, rolf, roll up.) It's the sound air makes when it goes through a liquid, like gas coming up thru a swamp, or through lava. (109,M,36,Y)
* obs. A kind of belch emitted by patrons of scottish pubs in the late eighteenth century. (119,M,51,N)
* to vomite or regurgitate (121,M,22,N)
* a stifled yelp/gulp (126,M,51,Y)
* to burp (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* Burp! (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* If you're not feeling well, and the air from your stomach comes up, you're rulping. (V) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* gulp (138,M,52,Y,Chinese)
* something puppied do when eating (142,F,50,N)

Sound:
* the sound one makes when scared (108,,,)
* v, to drive carelessly, talk crossly (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* the sound an animal makes when startled, especially when attacked (118,M,31,N)
* The audible gasp of someone whose guilt has been discovered (140,M,,N)

Misc:
* special chair used only by the mayor of a large cty (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* pulpy fruit (106,M,47,N)
* verb- to dig (110,F,29,N)
* to tear away from someone abruptly (113,F,24,N)
* anything stump-shaped but elegantly carved-out by nature v,n, aj, -- anything combining extreme obscenity and orgiac joy< but in a good-natured, Rablaisesque way. (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* a newly-sprouting tulip. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* A TREE SETTING IN THE CENTER OF A FIELD LEADING TO THIS BIG CASTLE BUETIFUL IN THE LIGHT EVIL BY THE NIGHT (125,F,,N)
* A bunch of balled-up tissues on the bathroom counter. Also refers to clothes that have been left on the bathroom floor. (132,M,,N)
* To strike with a yielding object, such as a rubber mallet. (134,M,41,N)
* behaviour of an animal (137,M,,N)
* to reduce a material to its base consituents through a process of pressing and shredding between serrated rollers. (128,M,39,Y)

rummer
Rum:

* one who likes to drink rum (1,,,)
* person who makes rum (2,,,)
* a person addicted to rum (3,,,)
* a person who runs illegal rum (6,,,)
* container for rum (9,,,)

Loud Noise:
* a person who is a drummer (7,F,10,E)
* the engine of a vehicle (10,F,38,E)

Misc:
* a fat hard-shelled animal (4,,,)
* grass clippings (5,,,)
* a ramp-type guide made of rubber (8,,,)

sant
Up/Down:

* to settle down (2,,,)
* a tool used to pump out the sewer (5,,,)
* elevated and before the rest in a series (11,M,46,E)
* the pillar of a drawbridge (62,F,50,N)

Static:
* to settle down (2,,,)
* static (17,M,27,E)
* adj. completely relaxed, limp, supine (27, M, 61, N)
* the pillar of a drawbridge (62,F,50,N)
* quietly reserved. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* dependable (92,M,23,N)
* the mood of a student sitting at a university computer (90,F,23,N,Australian)

Motion:
* a dance step (1,,,)
* to fly (7,F,10,E)
* a deft sideways motion (10,F,38,E)
* to go somewhere (78,F,19,N)
* adjective- fast or speedy (110,F,29,N)
* a state of mind in which one is strongly determined to execute an action (111,M,21,Y/N)

Prayer/Blessing
* to pray (12,F,29,N)
* to bless (40,M,20,N)
* santo, Mexican icon (44,M,79,N/Y)
* a French saint (71,M,25,N)
* to worship in a church or other religious-purpose building (80,F,54,N)
* a place to meditate (93,F,52,N)
* a white robe used in religeous ceremonies (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (sounds like saint, scent. A heavenly smell. You may not be able to use my stuff. I'm just too playful, and use associations to words I already know. When I try not to do that, then I have a hard time coming up with a definition.) (109,M,36,Y)

Message/Meaning/Knowledge:
* a message (3,,,)
* for something to have a second meaning (6,,,)
* verb: talk just enough in a meeting to sound like a contributor while saying nothing (70,,,) ?
* fairly knowledgable person. (84,F,22,N)

Location:
* next to, besides. (20, F, 27, N)
* a place of some sort (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a place to meditate (93,F,52,N)

Alcohol:
* a dark purple winelike drink which brings on wild hallucinations (72,F,23,N)
* an alcoholic drink originating in Spain. (97,M,26,N)

Health:
* healthy--maybe to the point of being manic (99,F,43,Y/N)
* adj, sober, healthy (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Misc:
* the sound a horse makes when eating (4,,,)
* the exact measure of a pinchful (8,,,)
* furry animal (9,,,)
* adj. - 1. white; 2. hard and flat (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* able (41,,,)
* expansive and empty (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* a mood (60,M,49,Y/N)
* shush of an ant (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* potential for penetration of an animal's canine teeth. "The Doberman's sant is greater than that of the Labrador." (77,M,40,N)
* someone giving gifts from a sack; the act of doing so (79,,,)
* it got sant in the mail at 3:00 (81,M,25,N)
* short (94,M,56,Y)
* clock graveyard (95,M,28,N)
* strangle (106,M,47,N)
* high-brow (108,,,)
* cruel and heartless (113,F,24,N)

sarl
Sarcasm/Snarl/Wit:

* this one sounds like a cross between surly and snarl. Sarl doesn't sound so negative though. I'd say it's a smile that looks deceptively happy that hides a darker emotion. A smirk doesn't hide its disapproval. (109,M,36,Y)
* verb, to stick tongue out, to stare at, (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to say something sarcastic and witty (113,F,24,N)
* an unruly state, "he was in a sarl today." (111,M,21,Y/N)
* the expression on one's mouth when the lip is curled and the person is angry, ornery, or mean (116,F,15,N)
* a sad snarl. to snarl sadly. (119,M,51,N)
* a group snarl as: let'S aaAll snaRL (126,M,51,Y) (126,M,51,Y)
* A teaser,someone who is teasing (N) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

Cloth:
* a snarl in a sari (103,F,32,N)
* a piece of cloth, worn like a skirt by males or females (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* snarled sail (106,M,47,N)
* The thing that happens when the plastic wrap sticks to itself as you try to get it out of the box. (132,M,,N)
* The covering on top of a ricksha (140,M,,N)
* when sailing and any one of the sails loses it wind and becomes tangled. (142,F,50,N)

Tool, Instrument:
* n: an agricultural tool (107,F,46,N)
* a musical instrument (108,,,)

Swirl:
* the litte rainbow colored swirls usually caused by oil that float on calm water. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* a twisting, concentric pattern that tends to open outward; the opposite of whirl. (128,M,39,Y)

Misc:
* a kind of desert terrain; to travel on the sarl a thing that goes on the sarl: sarlwalker (101,M,48,N)
* a proper name,male (posibly remembered from a character in a sci-fi book?) (110,F,29,N)
* military title; leader of the 'rough ones'; like a captain of a contingent of commandos. (118,M,31,N)
* n, a sea animal with very long tusks,tusks themselves 2. a Nordic boat shaped as a sarl (long and sharply rugged) aj. -- oblong, long but somehow like a saw v. -- move about like a sarl with noises and runts but with a certain grace and swiftness (A swimmer was sarling around) (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* a celestial body (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* A WAY OF LIVING. LIKE A LIFESTYLE ITS A CHOICE. (THE WOMAN HAS A SARL LIFESTYLE.) (125,F,,N)
* Could be used for someone who is usually babbling nonsense..: "I think this guy's a sarl" (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* Soil made up of small rocks; gravel or scree. (133,F,49,N)
* To insert one's insert one's finger (into object) up to the first knuckle (134,M,41,N)
* verb: to damage, harm (137,M,,N)
* A rock outcropping over a trail used as a landmark. {This is my second trip here. I had to quit the first before I finished. Thinking about the word, It reminded me of a snake's head slipping out through a hole. I think I read something by you about words from snake sounds. Also, there is the word knarl. I suppose that makes it a knarled snake head.} (138,M,63,N)
* a yellow-green vegetable of some kind (141,M,20,N)

* "from the root "ciarl"(karil), a welsh word indicating payment in advance for services to be rendered in the future, usually without need or want of a formal contract. adj- "sarline" used to describe a transaction made in "good-faith", usually not within the common market. No verb form exists, however, as "nath math ciarl (sarl)", it was used to distinguish that one was betrayed, or "suckered", e.g. Thormid cian nath math ciarl Mhaired tha uine ba'ta., and therefore could be determined as a verbal, as gerunds were not a distinct part of speech. (speculative etymology by Fr. 215) (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* société anonyme à responsabilité limitée (french acronym for limited liability company) (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)

shob
Rid:

* an abandoned old rotting wood cabin, now overrun with weeds and slugs (72,F,23,N)
* M.E: the action a person carries when a slob is near; to run away. (74,N,25,N,Soanish)
* to foist work off onto another person. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* v.t. to cut the greens from tubers. (77,M,40,N)
* homeless (97,M,26,N)
* to not show up, to ditch an event or person (109,M,36,Y)
* to Chop off. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* THIS WAS A MORE CIVIL WAY OF DEALING WITH THEIR DEAD THIS EVIL GROUP USED THE WORD SHOB AS A WORD FOR BURRING PROPERLY (125,F,,N)

Irritation:
* to irritate (78,F,19,N)
* anyone who devises toruous linguistic exercises (79,,,)
* a nincompoop. (84,F,22,N)
* a Jewish hoodlum. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* make sad (95,M,28,N)

Shove:
* to shove off w/the feet while walking (67,F,37,Y/N)
* shoving (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to push someone face first into a wall (71,M,25,N)
* v, to drop, fall (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)

Footwear:
* any piece of footware which impedes the movement of the wearer. (128,M,39,Y)
* Adjective describing high-gloss boots two days after they have been shined. (134,M,41,N)

Misc:
* the mouth (94,M,56,Y)
* shawl used by jews during quilp prayer (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* look into the distance of time- forward, prognosticate (106,M,47,N)
* a type of spider (108,,,)
* noun- a handle (110,F,29,N)
* adj: a slang word used by urban teenagers to express approbation. Synonyms: neat, cool, awesome. (107,F,46,N)
* a person of excellent taste (113,F,24,N)
* a person who specializes in repairing old timepieces. v. To repair such an item. (119,M,51,N)
* a cobble-stone or a snowball -- weighty and spheric (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* You take it with you when you go shobbing. (132,M,,N)
* hot (actually exists in some Arabic dialects) (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* sloppy snob (126,M,51,Y)
* the neck of a dolt (140,M,,N)
* walking style (137,M,,N)

shong
Clothing:
* a type of asian shoe; has velvet straps and goes between the first and second toe,kind of a velvet flipflop (67,F,37,Y/N)
* an article of clothing (93,F,52,N)
* a silk dress with a high neckline; also a type of weaving used to make medium-stiff silk fabric. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* an article of clothing; to cloak or cover (101,M,48,N)
* a shimmering long evening dress that goes only over one shoulder. (109,M,36,Y)
* a type of sandal, most commonly worn with sarongs (103,F,32,N)
* worman apparal- long, flowing, semi-formal (106,M,47,N)
* noun-a womans dress (110,F,29,N)
* a type of shoe made from soft, leathery materials. footwear that is quite 'comfy'. (118,M,31,N)
* a flowing robe (135,F,29,Y)
* article of clothing (137,M,,N)
* an item of clothing -- like a skirt (139,,,)
* a dark or grey kimono (141,M,20,N)

Asia:
* a type of asian shoe; has velvet straps and goes between the first and second toe,kind of a velvet flipflop (67,F,37,Y/N)
* some sort of apparel worn by equatorial islanders. (84,F,22,N)
* a term used to describe cheap goods of poor quality produced in Hong Kong during the 1960's. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* Cantonese orange silk overcoat. noun. (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* an ancient Chinese condom made of hemp. (97,M,26,N)
* n. a kind of short Oriental knife with a broad blade. v. (onomatopeic)precipitate into a mass of something like water (or rather diving into a waterfall), high grass, snowdrift etc. (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* a dark or grey kimono (141,M,20,N)

Sex:
* tight underwear (71,M,25,N)
* slang: to commit date rape (75,M,37,Y/N)
* silent dildo (79,,,)
* a strap worn by males to cover or protect their genitalia (80,F,54,N)
* an ancient Chinese condom made of hemp. (97,M,26,N)
* v: (slang) to penetrate sexually with long, slow strokes (107,F,46,N)

Sound:
* a noise that echoes (66,F,11,N)
* like the sound of a cymbal (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to stutter (78,F,19,N)
* n, an oriental instrument (83,M,43,N)
* to "serenade" with a derisive song. (119,M,51,N)
* A MUSICAL INSTUMENT USED TO ANNOUNCE A PRESENCE (125,F,,N)
* sound of a dropped shovel on a 45 degree angled roof (126,M,51,Y)
* Sounds like nudging or shaking someone. (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* The sound made by an arrow striking a wooden target. (134,M,41,N)
* sounding like a dull object falling down a long metal chute (140,M,,N)

Straps:
* a type of asian shoe; has velvet straps and goes between the first and second toe,kind of a velvet flipflop (67,F,37,Y/N)
* v.t. to unwind a length of rope. shonged shonging N. a length of rope so unwound. (77,M,40,N)
* a strap worn by males to cover or protect their genitalia (80,F,54,N)
* a type of sandal, most commonly worn with sarongs (103,F,32,N)

Leave/Cut Off:
* verb: put underlings "in their place" (70,,,) ?
* the past tense word for go. (86,F,40,N)
* move downwards or away quickly (92,M,23,N)
* adj, empty (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* to kick out (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Misc:
* a long stick (94,M,56,Y)
* startle (95,M,28,N)
* to comb the hair (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* a metal kitchen tool (108,,,)
* to walk with a slouch (113,F,24,N)
* the photo-mechanical response of plant tissue to light. (128,M,39,Y)
* The act of throwing a long piece of driftwood you've found on the beach into the water. Very satisfying. Wait for it to come back in and shong and shong again. (132,M,,N)
* A relative of the snake. It is a dangerous animal, with very big thongs (probably spelled wrong. If so read teeth.) (N) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* A sheet metal guide placed on either side of a larger opening directing that which passes through to a smaller opening. example: The cows were herded from the pen, through the shong and to their milk stations. The sound something would make as it passed through it. (138,M,63,N)
* hail storm (142,F,50,N)

soss
Wet:

* to soak something as to spray with a hose until it becomes soss (6,,,)
* something wet (9,,,)
* to wade (10,F,38,E)

Cooking:
* an Indian cooking method (like frying) (5,,,)
* a pan (7,F,10,E)
* a spice (8,,,)

Misc:
* a children's game (1,,,)
* bitter (2,,,)
* a head covering (3,,,)
* to fling a stone (4,,,)

spreck
Dust/Spray:

* to spray with paint, ink,etc (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a small bit of flotsam spewed by someone pronouncing certain plosive consonants. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a dot (78,F,19,N)
* the dammed spot that went out (79,,,)
* a small sugar crystal (80,F,54,N)
* n, a grain of sugar (83,M,43,N)
* a collection of small splatters of something, a splash (92,M,23,N)
* a small piece of dust. (97,M,26,N)
* (sounds like speck, sprinkle, or speak in German.) (109,M,36,Y)
* the splashes that accumulate on a bathroom mirror. A splash mark on a shiny surface. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* v, to stain (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* water spray (108,,,)

Talk:
* speak (German homophonic corruption) (84,F,22,N)
* small talk (94,M,56,Y)
* speak (106,M,47,N)
* (sounds like speck, sprinkle, or speak in German.) (109,M,36,Y)

German:
* to choke on German chewing gum (71,M,25,N)
* speak (German homophonic corruption) (84,F,22,N)
* (sounds like speck, sprinkle, or speak in German.) (109,M,36,Y)

Pull/Lift:
* to pull weeds (91,F,,N)
* to lift a car's hood (95,M,28,N)
* a lever in a wooden machine (104,M,53,N,Spanish)

Misc:
* something special that was given to you by a relative or friend (66,F,11,N)
* not my personal preference of male anatomy (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* of course this reminds me of shipreck. it has nothing to do with ships. it means to learn at a fast pace. so a teacher would describe a student as a spreck learner. :) (86,F,40,N)
* adj: tidy; precise; irreproachable (107,F,46,N)
* verb- to look for (110,F,29,N)
* to shake about with abandon (113,F,24,N)

* this is too close to "spreche" (Ger. sprechen)to speak (77,M,40,N)

sumble
Walking/Dancing:

* a dance (3,,,)
* to walk slowly (4,,,)
* to scramble up (5,,,)
* another word for tumble (7,F,10,E)
* to wander around at a leisurely pace (10,F,38,E)
* a verb meaning movement probably of an animal on land moving through tall grass and undergrowth (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* a swaggering walk, almost stumbling (25, F, 37, N)
* sumble: vi. - to move like a caterpillar (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* an acrobatic movement (36,F,26,N)
* to stumble around lumberingly (41,,,)
* a verb of some sort, having to do with motion (47,M,20,E/N)
* walking not picking up your feet (62,F,50,N)
* v. to walk carelessly and without a particular destination in mind (65,M,34,Y/N)
* to enter [a room] sheepishly and sluggishly (67,F,37,Y/N)
* movement form the body (78,F,19,N)
* verb. To trip or stumble whilst not looking where you were going. Almost invariable due to the fact that you have your head down in an act of self deprication and humbling subservience. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Quiet/Humble/Small:
* sleep (9,,,)
* approach with humility (11,M,46,E)
* lazily satisfied (12,F,29,N)
* quiet, standing still (13, M, 22, N,Portuguese)
* small (14, M,31,N)
* sounds like humble so it probably describes someone who really needs to be humble. (18, M, 51, N)
* a violet Spring flower. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* "light" snafu (49,,N)
* v. to utter insults under the breath at a nearby person such that they cannot hear (51,M,27,N)
* a hushed, frightened phrase (52,M,18,Y/N)
* to muse; "he sat smoking his pipe and sumbling". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* various poor-quality (things) (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* shy or sublime? (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* to enter [a room] sheepishly and sluggishly (67,F,37,Y/N)
* noun: feeling when remembering embarrasing moment (70,,,) ?
* sounds like somber (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to hum softly to a child to encourage sleep (72,F,23,N)
* to mumble in one's sleep. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* stumble? humble? (84,F,22,N)
* verb. To trip or stumble whilst not looking where you were going. Almost invariable due to the fact that you have your head down in an act of self deprication and humbling subservience. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* quiet (92,M,23,N)
* the action performed by those who mumble due to an excess of saliva (96,F,29,N)

Gathering:
* to put in order (1,,,)
* quiet gathering of people (2,,,)
* a dance (3,,,)
* able to be summed or added (6,,,)
* to gather together, or the total sum of a jumble! (8,,,)
* a mixture of odd items, without a common theme (20, F, 27, N)
* sumble: n. - a small pile of complex objects (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* n. any item that is taken up, gathered, or assimilated, v. to gather (27, M, 61, N)
* v. accidently finding something you didn't know was lost (30, F, 22, N)
* various poor-quality (things) (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* to bump into someone who has a lisp (71,M,25,N)
* undefined quantity, as in a sumble of grapes. more than a few. (77,M,40,N)
* v, to build a prototype, quicky assemble (83,M,43,N)

Approximate/ Chance:
* approximations of details, so as not to muggle a story. (37,M,53,N)
* to throw dice in craps (38,M,59,Y)
* to attempt to impersonate but without much hope of success. (45,M,29,N)

Stumble:
* stutter (58,F,19,Y)
* verb. To trip or stumble whilst not looking where you were going. Almost invariable due to the fact that you have your head down in an act of self deprication and humbling subservience. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* fall embarassingly (97,M,26,N)

Hot:
* type of desert (50,M,15,N)
* a humid day (66,F,11,N)

Slow/Feeble/Bland:
* dreamy (I'm sure this has something to do with "slumber") (46,M,17,Y/N)
* means isolation, ego, honour, seeds, but +u + mb adds such concepts as downness, lowness, feebleness (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* the food one is eating is flat or bland. It definds an oral sensation with eating. (86,F,40,N)
* withered (94,M,56,Y)

Misc:
* silky texture (17,M,27,E)
* physical appearance (40,M,20,N)
* a really nice thing to do with a special soneone (60,M,49,Y/N)
* sexual fight; realizations that depend entirely on one's mood and are then gone (79,,,)
* a verbal mistake that is caught and corrected before a wrong word is actually spoken (80,F,54,N)
* a song that you hum to; you've made it up, the words are in your head, known only to you, and if the tune sounds like another ditty, that is alright! (82,F,17,N)
* eating with the mouth full (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* to polish a stone (91,F,,N)
* restless sleep (93,F,52,N)
* take apart (95,M,28,N)
* to mutter a half-truth or a partial lie (99,F,43,Y/N)

tam
Covering:

* something an Irish person wears (1,,,)
* the underneath layer of bark on trees (5,,,)
* a small hat (6,,,)
* roof rack (9,,,)
* This is an English--at least Scottish word. It's a hat. (18, M, 51, N)

Touch:
* the foot of an Arctic animal (4,,,)
* a small drum (10,F,38,E)
* pat with the hand (11,M,46,E)
* drum. (14, M,31,N)

Care For:
* pat with the hand (11,M,46,E)
* to pamper (12,F,29,N)

Dark:
* to darken something (2,,,)
* the black stuff that comes off on a rag from metal (8,,,)

Misc:
* a cartoon character (3,,,)
* a kind of mustard (7,F,10,E)
* a kind of tree (13,M,22,N,Portuguese)
* big and strong (17,M,27,E)

teetle
Back and Forth:
* something a baby chews when teething (1,,,)
* take tiny steps (2,,,)
* giggle (3,,,)
* to move from side to side (5,,,)
* a needle threader (8,,,)
* to balance (9,,,)
* see-saw (10,F,38,E)
* wrinkled (17,M,27,E)
* to walk in a brisk but awkward way. (20, F, 27, N)
* to have a little drink (25, F, 37, N)
* vi. - usu. used with 'with' - to tinker or tamper with something that is precarious, or to engage in activity that risks catastrophe (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* to be on the edge (33,M,26,N)
* to lose ones' balance (36,F,26,N)
* to tease by poking, pulling or tweeking at another's body or clothes. or a person who does that teasing. (37,M,53,N)
* almost fall (41,,,)
* to tickle by walking over someone's skin with your fingers. "The little girl likes to be teetled on her neck". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* a verb suggesting dancing or prancing (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* an embroidery stitch (62,F,50,N)
* to teethe, to tear (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* v. to move back and forth, almost losing balance in the process (65,M,34,Y/N)
* when a beetle goes upside down and around a twig or branch (67,F,37,Y/N)
* to be drunk on the edge of a building (71,M,25,N)
* variant of teatle. to suckle the teat. (77,M,40,N)
* movement of stiletto heels when the wearer is standing (80,F,54,N)
* to pick your teeth with a toothpick. (84,F,22,N)
* a way of walking; a particular gait assumed by a person who is walking home after consuming alcohol. Sufficient to induce a merry state, but not enough to earn the description "rolling drunk". (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* to balance precariously (92,M,23,N)
* to waver (94,M,56,Y)

Smallness:
* something a baby chews when teething (1,,,)
* take tiny steps (2,,,)
* giggle (3,,,)
* small, knitted finger coverings (4,,,)
* a needle threader (8,,,)
* to whisper a story to someone (11,M,46,E)
* water on a plant (12,F,29,N)
* to have a little drink (25, F, 37, N)
* the smallest nail of the toes (49,,N)
* a small fruit that tastes sort of like pineapple (50,M,15,N)
* little bug kinda thing (52,M,18,Y/N)
* an embroidery stitch (62,F,50,N)
* when a beetle goes upside down and around a twig or branch (67,F,37,Y/N)
* any of various small designs occurring naturally on tortoise shells. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* drip in variable increments. (97,M,26,N)
* a small amount. (99,F,43,Y/N)

Silly/Sweet:
* something a baby chews when teething (1,,,)
* take tiny steps (2,,,)
* giggle (3,,,)
* silly (6,,,)
* to whisper a story to someone (11,M,46,E)
* v. to chatter in a silly manner (27, M, 61, N)
* to participate in careless behavior. unwilling to take life seriously. (29, M, 23, N)
* to use sexual innuendos in the course of a comedy routine (47,M,20,E/N)
* sillily sexual to the point of arousal (79,,,)
* a way of walking; a particular gait assumed by a person who is walking home after consuming alcohol. Sufficient to induce a merry state, but not enough to earn the description "rolling drunk". (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Kettle:
* when the pot on the stove whistles (66,F,11,N)
* tea kettle (68,F,38,N,Spanish)

Tortoise:
* the name of a turtle (7,F,10,E)
* any of various small designs occurring naturally on tortoise shells. (75,M,37,Y/N)

Misc:
* sum (46,M,17,Y/N)
* get it right (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to make noise through your teeth (78,F,19,N)
* no not teeth. explaining the pace of a runner. (86,F,40,N)
* v, to move quickly, but getting to your goal slowly (83,M,43,N)
* a way to cook food (93,F,52,N)
* bird chirp (95,M,28,N)

thad
Strike:

* hitting with a quick thump (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to slap ones father (71,M,25,N)
* a strong fall (78,F,19,N)
* sound something makes when it doesn't land as hard as expected and disappoints the hearer (80,F,54,N)
* a nickname. short for thaddeus. (84,F,22,N)
* to collide at high force (92,M,23,N)
* a sound of something heavy falling into some foliage or hay (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* ANOTHER WEAPON KIND OF LOOKS LIKE A BAT (125,F,,N)
* almost like 'thud': I intuit a book (137,M,,N)

Person:
* Old English word; meaning uncertain; probably a page or apprentice knight (67,F,37,Y/N)
* n. third eldest son. (77,M,40,N)
* a movie star's first name? (79,,,)
* a male slave (94,M,56,Y)
* a new evil preppie name (95,M,28,N)
* a flaky person (108,,,)
* a man's name (110,F,29,N)
* very sad lad. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* a young man from medieval times (124,F,15,N)
* An uncle or aunt; the sibling of a parent. (134,M,41,N)

Sad:
* not happy (106,M,47,N)
* very sad lad. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* Aw, you poor thing! (132,M,,N)

Corner:
* anything with a sharp metal point (66,F,11,N)
* corner where walls of two different substances meet (e.g., brick and wood) (75,M,37,Y/N)
* "He was thading around a corner". Looking doubtfully around a corner, to see if there's anything weird going on. (Not to see if anyone's in danger.) (V) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)
* a blunt corner (141,M,20,N)

Misc:
* Grecian shorts. (97,M,26,N)
* to insist that a thing is true, whether it is or not (101,M,48,N)
* a small, brown , humble bird (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* n, brown, black, darker coloured thing (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* smooth and clear (113,F,24,N)
* an especially gentle English riding horse. (119,M,51,N)
* 2. A small electronic device of evil purpose 3. a period of extreme heat in a desert of mountains The word doesn't feel to be a verb (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* an old fad (126,M,51,Y)
* demonstrative indicating an object of past, personal possession. (128,M,39,Y)
* the upper jaw (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* the basic unit of thatch (140,M,,N)
* ground covering (142,F,50,N)

thell
Nature:

* arboretum (92,M,23,N)
* where the meadow converges into the forest (99,F,43,Y/N)
* a forest with tall trees and abundant bushes (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* beach-like (108,,,)
* a small rise located in a modest depression of land. (128,M,39,Y)
* leaf (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* a hill (fell?) (137,M,,N)
* A narow "holler". A "holler" (hollow) is a small valley in this part of Kentucky. (138,M,63,N)
* a secret place in a forest (142,F,50,N)

Shell:
* a thin shell (67,F,37,Y/N)
* sawing thumb protector (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a small home made of thatch and mud. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* an exquisite saucer created by a craftsman for royalty (118,M,31,N)
* a bell made of stone (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Spell:
* a person that spends a lot of time thinking (66,F,11,N)
* the belief system that teaches you that you will go to hell, unless you repent to "the Lord", but you must pay for your sins so you will still be banished to hell, but the Lord forgives all (82,F,17,N)
* a manuscript of magical words (111,M,21,Y/N)
* to fall under someone's spell (113,F,24,N)
* A HOLDING PLACE COLD SHORT TERM HOLDING PLACE (125,F,,N)

Yell/Noise:
* to shout (78,F,19,N)
* to extoll. (97,M,26,N)
* (a fell dell from hell. A tolling bell) (109,M,36,Y)
* noun- a loud booming noise (110,F,29,N)
* a bell made of stone (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* Undefined expression of astonished curiosity: "What thell?" (134,M,41,N)
* an intervocalic consonant (140,M,,N)

Sell:
* any act of commerce at a thrift store (80,F,54,N)
* what a vendor with a lisp does. (84,F,22,N)

Measure:
* unit of measure equivalent to 7/8 of a mile. (77,M,40,N)
* a unit of measure of electricity, named after its inventor, William Thell. Often capitalized. Equal to three and one third watts. (119,M,51,N)

Misc:
* to have fallen (Plural) (71,M,25,N)
* garbage-like (79,,,)
* that something is very cold and not to touch it cause it is so cold it could burn you. (86,F,40,N)
* a mode of transportation (93,F,52,N)
* a small cave (94,M,56,Y)
* puddle with grass clippings (95,M,28,N)
* dark and forboding; a number (101,M,48,N)
* craggy (106,M,47,N)
* conj, thus, so (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* thief (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* the karmic state of knowing and being helpless (126,M,51,Y)
* That feeling you get after a long walk on a nice day. (132,M,,N)
* To brush up the nap of woolen cloth (North of England, surely?) (133,F,49,N)
* to harden (135,F,29,Y)

* "Thel" is the subject for the verb "Want" in greek. "Thelo" (pron. Thell-oh) means "I want". (131,M,23,N,Greek)

torg
Heavy/Large/Requiring Force:
* to drag (2,,,)
* a large tool (3,,,)
* a part of an automobile engine (4,,,)
* to pull or tighten (6,,,)
* to rip or tear (7,F,10,E)
* a tool, as in heavy equipment (8,,,)
* club (9,,,)
* a type of screwdriver (10,F,38,E)
* painfully twisted, like ironwood (which resembles sinews) (11,M,46,E)
* to bother somebody (12,F,29,N)
* verb. to pull the belt on your jeans just one notch tighter (18, M, 51, N)
* unit of measurement when weighing (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* v. to stuff, to expand excessively (27, M, 61, N)
* a piece of machinary used in a pulley (36,F,26,N)
* a large bow tie (62,F,50,N)
* something hard, straight, forceful; it might have a hook on the end (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* a conflict or struggle that goes back and forth for hours with no clear winner (67,F,37,Y/N)
* noun: feeling when the alarm goes off on Monday morning (70,,,) ?
* pull (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a heavy implement used to cut peat into slabs for building materials. (76,F,55,N)
* a unit of measure, the amoun of force necessary to open a 16 oz. jar of Skippy Peanut Butter (extra chunky) (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a larger carnivore, that hunts morps (92,M,23,N)
* to lug a heavy load (94,M,56,Y)
* noun - a mythic giant whose heavy steps would reverberate for some distance. adj. - "His torgid walk would threaten to bring down loose plaster from the ceiling." (109,M,36,Y)
* noun, s.t. massive, strong (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a hammer or other heavy blunt instrument used for pounding or hitting. (114,M,36,Y/N)

Tool, Machinery:
* a tool (1,,,)
* a large tool (3,,,)
* a part of an automobile engine (4,,,)
* a tool, as in heavy equipment (8,,,)
* a type of screwdriver (10,F,38,E)
* a piece of machinary used in a pulley (36,F,26,N)
* something hard, straight, forceful; it might have a hook on the end (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* a heavy implement used to cut peat into slabs for building materials. (76,F,55,N)
* a writing implement for left handers (93,F,52,N)
* a device used for repairing Ox shoes. (97,M,26,N)
* a tong-like tool with a fork at one side, scoop at the other (103,F,32,N)
* a hammer or other heavy blunt instrument used for pounding or hitting. (114,M,36,Y/N)

Turning:
* a type of screwdriver (10,F,38,E)
* painfully twisted, like ironwood (which resembles sinews) (11,M,46,E)
* verb. to pull the belt on your jeans just one notch tighter (18, M, 51, N)
* vt. - to twist and pull n. - a formation or object that was or appears to have been formed in this manner (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* a piece of machinary used in a pulley (36,F,26,N)
* v. to reel in a rope hand over hand, wrapping it around the right arm or hand (51,M,27,N)
* a large bow tie (62,F,50,N)
* a unit of measure, the amoun of force necessary to open a 16 oz. jar of Skippy Peanut Butter (extra chunky) (75,M,37,Y/N)
* wraparound body covering worn by South Sea Islanders (80,F,54,N)
* moving sound system knobs anticlockwise (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* round shape (95,M,28,N)

Fictional Creature
* to treat someone like an alien visitor (38,M,59,Y)
* a race of proud northener elfs, the Torgs were once the lords of the wilds of Wilsandia. Became extincted right afted the advent of the Big Grey Potato, since then they live in some idiomatic expressions, like: "stubborn like a torg" or "torg your eyeballs away". (39,M,28,N,Italien)
* definately a star trek creature (41,,,)
* a ruler of ogres. (45,M,29,N)
* semi-deity (49,,N)
* a goblin (50,M,15,N)
* big hairy beast thing (52,M,18,Y/N)
* rare: a hardly noticable demonic fruit (79,,,)
* a beast. (84,F,22,N)
* a larger carnivore, that hunts morps (92,M,23,N)
* a threatening beast of no use (101,M,48,N)
* a wild animal (108,,,)
* noun - a mythic giant whose heavy steps would reverberate for some distance. adj. - "His torgid walk would threaten to bring down loose plaster from the ceiling." (109,M,36,Y)

Clothing:
* a kind of dress worn by the Dutch (5,,,)
* a wrap or cloth that is used as clothing. (20, F, 27, N)
* a large bow tie (62,F,50,N)
* an orange toga (71,M,25,N)
* wraparound body covering worn by South Sea Islanders (80,F,54,N)
* a device used for repairing Ox shoes. (97,M,26,N)
* a long, loose-fitting garment (113,F,24,N)

Sorrow:
* drudgery (106,M,47,N)
* adjective- negative or unseemly (110,F,29,N)

Fire:
* a burning torch used for seeing in the forest at night (32,F,29,E,persian)
* a big fire (46,M,17,Y/N)

Misc:
* stamp for mailing (17,M,27,E)
* a marketplace where trading takes place./some problem, a "bug" (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a useful quality (60,M,49,Y/N)
* t in anglo-saxon is connected with the idea of three, through, pain, anguish, strength, as for Russian there is such a word torg and it means market place, place for gatherings (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* a dark shiny metal (72,F,23,N)
* to tag along (78,F,19,N)
* v.i. 1. for a horse to misstep while on show.2. to stumble while on parade. torgged. torgging (77,M,40,N)
* v, to rip violently (83,M,43,N)
* the celebration of a religious event. (86,F,40,N)
* an open field covered with snow (104,M,53,N,Spanish)

veest
Animals:

* an insect (1,,,)
* a small tropical fish (3,,,)
* a wild animal (6,,,)
* a fierce stinging insect (10,F,38,E)
* mythical bird of prey of fantastic wingspan and long life. (40,M,20,N)
* a cheetah-like animal (50,M,15,N)
* a beast bitten by a vampyre
* /some analog of an African animal (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a South American ape. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* a small burrowing rodent. (76,F,55,N)
* mythical beast said to be capable of electric attack (80,F,54,N)
* a fictional beast; very exceptionally large and scary looking, has dragon wings, but no specific shape, is the nicest, kindest, softest creature ever (82,F,17,N)
* n, beetle like bug (83,M,43,N)
* the feeling of wearing a very sleek animal skin garment (126,M,51,Y)

Fabric:
* a dutch vest (67,F,37,Y/N)
* dress oneself (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* a type of cloth made in Holland (103,F,32,N)
* soft fabric (108,,,)
* (sounds like felt, velvet, feel.) (109,M,36,Y)
* v, to wrap, hold about (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* some sort of fur (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* the feeling of wearing a very sleek animal skin garment (126,M,51,Y)
* adj/adv: description of type of finish - on cloth (137,M,,N)
* A leather pad to protect a surface from wear cause by objects brushing against it as they pass by. (138,M,63,N)
* belt to a velvet dress (142,F,50,N)
* experiencing the sensation of velvet through the perception of touch. (128,M,39,Y)

Small:
* an insect (1,,,)
* a small tropical fish (3,,,)
* to cry softly (4,,,)
* a fierce stinging insect (10,F,38,E)
* small things you try not to notice (18, M, 51, N)
* an endearing term used by a mother or a beloved aunt toward a daughter or neice. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* grey clingy detritus. (45,M,29,N)
* a small burrowing rodent. (76,F,55,N)
* lean and attractive (113,F,24,N)

Going:
* to hurry up (5,,,)
* suggestion to go (11,M,46,E)
* a path (46,M,17,Y/N)
* dismissal (49,,N)
* veering from the east towards one's own destruction (79,,,)
* verb- to move in a sideways direction (110,F,29,N)
* to flee or leave a place quickly (121,M,22,N)

Mold etc.:
* mold which grows on bread (8,,,)
* a type of cheese (12,F,29,N)
* grey clingy detritus. (45,M,29,N)
* noun: sprinkles of snot sneezed on clothes (70,,,) ?
* (adj) a food that is light pink in colour, cheeselike in texture, and incredibly yummy, nutritious, and freely available everywhere on earth and also on the moon. (72,F,23,N)

Fierce
* a wild animal (6,,,)
* a fierce stinging insect (10,F,38,E)
* a beast bitten by a vampyre
* mythical beast said to be capable of electric attack (80,F,54,N)
* a fictional beast; very exceptionally large and scary looking, has dragon wings, but no specific shape, is the nicest, kindest, softest creature ever (82,F,17,N)
* a facial expression showing gritted teeth (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* much/many at least in one of this planet's tongues. I can bet my flying saucer against a Sanscrit- Nahuatl dictionary. Also can mean -- an ugly joy, a triumph of revenge, a face shining with these kinds of feelings (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* Something nasty-tasting that you eat by accident and have to pull from your mouth. (132,M,,N)

Energy/Essence:
* hidden essence (noun) -- also could pertain to the act of revealing, i.e. "veesting" (85,M,33,Y)
* what someone sounds like when they're frustrated. (84,F,22,N)
* invigorating. (86,F,40,N)
* essential energy, lifeforce (92,M,23,N)
* the moment between knowing and feeling. (126,M,22,N,appalachian english)

Holland:
* a dutch vest (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a type of cloth made in Holland (103,F,32,N)
* n: an expanse of marshland in the Netherlands (107,F,46,N)
* a medeival castle in the Netherlands (116,F,15,N)
* an expression uttered in Dutch Africa by a person, (usually a white), upon discovering that they forgot to do something or to bring something with them. (119,M,51,N)
* This doesn't look like English to me; it looks like Dutch. (133,F,49,N)

Twist/Pull
* twist (9,,,)
* bore a hole into something (17,M,27,E)
* veest: vi. - to pull back strenuously (26, M, 23, N/Y)

Meadow/Grassland:
* mesa- semi arid grass land (106,M,47,N)
* n: an expanse of marshland in the Netherlands (107,F,46,N)
* muskeg (140,M,,N)

Color:
* A color slightly greyer than mauve. (134,M,41,N)
* greenish-orange (141,M,20,N)

Misc:
* the top of something (2,,,)
* a ?vameaier (7,F,10,E)
* stone walls used in old fortresses. (20, F, 27, N)
* west (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* to screech in a high pitched voice (38,M,59,Y)
* borrowed word describing an eggplant and lamb dish (41,,,)
* n. an outdoor barbeque and picnic, with social games (51,M,27,N)
* a pleasant activity (60,M,49,Y/N)
* to win not allowing the opponent one point (62,F,50,N)
* to steal sand paper (71,M,25,N)
* archaic. nautical. veer east. see also ve'est. (77,M,40,N)
* to rest in a place (78,F,19,N)
* Ve had a veest over at zee Barons house. (81,M,25,N)
* a place to talk to spirits (93,F,52,N)
* pissoir (94,M,56,Y)
* take food away (95,M,28,N)
* a jest. (97,M,26,N)
* a type of saucy food that is smooth and sweet and usually put on some other food as an enhancer (118,M,31,N)
* A GROSS KIND OF FEELING. LIKE MUD SQUISHING TRU YOUR TOES (125,F,,N)
* past tense, meaning having processed an emotion through to completion. (139,,,)
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* This means "fart" in some Dutch dialects. (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English

voap
Motion - Walk/Swoop:

* walk unsteady (2,,,)
* a kind of running step (3,,,)
* a wide swooping motion (10,F,38,E)
* v. to bob up and down as in water without movement toward a goal or to flounder about with a bouncing movement. (27, M, 61, N)
* to walk through a swamp (38,M,59,Y)
* to veer on course (41,,,)
* to agitate as laundry in a tub (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* noun: splash on pedestrians when car drives through storm drain (70,,,) ?
* dance like a mummy (95,M,28,N)
* to slip on something (108,,,)
* verb- to swing or glide (110,F,29,N)

Pout:
* to complain without reason (8,,,)
* pout (9,,,)
* to mope (12,F,29,N)
* to complain about something which another person considers to be of the utmost importance, but which you consider to be a waste of time (47,M,20,E/N)
* to be depressed after an once-in-a-lifetime event has passed. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* (sounds like mope. At a very low point) (109,M,36,Y)

Clean/Soap:
* a cleanser for the skin (1,,,)
* a cleaning material (6,,,)
* to clean (this probably is related to "soap") (46,M,17,Y/N)
* to agitate as laundry in a tub (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* a misspelling of soap (67,F,37,Y/N)
* soap (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* shampoo that causes balding (71,M,25,N)
* to conive, or vitally clean (79,,,)
* paste used to wash a boat or other sea-going vessel (80,F,54,N)
* of course this reminds me of soap but you cant fool me, I know this word meaning is to describe someone who has not showered in a week and smells really bad. (86,F,40,N)
* drop soap in the shower when the light is switched off (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* a technique for lathering mechanical items using oil (103,F,32,N)

Lining:
* lining of a jacket (4,,,)
* [v.i.] (Of water or bodies of water) to freeze over with a thin layer of ice; [v.t.] to install thin, delicate plate glass, esp. in a dollhouse or other child's toy. (40,M,20,N)
* to wrap in wax paper (94,M,56,Y)

Vote:
* n. an impractical political promise made by candidates for elective office. v.i. to make such a promise. (77,M,40,N)
* v, to vote for the best candidate, even knowing he has no chance of winning (83,M,43,N)
* a recent term that has emerged to describe the act of voting in the general elections of a modern western democracy, when the candidates, campaigning and policies of the contestants have assumed the character of a "soap opera". (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)

Misc:
* a modern type of furniture resembling a couch or chair (5,,,)
* a kind of plant (7,F,10,E)
* invitation like "welcome," or "have some!" (11,M,46,E)
* kidnap (17,M,27,E)
* a duty (like a committee meeting) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* he object of a joke (62,F,50,N)
* to cope up (78,F,19,N)
* get zee voap so ve can hang zis man. (81,M,25,N)
* idle wish. (84,F,22,N)
* a weasle-like animal (92,M,23,N)
* a quite place to read (93,F,52,N)
* very lazy, apathetic person. (97,M,26,N)
* police wagon (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* acronym very ordinary average person (106,M,47,N)
* v, to boast (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a small candle for use in a warming apparatus (113,F,24,N)

vom
Speed/Force/Enthusiasm

* a loud noise (6,,,)
* the sound of thunder (10,F,38,E)
* burst forth, emerge, blossom, elocute (11,M,46,E)
* accelerate suddenly (15,F,37,E/N)
* to vomit, regurgitate (22, F, , N)
* vi. - to go forth forcefully and bounce back, (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* an expression of joyous excitement, (like "wow!") (34,M,32,N)
* A word used to describe something tasting good, like "yum". (36,F,26,N)
* a supercharged Reo Speedwagon (38,M,59,Y)
* to move quickly and loudly on wheels. (45,M,29,N)
* to flee from something which is both repulsive and frightening (47,M,20,E/N)
* adverb - quickly, with a fast lateral motion [it went vom] (48,M,25,N)
* n. a large explosion, v.i. to move at very high speed "She vommed past the police car." (65,M,34,Y/N)
* sound of an explosion (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* verb: grab an over-filled handful of snack food and stuff it all in your mouth (70,,,) ?
* a woman who is a wit; to substantially overtake someone in a contet by talking (79,,,)
* denoting the sound an engine makes when it is revving but the vehicle is not moving (80,F,54,N)
* v, to leave quickly (83,M,43,N)
* to go fast. (86,F,40,N)
* suggests a common link between "vomit" and "from". Basic features are constriction and elongation, leading to expansion and roundness. For instance, blowing air into a bubble pipe and seeing the bubble form, and eventually become fully formed and take off as a large bubble. A fat person, skidding on a slippery pavement, leaving the ground and landing with some momentum on their well padded bottom. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* intense, ear piercing, volume (93,F,52,N)
* vb and noun used exlusively to indicate the noisey passage of a vehicle powered by internal combustion. synonym: roar. e.g: "I am going to vom my car at 6a.m. and wake everyone up." "I was woken by a vom in the street below" (100,M,67,N)

Exclusion/Vomit:
* To exclude someone from a party list = Yech, we don't want him. Vom him. (18, M, 51, N)
* to vomit, regurgitate (22, F, , N)
* an ancient and powerful mantra that clears the body of emotional poisons--thus the word vomit (25, F, 37, N)
* n. - that which emerges from a tunnel (26, M, 23, N/Y)
* n. something thrown off, expelled, or rejected, v. to rid oneself of (27, M, 61, N)
* excessive gloming, to the point of regurgitation (37,M,53,N)
* to flee from something which is both repulsive and frightening (47,M,20,E/N)
* to vomit a little (54,F,21,N) Jalaneserapple: to 'peel' an apple (54,F,21,N) Jalanese
* something like a bustle; 1st thought of vomit (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* throw up (58,F,19,Y)
* onomatopeic sound like "boom" /a burst of vomit (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* v is connected with orientation in space up-down, usually it's down, smth hidden, low, discreet (61,F,34,Y/N,Russian)
* short for 'vomit' (n. or v.) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* (portmeanteu from "glom" and "vomit"): To be attracted to something, but upon closer inspection, realize it is very undesirable. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* v, to leave quickly (83,M,43,N)
* suggests a common link between "vomit" and "from". Basic features are constriction and elongation, leading to expansion and roundness. For instance, blowing air into a bubble pipe and seeing the bubble form, and eventually become fully formed and take off as a large bubble. A fat person, skidding on a slippery pavement, leaving the ground and landing with some momentum on their well padded bottom. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* v, v, to ridicule to come from or succede (89,M,57,N)
* out (95,M,28,N)
* a belch which is followed by semi-regurgitation into the throat, and then followed by rapid swallowing! (96,F,29,N)
* from the latin vomerus meaning to cause or induce one's stomach muscles to expel the stomach's contents. (97,M,26,N)

Spreading:
* a disease (4,,,)
* a kind of seed grown that somewhat looks like a pinecone (5,,,)
* burst forth, emerge, blossom, elocute (11,M,46,E)
* a deep, soft but strong sound. (The room shook with the vom from the far away explosion.) (14, M,31,N)
* to open and expand, to externalise (20, F, 27, N)
* to you, for you, with you (used as informal familiar you) (23, F, 30, N,UK English)
* gruesome matter that exits from a cave or any dark place that has any depth; it tends to disturb the observer, as if seeing something not seen for a very long time, yet somehow also very familiar. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* this is a word to be repeated over and over to bring peace and tranquility to the one it reverberates inside of (33,M,26,N)
* v. intransitive. To move aimlessly/recklessly. (Like 'carom', often used phrasally, 'to vom about' or 'vomming to and fro') (40,M,20,N)
* sound of an explosion (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to surround (94,M,56,Y)

Sound:
* a musical instrument (1,,,)
* a measure of sound (2,,,)
* a loud noise (6,,,)
* the sound of thunder (10,F,38,E)
* burst forth, emerge, blossom, elocute (11,M,46,E)
* a part of a song (12,F,29,N)
* a deep, soft but strong sound. (The room shook with the vom from the far away explosion.) (14, M,31,N)
* an expression of joyous excitement, (like "wow!") (34,M,32,N)
* to move quickly and loudly on wheels. (45,M,29,N)
* onomatopeic sound like "boom" /a burst of vomit (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* sound of an explosion (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* s: onomatopoeia, the sound a smaal speaker does/makes when it falls down. (-: (74,N,25,N,Spanish)
* noise (78,F,19,N)
* denoting the sound an engine makes when it is revving but the vehicle is not moving (80,F,54,N)
* onomatopaeic word describing REM sleep sound of breather (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* intense, ear piercing, volume (93,F,52,N)
* vb and noun used exlusively to indicate the noisey passage of a vehicle powered by internal combustion. synonym: roar. e.g: "I am going to vom my car at 6a.m. and wake everyone up." "I was woken by a vom in the street below" (100,M,67,N)

Hat/Hair:
* a protective helmet or vest made of metal (8,,,)
* a hat (9,,,)
* the stand-up head feathers on birds such as quail. (62,F,50,N)
* a tall, grand hat with many feathers (72,F,23,N)
* a "point" or arch-peak in any given hairstyle, could also be referred to as a "vom-point" -- areas where the natural flow of haireas converge in a triangular shape (noun) (85,M,33,Y)

Mantra
* an ancient and powerful mantra that clears the body of emotional poisons--thus the word vomit (25, F, 37, N)
* this is a word to be repeated over and over to bring peace and tranquility to the one it reverberates inside of (33,M,26,N)
* seredictous (98,M,24,N)?

Misc:
* a Scandinavian food (3,,,)
* to weave (7,F,10,E)
* to crouch (17,M,27,E)
* n. a large bowl used in ancient civilizations (30, F, 22, N)
* very ornate master (acronym) (41,,,)
* is (42,,,)
* vomer, anatomy in throat (44,M,79,N/Y)
* belly, espec. when having eaten too much (49,,N)
* something like a bustle; 1st thought of vomit (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* take (resembles glom) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* something ancient, primal; an old warrior( may be he/she? is a wizard?); a womb; (63,M,38,N,Russian)
* a German bon bon (71,M,25,N)
* the hanger on the end of a mop or broom that fits perfectly over the nail (82,F,17,N)
* a larvae of an insect, has a soft body (91,F,,N)
* to percieve the truth of something. (92,M,23,N)

* (means to vomit in kannada; volt-ohm meter, from electronics)
* Well, I know this as an interjection used on alt.fan.pratchett meaning "this makes me vomit". (53,F,41,N) Dutch and English
* doesn't exist in Dutch either;existing 'free morphemes' are: dom"stupid, dumb"/ "silly"/ "sheer" ("luck"!), stom" dumb, mute"/ "stupid"/ "foolish"/ "accidental", krom"bent"/ "crooked"/ "clumsy"/ "inarticulate"(talk), brom (noun or imperative 2sg., depending on the context), "buzz",lom 1."kind of sea fish: Brosmius brosme" 2. "grebe"(Colymbus septentrionalis/ glacialis; also Aythyina futigula), kom 1."bowl" 2. d"pool" (73,M,51,N/Y)
* resembles a German preposition (von -> from) (84,F,22,N)

wentle
Covering/ Enclosure:

* large fenced in area for animals (8,,,)
* n. a moist film left by condensation (27, M, 61, N)
* swaddle (40,M,20,N)
* large scarf worn over the head and shoulders (55,F,17,E/N,English/Mandarin)
* to hug your cape about you to try to warm up (67,F,37,Y/N)
* as in mantle (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* a headdress worn by certain orders of monks. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* the pattern of bark on a tree. (77,M,40,N)
* going off covered (79,,,)
* a hood on a silky or smooth blouse (80,F,54,N)
* n, the shelf above the washing machine (83,M,43,N)
* a kind of headgear (92,M,23,N)
* a large soup ladle. (97,M,26,N)
* to cover a baby with blankets (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* (a window's mantle, thus a window ledge.) (109,M,36,Y)
* noun- a womans small handbag (110,F,29,N)
* n/v, raincoat, to cover/ shield (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a clean and soft cloth to be wrapped about the face (113,F,24,N)

Small/Poor/New:
* a small animal. (20, F, 27, N)
* a new apprentice (41,,,)
* poor (46,M,17,Y/N)
* squeeze your way into (52,M,18,Y/N)
* a small object, man-made (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* an orphaned girl (66,F,11,N)
* to hug your cape about you to try to warm up (67,F,37,Y/N)
* to cover a baby with blankets (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* small amount (106,M,47,N)
* noun- a womans small handbag (110,F,29,N)

Pretty:
* flower (3,,,)
* an exotic plant that grows in the rain forest (4,,,)
* a small decorative pin, like a brooch (11,M,46,E)
* a birthday-party decoration (12,F,29,N)
* a type of paper for calligraphy (17,M,27,E)
* a live bouquet arranged around a fireplace at Christmas (62,F,50,N)
* a large ornate walking stick (72,F,23,N)

Repetitive:
* gentle wind (2,,,)
* to carve something out of wood (6,,,)
* musical instrument (9,,,)
* to wiggle the hips (10,F,38,E)
* to conjugate a verb irregular (47,M,20,E/N)
* a large soup ladle. (97,M,26,N)
* part of a complex loom. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* an instrument used in weaving (108,,,)
* a large wheel that is offset or out of balance. Usually used for comic purposes. "We were jostled about the carriage quite a bit by the wentle." "Why do I always get a shopping cart with a wentle?" (114,M,36,Y/N)

Food:
* a dish used in Norway (saucer) (5,,,)
* a kind of soup (7,F,10,E)
* a cooking utensil (36,F,26,N)
* a large soup ladle. (97,M,26,N)

Gentle:
* gentle wind (2,,,)
* flower (3,,,)
* a manner of wooing speech used by a young woman. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* swaddle (40,M,20,N)
* to be gentle (78,F,19,N)
* a hood on a silky or smooth blouse (80,F,54,N)
* gently lift (95,M,28,N)

Wooing:
* to wiggle the hips (10,F,38,E)
* a manner of wooing speech used by a young woman. (32,F,29,E,persian)
* dialogue designed to convince a person to go out with you (71,M,25,N) e.g. I did wentle with her a while (71,M,25,N)

Man-made:
* a small object, man-made (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* something square, man made (63,M,38,N,Russian)

Misc:
* a kind of money (1,,,)
* a female rabbit (50,M,15,N)
* a troublesome thing (a particular thing) (60,M,49,Y/N)
* a noodle. (84,F,22,N)
* an old woman (94,M,56,Y)

widder
Repetitive:
* a gardening tool (1,,,)
* part of an airplane (3,,,)
* to continually change the channel via remote control (4,,,)
* to whisper (7,F,10,E)
* to wither away either naturally or with tools (8,,,)
* quiver (9,,,)
* to tremble with a sickening feeling (10,F,38,E)
* what the wind does to a field of grass; the action causing the wave motion of the tops of flowers and reeds. (11,M,46,E)
* a type of exercise equipment (12,F,29,N)
* to chop up something (36,F,26,N)
* move it around (60,M,49,Y/N)
* when the flame on a candle starts to flicker (66,F,11,N)
* to toddle side to side like a penguin (67,F,37,Y/N)
* to thresh wheat from the stem for grinding (71,M,25,N)
* goin to widder a way on a twig till the sun goes down (81,M,25,N)
* n, the wood shavings from whittling (83,M,43,N)

Diminish/Die:
* to make small (2,,,)
* the name of a person who can predict death (5,,,)
* to whisper (7,F,10,E)
* to wither away either naturally or with tools (8,,,)
* adj. aging, debilitated, lacking in former potency (27, M, 61, N)
* to chop up something (36,F,26,N)
* slowly disapearing (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* to witther (78,F,19,N)
* unmarried woman who lost her husband to the weather (79,,,)
* comparative tense of the adjective wid: tired from cracking jokes (80,F,54,N)
* goin to widder a way on a twig till the sun goes down (81,M,25,N)
* n, the wood shavings from whittling (83,M,43,N)
* a freshly fermented batch of wine. (97,M,26,N)

Tools/Machinery:
* a gardening tool (1,,,)
* part of an airplane (3,,,)
* to continually change the channel via remote control (4,,,)
* a type of exercise equipment (12,F,29,N)
* a tool of sorts (59,M,66,N,Russian)
* n. mediaeval broadsword. (77,M,40,N)
* part of an oil lamp (91,F,,N)

Misc:
* one who widdles (6,,,)
* honest character (17,M,27,E)
* a joker (41,,,)
* straw (46,M,17,Y/N)
* one who wids, a verb meaning "to trick a person into revealing a key piece of information by posing as an ally or friend" (47,M,20,E/N)
* a basket (50,M,15,N)
* to set sail (62,F,50,N)
* slang for widder-shins (82,F,17,N)
* corruption of whether. (84,F,22,N)
* all around (92,M,23,N)
* comode (94,M,56,Y)
* to think about (95,M,28,N)
_________

means 'widow' in Kansas; (real word: dialect form of "widow") (75,M,37,Y/N)

wogger
Unpleasant Person:

* a drunk (106,M,47,N)
* n: a mediocre and unambitious employee (107,F,46,N)
* an unpleasant person with a big nose (108,,,)
* a man who follows women around, a wolf (109,M,36,Y)
* noun- a person who is clumsy (110,F,29,N)
* people with no interest in individuality who would rather become the tool of a larger system or institution either voluntarily or involuntarily. (115,,,)
* a person addicted to gambling and worry (126,M,51,Y)
* pejorative term for black-arab half-caste (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* Mugger ? (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* A silly old man. (133,F,49,N)
* a particularly funny person (142,F,50,N)

Wavering:
* a person who cleans bottles (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* v, trembling (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* a tool used to soften leather before it is tooled (113,F,24,N)
* n. or v. -- the way dinosaurs walk (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* to move in a pendulant motion, through an up-and-down orientation. (128,M,39,Y)
* to turn one's head back and forth rapidly (141,M,20,N)

Water:
* a stream or small body of murky water (124,F,15,N)
* A PLACE USED TO DWEEL CLEAN WATER THERE WERE VERY FEW AT THE TIME THEY USED THIS A SOURCE OF CLEAN WATER VERY SCARCELY (125,F,,N)

Misc:
* one who wogs. (101,M,48,N)
* from the Brittish Isles. An exaggerated confession of transgression. (119,M,51,N)
* Waggar Paggar Baggar. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* Your pub buddy. (132,M,,N)
* An all-purpose adjective used to describe admiringly any part of the sexual anatomy. "Did you see the wogger teats on that chick?" (134,M,41,N)
* a british term for dog (135,F,29,Y)
* something aboriginal (137,M,,N)
* Scottish dial. obscure -- a foreigner (140,M,,N)

yoosh
Sound:
* the SOUND made when someone is at the bottom of a slide that will whip back up before dumping the person on the ground (parabola shaped slide) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* calling sound (68,F,38,N,Spanish)
* noun: feeling the instant between cheering the World Cup winners, seeing Brandi Chastain's YES, then cheering louder (70,,,) ?
* sound effect of objects being flushed down toilet. (75,M,37,Y/N)
* noise coming from the mouth (78,F,19,N)
* the sound made by a living body when it exits any cavity of another living body (80,F,54,N)
* exclamation of frustration. (84,F,22,N)
* sound of fast moving object (95,M,28,N)
* the sound the a ball makes when travelling at a high speed and passing through the listeners immidiate auditory range. (97,M,26,N)
* a sound or exclamation, somewhere between whoosh and yikes! (101,M,48,N)
* (sounds like swoosh.) The sound high speed objects make as they pass you by. "Did you see that car, the one that just yooshed by us?" (109,M,36,Y)
* adj/exclm, disagreeable (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* v: to sigh in an exclamatory manner, expressing great relief or surprise (107,F,46,N)
* the sound made when water escapes from wet shoes (113,F,24,N)
* the sound a ball makes when landing in wet snow (118,M,31,N)
* russian slang for chidingly addressing a southern republican (126,M,51,Y)
* the act of specificly indicating a person who should be quiet. (128,M,39,Y)
* An exclamation of exasperation. (134,M,41,N)
* an exclamation. to express slightly surprised feeling. (138,M,52,Y,Chinese)
* a sound (142,F,50,N)

Swift:
* the SOUND made when someone is at the bottom of a slide that will whip back up before dumping the person on the ground (parabola shaped slide) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a term that describes the experience of going down a water slide at an amusement park or swimming center. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* accelerate (92,M,23,N)
* sound of fast moving object (95,M,28,N)
* the sound the a ball makes when travelling at a high speed and passing through the listeners immidiate auditory range. (97,M,26,N)
* (sounds like swoosh.) The sound high speed objects make as they pass you by. "Did you see that car, the one that just yooshed by us?" (109,M,36,Y)
* adjective- to move quickly away (110,F,29,N)
* "I'm yooshing through the snow. Weeeeeeeee!" (131,M,23,N,Greek)

Breath/Solar Plexus
* the SOUND made when someone is at the bottom of a slide that will whip back up before dumping the person on the ground (parabola shaped slide) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a crushing blow to the solar plexus (71,M,25,N)
* v.i. to exhale forcefully in preparation for a maximum inhalation. to yoosh one's lungs. (77,M,40,N)
* to gargle (94,M,56,Y)
* v: to sigh in an exclamatory manner, expressing great relief or surprise (107,F,46,N)

Joyful:
* THIS IS FOOD VERY SWEET AND JUICY WONDERFUL IN TASTE ALMOST LIKE AN APHRODISIAC( HOWEVER YOU SPEELL IT YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN (125,F,,N)
* "I'm yooshing through the snow. Weeeeeeeee!" (131,M,23,N,Greek)
* Jippy! A boost of joy - It is a yoosting day. Everything is going great! (A) (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

Downward:
* the SOUND made when someone is at the bottom of a slide that will whip back up before dumping the person on the ground (parabola shaped slide) (67,F,37,Y/N)
* a term that describes the experience of going down a water slide at an amusement park or swimming center. (87,M,49,Y/N,Australian English)
* running water (137,M,,N)

You:
* Upper North Atlantic variation of y'all (79,,,)
* yoosh guyz (81,M,25,N)

Clean, Leave:
* v, go away (83,M,43,N)
* to purge, to clean away, especially with water. Originated in the navy as an expression for sweeping a sailor off his feet with a high-pressure hose. (119,M,51,N)
* to whitewash (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* the flushing of a toilet, specifically in a public restroom for women (140,M,,N)

Misc:
* brand name of a chocolate bar with chewy banana flavoured bits (72,F,23,N)
* several tablespoons of plain natural yoghurt (90,F,23,N,Australian)
* a saddle for a camel (93,F,52,N)
* headgear: an elaborately tied turban or coif. (99,F,43,Y/N)
* a gourd of the yew tree (103,F,32,N)
* a tap dance done by villagers wearing wooden shoes (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* uulation (106,M,47,N)
* foam, froth; a dollop of foam or froth. "Would you like a yoosh on that piece of pie?" (114,M,36,Y/N)
* a name of a bird which might be a symbol of eternity and perpetual youth of an Amerindian tribe, a good name for a shaman (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* to burn meat to ashes (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* To make something goosh e.g. squeezing juice from berries. (132,M,,N)
* A narrow neck of grassy swamp land progecting in between ridges of higher ground for a few hundred yards. (138,M,63,N)

yorch
Sound:

* an expression of dislike (108,,,)

* exclamation when bumping into a burning object. Yorch! (109,M,36,Y)
* to yelp with excessive pain (113,F,24,N)
* to flame verbally (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* sound of someone setting their hand on a hot stove (141,M,20,N)

Fire:
* exclamation when bumping into a burning object. Yorch! (109,M,36,Y)
* verb- to burn (110,F,29,N)
* a specific very long torch with real fire 2. n.or v. a sudden idea that you can't get off your mind (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* to flame verbally (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French)
* A simultaneous inflamation and infection of any body part. (134,M,41,N)
* burnt grass (137,M,,N)
* sound of someone setting their hand on a hot stove (141,M,20,N)

Illness, Injury:
* exclamation when bumping into a burning object. Yorch! (109,M,36,Y)
* A simultaneous inflamation and infection of any body part. (134,M,41,N)
* a body function (like a burp) that occurs after ingesting of vital information. Caused by the bodies instant assimilation thereof. (139,,,)
* sound of someone setting their hand on a hot stove (141,M,20,N)

Misc:
* a wise old man (104,M,53,N,Spanish)
* reach for, attempt to grasp (106,M,47,N)
* v, filling with water (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian)
* A small launch used by the inhabitants of Baffin Island. (119,M,51,N)
* ANIMAL OF SOME KINDVERY HELPFUL IN WORK (125,F,,N)
* New Hampshire (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)
* barf (126,M,51,Y)
* a type of raised lawn forming an extension to a house. (128,M,39,Y)
* What the wogger does when he's had one too many. (132,M,,N)
* cowsludge, drizzled upon the plain, as a cloudburst (140,M,,N)



CONSONANT PERSONALITIES

EMPTY
Editor's Choice: B
SH 9
Y 5
T 3
B 2
R 2

FAT
Editor's Choice: B
B 13
SH 4
TH 1
N 1

HOT
Editor's Choice: R
R 10
N 3
K 2
P 2
L 1

INHIBITED
Editor's Choice: P
M 5
P 4
W 4
SH 3
H 1

INTELLIGENT
Editor's Choice: S
S: 9
Y 4
B 3
H 2
D 2

SILLY
Editor's Choice: F
F 7
P 6
N 4
D 1

SNOBBY
Editor's Choice: K
J 7
K 6
D 3
L 2
M 1

STRONG
Editor's Choice: B
B 5
F 5
P 5
SH 1
Y 2

UGLY
Editor's Choice: G
G 7
K 5
P 3
Th 3
T 2

UNORDERLY
Editor's Choice: R
TH 7
P 4
R 4
K 3
T 1

UNSTABLE
Editor's Choice: W
CH 7
W 5
P 4
K 2

WET
Editor's Choice: L
SH 7
L 6
F 4
T 1



THE BAD GUYS AND THE MISFITS

Boob:
Stupid or Silly
* A dimwhitted person. One who says or does silly things. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* someone stupid (116,F,15,N)
* a person who is a little silly due to ignorance (118,M,31,N)
* someone who falsely professes wisdom. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who is one step ahead of their brain, so to speak. That is, one who follows a path of immediate gratification, without * consideration of consequence, usually in a sincere but naive manner. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
puts a stress on mental thickness (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* silly person, showing little common sense (124,F,15,N)

Other
* son-of-a-bitch. (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Chump:
Easily Duped, Loser
* A person who is easily fooled or taken advantage of. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* a loser (116,F,15,N)
* A slow-witted person, easily victimized. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who is quick to surrender in a game of wit, or one who casually places faith or trust in the wrong people or ideals (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* scaredy-cat, loser (124,F,15,N)

Selfish
* a person with little interest in helping anyone but himself (118,M,31,N)
* This word puts a stress on greediness with food, noisiness. This simplton (how d'you spell it, sorry) is pretty robust physically and he never smiles but he smirks. (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Other
* What a whore! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Drip:
Boring
* A boring person. A person who is mildy irritating or unenthusiastic. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* someone boring (116,F,15,N)
* a person who is boring and inanimate with little personality (118,M,31,N)
* puts a stress on a weak personality, a drip may be all right but wholly uninteresting, not trendy, impossible to be friends with and horrible to date (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Lacks Substance
* A loser. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who lacks substance and often has little or no conviction (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)

Other
* Down with you! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Dweeb:
Self Absorbed, Nerd
* a dork, a loser who spends time studying (116,F,15,N)
* a person who seems different than others in a reserved way (118,M,31,N)
*
a self-absorbed nurd. (119,M,51,N)
* nerd; geeky, presumably with above average intelligance; also, not cool (124,F,15,N)

Other
Idiot! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Fruit:
Flamboyent, Weird, Silly, Effeminate
* someone flamboyant (116,F,15,N)
* a silly dandy person who seems quite 'shallow' (118,M,31,N)
* a silly person who allows themselves to be exploited by others in order to gain their approval. (119,M,51,N)
* in most cases a male who posseses a subtle "effeminate nature", with a level of sensitivity not common to the western male, and therefore, the victim of Homophobia. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* that's a case of "I do not like thee, Dr. Fell, the reason why I cannot tell". the person may be physically and mentally O.K. but his weirdness repels you. There's something snobbish, outlandish and high-cast about this character. The word designates not only your suspicion, but also you fright. May be that's why it is used to mean gays. (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Other
Rotten ideas ! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Geek:
Dweeb
* same as dweeb (116,F,15,N)
* dweeb (124,F,15,N)

Grotesque
* one who bites off the heads of chickens for others' entertainment. (119,M,51,N)
* when you want to express a strong physical disgust of a person, you call him geek. the word definitely has to do with a smell. A very synethsetic word. A person might as well be very orderly and neat and take a shower every three hours, but still you can smell that he is repellent ( and those eyes that glisten). suggests some pervercy. (122,M,32,Y) Russian

geek:
* a person who seems different than others in a boisterous way (118,M,31,N)
* what a mean behavior! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Gink:
* an oppinionated crochety old man. (119,M,51,N)
* stupid! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Goon:
Stupid, Aggressive
* a goofy, often immature or brutishly ignorant person (118,M,31,N)
* one employed as a thug. (119,M,51,N)
* a boob which is either bigger in size or thicker intellectually. Refers to mental capabilities first of all, despite its "mafiosi" connotations (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Other
* someone big and doofy (116,F,15,N)
* coming from the "goonies", a sect of chakra-vanti shivites in India, originating in Calcutta. A goon is a person who deights in the pain of others, often used to denote a Mesomorphic body type of the male variety. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* unscripulious! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Jerk:
Disrespectful, Inconsiderate
* a sharply disrespectful person. One who suddenly insults or offends. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* someone mean and rude (116,F,15,N)
* a person who annoys you a little on purpose (118,M,31,N)
* someone who is awkward, and lacks the sensitivity to avoid hurting someone with harsh criticism (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* someone rude, inconsiderate, and often sarcastic (124,F,15,N)

Other
* one who dissapoints others as a consequence of self-sabotage. (119,M,51,N)
* jerk seems to be the lowest common denominator and is used when you really despise a person but without investing too much feeling into it. Jerk is strong exactly because your disgust of this person is already an established idea to you. So jerk is not a personal but in a weird way "social" insult, it is like a position that has been given to this poor jerk. There's a very poignant though vulgar line in Russian that gives an idea of a typical jerk: He's a nice fellow but for being deaf and peeing in bed. (122,M,32,Y) Russian

Schmuck:
Stupid, Loser
* a gullible or insensitive person. (114,M,36,Y/N)
* someone dumb in a way that he makes a fool of himself (116,F,15,N)
* an unmindful man. (119,M,51,N)
* when you call someone a schmuck you don't really mean any harm even if you think you mean it. Schmuck is a Chaplinesque character, he's a sloppy and awkward loser, but believe it or not when you call him schmuck you feel sorry for him and your feeling is true (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* good-for-nothing (124,F,15,N)

Other
* a person who annoys everyone each in a slightly different way (118,M,31,N)
* someone who has a sense of pride which is self-effacing, often the cheater who never prospers (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* snobbish! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Shit:
Annoying, Small, Insignificant
* mischievious person (114,M,36,Y/N)
* someone annoying and little (116,F,15,N)
* a person who intentionally offends others (118,M,31,N)
* one who leaves a trail of damage in their wake. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who has no accomplishment to speak of. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)

Snot:
Snobby
* someone snobbish (116,F,15,N)
* a silly dandy person who seems very egocentric (118,M,31,N)
* a snobby brat. The great majority of these terms are ordinarily reserved to signify one of the male gender. (119,M,51,N)
* someone with an attitude that conveys an abundance of unneccessary self-confidence (124,F,15,N)

Other
* something between geek and schmuck but pronounced with a strange feeling of "indifferent irritation. (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* what a block-headed person! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Turd:
Annoying, Small, Insignificant
* someone little and stupid (116,F,15,N)
* a dull, slow-witted and unfriendly person. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who is physically diminutive and has no accomplishment to speak of. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)

Other:
* a person who can't seem to get along with anyone for any reason (118,M,31,N)

Twerp:
Annoying, Small, Insignificant
* someone little and annoying (116,F,15,N)
* a person who is annoying usually youthful and somewhat innocent (118,M,31,N)
* a shallow individual who speaks without considering their words. (119,M,51,N)
* someone who overestimates their mental aptitude (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* puts a stress on a small size of a person which out of size with his sense of self-importance and his inclination to impose himself on people. Never travel with a twerp! (122,M,32,Y) Russian
* someone who is annoying and uncool, like a younger sibling (124,F,15,N)

Other:
* silly! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)

Twit:
Stupid
* someone stupid (116,F,15,N)
* someone who consistently shows they lack in understanding contexts (118,M,31,N)
* a nitwit, one who arrives at conclusions based on misguided intuition. (119,M,51,N)
* idiot (124,F,15,N)

Other:
* someone who is known to unreservedly demonstrate a need for mental superiority, often to the detriment of his/her peers. (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian English)
* selfish! (123,M,42,N,Egyptian)


DESCRIBE A PICTURE
ONE WORD

collider (71,M,25,N), zwursle (75,M,37,Y/N), stirp (76,F,55,N), chrombic (77,M,40,N), magic (78,F,19,N), radiocity (79,,,), leily (80,F,54,N), casminity (81,M,25,N), woo (82,F,17,N), dyn (83,M,43,N), jaze (84,F,22,N), feln (85,M,33,Y), ap (86,F,40,N), strarc (87,M,49,Y/N), veer (89,M,57,N), frish (90,F,23,N), zrat (91,F,,N), tume (92,M,23,N), choch (93,F,52,N), wangle (94,M,56,Y), bize (95,M,28,N), ling (96,F,29,N), feb (97,M,26,N), flir (99,F,43,Y/N), zhing (101,M,48,N), quilp (104,M,53,N,Spanish), ron (106,M,47,N), fahn (107,F,46,N), raker (108,,,), zire (109,M,36,Y), spleet (110,F,29,N), flur (111,M,21,Y/N), pyar (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian), rev (113,F,24,N), sprin (114,M,36,Y/N), bol (116,F,15,N), squire (118,M,31,N), reen (119,M,51,N)(122,M,32,Y,Russian), selp (123,M,42,N,Egyptian), rod (124,F,15,N), Meep (131,M,23,N,Greek), brend (141,M,20,N), gath (137,M,,N), gorsh (126,M,51,Y), hraz (134,M,41,N), kribble (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), pelp (135,F,29,Y), purlene (128,M,39,Y), shwerl (139,,,), splan (132,M,,N), ssiw (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), vish (138,M,63,N), wels (142,F,50,N), zap (130,F,20,N)
riven (71,M,25,N), flimps (75,M,37,Y/N), fuliated (76,F,55,N), supplative (77,M,40,N), crust (78,F,19,N), slippsail (79,,,), granmie (80,F,54,N), sulva (81,M,25,N), schwa (82,F,17,N), lape (84,F,22,N), uuhd (85,M,33,Y), ckl (86,F,40,N), fole (89,M,57,N), leipate (90,F,23,N), shart (91,F,,N), sard (92,M,23,N), spland (93,F,52,N), sweb (94,M,56,Y), frands (95,M,28,N), foosh (96,F,29,N), ker (97,M,26,N), rabe (99,F,43,Y/N), flensk (101,M,48,N), flossil (103,F,32,N), scash (104,M,53,N,Spanish), slif (106,M,47,N), brill (107,F,46,N), wipple (107,F,46,N), bluss (108,,,), swin (109,M,36,Y), veet (110,F,29,N), soth (111,M,21,Y/N), dop (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian), lab (113,F,24,N), brin (114,M,36,Y/N), sah (116,F,15,N), schwep (118,M,31,N), hume (119,M,51,N), English) baoig (120,M,25,N,Amer-indian, gush (122,M,32,Y,Russian), wonck (123,M,42,N,Egyptian), english) ceeth (126,M,22,N,appalachian, (it's) peving (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), bool (130,F,20,N), bripple (139,,,), fluve (132,M,,N), moph (137,M,,N), murming (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), murow (142,F,50,N), rulole (128,M,39,Y), shill (141,M,20,N), shoomsh (134,M,41,N), surve (135,F,29,Y), tshah (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), vlab (138,M,63,N), zoosh (131,M,23,N,Greek)

(71,M,25,N) chuttle, (75,M,37,Y/N) calcaceous, (76,F,55,N) crubnel, (77,M,40,N) petrocurvate, (78,F,19,N) brittle, (79,,,) stonerific, (80,F,54,N) stroc, (81,M,25,N) stuarrd, (82,F,17,N) gloo, (83,M,43,N) aux, (84,F,22,N) kruk, (85,M,33,Y) cheen, (86,F,40,N) jum, (88,M,38,N) durds, (89,M,57,N) peb, (90,F,23,N) gor, (92,M,23,N) rolg, (93,F,52,N) sips, (94,M,56,Y) hinse, (95,M,28,N) rolb, (96,F,29,N) bockety, (97,M,26,N) stil, (99,F,43,Y/N) scrab, (101,M,48,N) skrav, (104,M,53,N,Spanish) camp, (106,M,47,N) eou, (107,F,46,N) boog, (108,,,) tredy, (109,M,36,Y) mosk, (110,F,29,N) kok, (111,M,21,Y/N) wone, (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian) koist, (113,F,24,N) crad, (114,M,36,Y/N) gowb, (116,F,15,N) peet, (118,M,31,N) barkdt, (119,M,51,N) flant, (121,M,22,N) shlit, (122,M,32,Y,Russian) glah, (123,M,42,N,Egyptian) bipbip, (124,F,15,N) zik, brak! (131,M,23,N,Greek), brump (135,F,29,Y), charf (130,F,20,N), crak (137,M,,N), gront (141,M,20,N), kra (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), martic (128,M,39,Y), maurl (132,M,,N), pdump (134,M,41,N), phoka (139,,,), pilks (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), plebbility (126,M,51,Y), scoosh (138,M,63,N)

slink (71,M,25,N), strumbim (75,M,37,Y/N), chronalleous (76,F,55,N), metaweave (77,M,40,N), bant (78,F,19,N), machimasi (79,,,), brorries (80,F,54,N), nuevichious (81,M,25,N), ro (82,F,17,N), crip (83,M,43,N), ratt (84,F,22,N), ro (85,M,33,Y), teek (86,F,40,N), chank (87,M,49,Y/N), pleads (88,M,38,N), drak (89,M,57,N), crirri (90,F,23,N), crant (92,M,23,N), skent (92,M,23,N), lans (93,F,52,N), sai (94,M,56,Y), chongs (95,M,28,N), claketyclik (96,F,29,N), twip (97,M,26,N), rapp (99,F,43,Y/N), klek (101,M,48,N), wreads (103,F,32,N), jig (104,M,53,N,Spanish), rogt (106,M,47,N), stit (107,F,46,N), jakey (108,,,), dil (109,M,36,Y), zam (110,F,29,N), layt (111,M,21,Y/N), lerf (112,F,24,Y), snuth (113,F,24,N), chirt (114,M,36,Y/N), mah (116,F,15,N), gumt (118,M,31,N), cheestr (119,M,51,N)(122,M,32,Y,Russian), huskok (123,M,42,N,Egyptian), Zorg (131,M,23,N,Greek), cheef (130,F,20,N), coomb (132,M,,N), gre (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), kronk (134,M,41,N), pashern (128,M,39,Y), selt (137,M,,N), sorch (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), trandle (139,,,), trusk (141,M,20,N), tsod (138,M,63,N)

(71,M,25,N) ploy, (75,M,37,Y/N) fezzery, (76,F,55,N) shirnessed, (77,M,40,N) spectratressial, (78,F,19,N) bitter, (79,,,) stringalong, (80,F,54,N) deel, (81,M,25,N) swespious, (82,F,17,N) bluh, (83,M,43,N) graas, (84,F,22,N) sked, (85,M,33,Y) shmun, (86,F,40,N) maz, (87,M,49,Y/N) fesh, (89,M,57,N) nor, (90,F,23,N) sirrilno, (92,M,23,N) tume, (93,F,52,N) swibs, (94,M,56,Y) spleems, (95,M,28,N) skir, (96,F,29,N) vescentic, (97,M,26,N) frell, (99,F,43,Y/N) fil, (101,M,48,N) shoof, (103,F,32,N) scrintch, (104,M,53,N,Spanish) shiff, (106,M,47,N) flix, (107,F,46,N) lule, (108,,,) scrit, (109,M,36,Y) flir, (110,F,29,N) wew, (111,M,21,Y/N) milt, (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian) fuw, (113,F,24,N) lev, (114,M,36,Y/N) snitz, (115,,,) smurl, (116,F,15,N) zar, (118,M,31,N) vraf(119,M,51,N) hist, (122,M,32,Y,Russian) oash, (123,M,42,N,Egyptian) lim, (124,F,15,N) larps, alm (130,F,20,N), flill (135,F,29,Y), fuviol (128,M,39,Y), fwoomf (134,M,41,N), gushto (126,M,51,Y), holens (142,F,50,N), hoom (137,M,,N), laah (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), omani (139,,,), shwoo (127,F,29,N), slish (141,M,20,N), soost (132,M,,N), srem (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), ummu (131,M,23,N,Greek), vith (138,M,63,N)

blood (71,M,25,N), driplets (75,M,37,Y/N), pliss (76,F,55,N), hydropellant (77,M,40,N), bulge (78,F,19,N), beedling (79,,,), anmibulls (80,F,54,N), tomaress (81,M,25,N), har (82,F,17,N), roop (84,F,22,N), dit (85,M,33,Y), poow (86,F,40,N), drops (87,M,49,Y/N), dits (88,M,38,N), lume (89,M,57,N), piasser (90,F,23,N), glip (91,F,,N), ploid (92,M,23,N), polts (93,F,52,N), nyoats (94,M,56,Y), bloobs (95,M,28,N), prolds (96,F,29,N), qwip (97,M,26,N), gloobs (99,F,43,Y/N), blig (101,M,48,N), koff (104,M,53,N,Spanish), blit (106,M,47,N), pom (107,F,46,N), drewn (108,,,), spaw (109,M,36,Y), blon (110,F,29,N), refle (111,M,21,Y/N), tilk (112,F,24,Y,Indonesian), sez (113,F,24,N), blart (114,M,36,Y/N), rathsp (115,,,), pim (116,F,15,N), spoint (118,M,31,N), hua (119,M,51,N), dlip (121,M,22,N), kai (122,M,32,Y,Russian), licht (123,M,42,N,Egyptian), blib (138,M,63,N), blip (134,M,41,N), blipz (131,M,23,N,Greek), freig (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), gume (132,M,,N), lop (137,M,,N), plipi (139,,,), poad (135,F,29,Y), pri (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), rops (142,F,50,N), ticik (128,M,39,Y)

Statistics after 117 entries

Light:
Number of Responses: 34
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/flur/)

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 4 12% 10%
/d/ 2 6% 12%
/g/ 1 3% 8%
/p/ 6 17% 15%
/t/ 5 15% 21%
/k/ 6 17% 19%
/v/ 2 6% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 7 21% 3%
/Z/ 1 3% 0%
/f/ 6 17% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 4 12% 23%
/S/ 1 3% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 2 6% 5%
/m/ 3 9% 11%
/n/ 7 21% 14%
/G/ 2 6% 1%
/l/ 12 35% 22%
/r/ 18 53% 27%
/w/ 4 12% 8%
/j/ 1 3% 5%

Sand:
Number of Responses: 35
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (lape, leypate)

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 6 17% 10%
/d/ 5 14% 12%
/g/ 1 3% 8%
/p/ 7 20% 15%
/t/ 3 9% 21%
/k/ 5 14% 19%
/v/ 3 9% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 1 3% 0%
/f/ 8 23% 9%
/T/ 1 3% 3%
/s/ 14 40% 23%
/S/ 4 11% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 2 6% 11%
/n/ 7 20% 14%
/G/ 0 0% 1%
/l/ 18 51% 22%
/r/ 10 29% 27%
/w/ 4 11% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

Stones:
Number of Responses: 33
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 0
Words Which Fit the Form /kVk/: 3

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 8 24% 10%

/d/ 4 12% 12%
/g/ 6 18% 8%
/p/ 5 15% 15%
/t/ 10 30% 21%
/k/ 17 52% 19%
/v/ 2 6% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 0 0% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 11 33% 23%
/
S/ 0 0% 8%
/h/ 1 3% 4%
/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 2 6% 5%
/m/ 3 9% 11%
/n/ 4 12% 14%
/G/ 0 0% 1%
/l/ 8 24% 22%
/r/ 14 42% 27%
/w/ 1 3% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

Watchband:
Number of Responses: 33
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/row/)

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 3 9% 10%
/d/ 4 12% 12%
/g/ 2 6% 8%
/p/ 4 12% 15%
/t/ 13 39% 21%
/k/ 16 48% 19%
/v/ 1 3% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 6 18% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 1 3% 9%
/T/ 1 3% 3%
/s/ 6 18% 23%
/S/ 0 0% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%
/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 2 6% 5%
/m/ 6 18% 11%
/n/ 9 27% 14%
/G/ 1 3% 1%
/l/ 10 30% 22%
/r/ 17 51% 27%
/w/ 1 3% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

Sparks:
Number of Responses: 36
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Set of Very Similar Words: 1 (shiff, shoof, fesh, fezzery, fliks; frell, fil, flir, fliks; skrinch, skrit, skirnessed, skir, spektratress, snitz; swesp, swibs)

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 3 8% 10%
/d/ 3 8% 12%
/g/ 1 3% 8%
/p/ 4 11% 15%
/t/ 8 22% 21%
/k/ 6 17% 19%
/v/ 2 6% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 7 19% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 9 25% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 18 50% 23%
/S/ 5 14% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 1 3% 5%
/m/ 5 14% 11%
/n/ 7 19% 14%
/G/ 0 0% 1%
/l/ 14 39% 22%
/r/ 15 42% 27%

/w/ 3 8% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%


Water:
Number of Responses: 36
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/dit/) (also glip, gloop; blit, blart, blon; ploid, proid, polt, prold; pim, pom)
Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 10 28% 10%
/d/ 6 17% 12%

/g/ 3 8% 8%
/p/ 13 36% 15%
/t/ 8 22% 21%
/k/ 3 8% 19%
/v/ 0 0% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 2 6% 9%
/T/ 1 3% 3%
/s/ 6 17% 23%
/S/ 0 0% 8%

/h/ 1 3% 4%
/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 5 14% 11%
/n/ 4 11% 14%
/G/ 0 0% 1%
/l/ 18 50% 22%
/r/ 9 25% 27%
/w/ 1 3% 8%
/j/ 2 6% 5%


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to scrape the black stuff off overdone toast
crusp (66,F,11,N), scrank (67,F,37,Y/N), scruff (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), skug (70,,,), crut (71,M,25,N), scrick (75,M,37,Y/N), strape (77,M,40,N), scrap (78,F,19,N), scranch (80,F,54,N), sclur (81,M,25,N), crabe (84,F,22,N), threck (85,M,33,Y), crat (94,M,56,Y), cratchott (90,F,23,N), crinch, krup (97,M,26,N), schlick (96,F,29,N), scrat (95,M,28,N), scrudge (92,M,23,N), skeet (87,M,49,Y/N) (Australian English), scrutch (99,F,43,Y/N), to trask (100,M,67,N), shrik (101,M,48,N), narx (106,M,47,N), risp (107,F,46,N), scritch (108,,,), prak (109,M,36,Y), skritch (110,F,29,N), crois (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), stroat (113,F,24,N), scraff (114,M,36,Y/N), trizz (72,F,23,N), rasify (79,,,), flom (82,F,17,N), shrip (83,M,43,N), mov (86,F,40,N), vland (91,F,,N), har (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), crav (111,M,21,Y/N), prode (116,F,15,N), cheech (76,F,55,N). blackies (117, , , ), Shal (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), WAKE (125,F,,N), crep (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), dant (124,F,15,N), krysh (122,M,32,Y) Russian, remf (118,M,31,N). tsek (119,M,51,N), Scrench (133,F,49,N), brust (126,M,51,Y), choruff (140,M,,N), crabb (141,M,20,N), decarbon (142,F,50,N), decummble (137,M,,N), frak (139,,,), fruss (132,M,,N), gloot (138,M,63,N), grik (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), grunch (134,M,41,N), krash (131,M,23,N,Greek), kuock (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), scash (127,F,29,N), screk (128,M,39,Y), sheff (135,F,29,Y), to scimb (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

to drag something heavy into the water
slug (67,F,37,Y/N), shlunt (71,M,25,N), swarf (75,M,37,Y/N), slood (77,M,40,N), pulge (78,F,19,N), bluss (79,,,), splooge (80,F,54,N), dloosh (88,M,38,N), fleem (72,F,23,N), floog (84,F,22,N), floaur (90,F,23,N), flomp (92,M,23,N), gleb (91,F,,N), glumph (96,F,29,N), deung (94,M,56,Y), dong (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), chong (76,F,55,N), deung (94,M,56,Y), dong (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), dloosh (88,M,38,N), draurch (87,M,49,Y/N), druck (109,M,36,Y), plunt (93,F,52,N), spa (97,M,26,N), pulge (78,F,19,N), splooge (80,F,54,N), flomp (92,M,23,N), hlunf (85,M,33,Y), huf (86,F,40,N), watin (74,N,25,N) (Spanish), grutten (81,M,25,N), scoo (82,F,17,N), thor (66,F,11,N), thund (95,M,28,N), blave (113,F,24,N), bloaf (114,M,36,Y/N), broof (101,M,48,N), greb (111,M,21,Y/N), grunsh (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), harve (99,F,43,Y/N), passus (108,,,), pund (110,F,29,N), swarsh (106,M,47,N), hoash (100,M,67,N), toag (107,F,46,N), whooff (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), DREDG (125,F,,N), Garr (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), braw (122,M,32,Y) Russian, czroop (126,M,22,N) (appalachian english), drigs (118,M,31,N), flul (119,M,51,N), plurg (124,F,15,N), stug (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), Slorp (133,F,49,N), bluge (140,M,,N), braff (135,F,29,Y), buhtch (not butch) (138,M,63,N), bulong (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), dloob (139,,,), drash (127,F,29,N), evie (128,M,39,Y), flurt (141,M,20,N), insh (126,M,51,Y), oong (131,M,23,N,Greek), plaf (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), slarth (137,M,,N), sploosh (142,F,50,N), sploot (134,M,41,N), to wouth (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), walp (132,M,,N)

to swarm over the head like mosquitos
bizz (67,F,37,Y/N), ziz (75,M,37,Y/N), spuzz (76,F,55,N), whaze (77,M,40,N), bizz (80,F,54,N), swizz (87,M,49,Y/N), zirr (95,M,28,N), zlit (92,M,23,N), briz (99,F,43,Y/N), beez (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), ripz (106,M,47,N), sizz (107,F,46,N), frazz (110,F,29,N), fush (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), swape (78,F,19,N), moshd (74,N,25,N) (Spanish), bist (83,M,43,N), peeeesh (96,F,29,N), tsib (91,F,,N), shum (109,M,36,Y), slif (111,M,21,Y/N), svet (113,F,24,N), shraf (114,M,36,Y/N), fush (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), virn (71,M,25,N), neefly (79,,,), pfligsh (90,F,23,N), fleek (101,M,48,N), slif (111,M,21,Y/N), svet (113,F,24,N), shraf (114,M,36,Y/N), tly (66,F,11,N), tui (86,F,40,N), bist (83,M,43,N), tragle (84,F,22,N), vant (85,M,33,Y), tawm (94,M,56,Y), tsib (91,F,,N), blitting (103,F,32,N), svet (113,F,24,N), nerr (72,F,23,N), noying (93,F,52,N), uun (97,M,26,N), neeng (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), geh (82,F,17,N), hom (100,M,67,N), morm (108,,,), SLOTH (125,F,,N), Zann (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), ect (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), gzee (122,M,32,Y) Russian, horm (119,M,51,N), mimst (118,M,31,N), saulp (124,F,15,N), biz (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), bugz (126,M,51,Y), feem (128,M,39,Y), fisp (140,M,,N), flut (134,M,41,N), fwize (138,M,63,N), fzeer (139,,,), gozz (131,M,23,N,Greek), naterise (142,F,50,N), svimp (135,F,29,Y), tizz (132,M,,N), to koup (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), varrat (137,M,,N), zarm (141,M,20,N), zwing (127,F,29,N)

the texture of a hedgehog
flick or fluck (67,F,37,Y/N), plack (75,M,37,Y/N), pilk (76,F,55,N), prake (77,M,40,N), vicklen (81,M,25,N), skruk (84,F,22,N), juck (85,M,33,Y), heckkee (90,F,23,N), plunk (93,F,52,N), spick (87,M,49,Y/N), sprick (92,M,23,N), sprick (99,F,43,Y/N), the kleik (100,M,67,N), bresk (101,M,48,N), rickee (108,,,), crisk (109,M,36,Y), plick (110,F,29,N), sporn (66,F,11,N), ruff (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), kret (72,F,23,N), grudge (78,F,19,N), gorsic (79,,,), ramber (80,F,54,N), rumo (86,F,40,N), crin (95,M,28,N), croany (94,M,56,Y), brough (96,F,29,N), fri (97,M,26,N), frz (106,M,47,N), truph (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), grulb (113,F,24,N), shav (71,M,25,N), het (74,N,25,N) (Spanish), kill (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), stip (107,F,46,N), pid (111,M,21,Y/N), schnit (114,M,36,Y/N), bing (116,F,15,N), HUFF (125,F,,N), Qon (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), crin (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), giz (124,F,15,N), grick (119,M,51,N), krickt (118,M,31,N), kuek (vowel like in German) (122,M,32,Y) Russian, crup (137,M,,N), fuwzul (142,F,50,N), gridge (132,M,,N), gyp (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), krik (131,M,23,N,Greek), murr (140,M,,N), plit (128,M,39,Y), porp (139,,,), pring (126,M,51,Y), schweemp (134,M,41,N), sporn (127,F,29,N), strinch (141,M,20,N), thub (138,M,63,N)

the feeling you get falling downward on a roller coaster
ling (66,F,11,N), yeete (67,F,37,Y/N), eeck (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), heen (72,F,23,N), yee (75,M,37,Y/N), screamish (79,,,), jiip (86,F,40,N), : cink (103,F,32,N), ulf (71,M,25,N), trumb (77,M,40,N), ump (80,F,54,N), hurb (92,M,23,N), lup (91,F,,N), , brumb (109,M,36,Y), : brun (110,F,29,N), ung (soft g like j in jeooy) (100,M,67,N), ooaaahhh (81,M,25,N), foosh (84,F,22,N), shen (85,M,33,Y), arbiouf (90,F,23,N), oom (95,M,28,N), sloum (94,M,56,Y), woomp (96,F,29,N), wu (97,M,26,N), wauch (87,M,49,Y/N), foom (99,F,43,Y/N), : froosh (108,,,), loo (106,M,47,N), pyooh (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), whaze (114,M,36,Y/N), ling (66,F,11,N), ulf (71,M,25,N), wurl (76,F,55,N), hallou (78,F,19,N), lup (91,F,,N), velp (113,F,24,N), screamish (79,,,), foosh (84,F,22,N), shen (85,M,33,Y), : froosh (108,,,), shah (116,F,15,N), imphed (88,M,38,N), kics (93,F,52,N), gar (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), osh (107,F,46,N), slon (111,M,21,Y/N), voissst (101,M,48,N), Aa (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), WILNCH (125,F,,N), hailsh (118,M,31,N), harl (119,M,51,N), lor (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), rean (124,F,15,N), weeh (122,M,32,Y) Russian, Floop (133,F,49,N), ald (139,,,), bloosh (132,M,,N), bool (140,M,,N), buoe (135,F,29,Y), dropsic (142,F,50,N), heugh (127,F,29,N), ka (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), oohph (137,M,,N), oorg (131,M,23,N,Greek), roon (128,M,39,Y), runck (141,M,20,N), scrong (126,M,51,Y), ush (138,M,63,N), waaaaaaaa (134,M,41,N), woom (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), yieks (136,F,22,Y,Dutch)

the appearance of the sky before a storm
glusk (66,F,11,N), glun (67,F,37,Y/N), bluj (71,M,25,N), trarl (72,F,23,N), swelf (75,M,37,Y/N), borl (76,F,55,N), browl (77,M,40,N), blish (78,F,19,N), overblustery (79,,,), bloonch (80,F,54,N), grobe (84,F,22,N),loor (85,M,33,Y), brack (95,M,28,N), brould (87,M,49,Y/N), grucimious (90,F,23,N), blark (108,,,), bo (116,F,15,N), rarsh (106,M,47,N), rowl (99,F,43,Y/N), druden (81,M,25,N), drade (83,M,43,N), dtrum (86,F,40,N), doar (111,M,21,Y/N), drel (110,F,29,N), durm (100,M,67,N), bloonch (80,F,54,N), brould (87,M,49,Y/N), woosh (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), dwagh (91,F,,N),khoom (94,M,56,Y), pooah (96,F,29,N), tume (again) (92,M,23,N), moog (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), oon (114,M,36,Y/N), turgd (88,M,38,N), plonk (93,F,52,N), sh (97,M,26,N), marv (113,F,24,N), hund (109,M,36,Y), lod (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), ompending (103,F,32,N), snam (101,M,48,N), Ban (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), WWELNT (125,F,,N), bdog (122,M,32,Y) Russian, frogk (126,M,22,N) (appalachian english), inshe (118,M,31,N), murm (119,M,51,N), stel (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), blay (134,M,41,N), dekt (128,M,39,Y), doil (137,M,,N), doop (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), durm (132,M,,N), frath (141,M,20,N), grez (142,F,50,N), lor (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), pluth (135,F,29,Y), smuck (127,F,29,N), somb (138,M,63,N), splooge (126,M,51,Y), tonche (140,M,,N), trorn (139,,,), vond (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), zaal (131,M,23,N,Greek)

a paper cutter
slom (66,F,11,N), schnip (67,F,37,Y/N), iper (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), shern (71,M,25,N), crig (72,F,23,N), snarp (75,M,37,Y/N), sirk (76,F,55,N), scrat (77,M,40,N), pouter (78,F,19,N), zug (79,,,), splize (80,F,54,N), scur (82,F,17,N), cutch (83,M,43,N), skitch (84,F,22,N), cuck (85,M,33,Y), zuuter (81,M,25,N), effor (86,F,40,N), fwip (97,M,26,N), plact (91,F,,N), schick (96,F,29,N), shist (88,M,38,N), shomp (95,M,28,N), slike (87,M,49,Y/N), slint (92,M,23,N), tator (94,M,56,Y), zingt (90,F,23,N), slipe (99,F,43,Y/N), a knip (100,M,67,N), shrit (101,M,48,N), kip (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), schink (106,M,47,N), crill (107,F,46,N), clish (108,,,), srick (109,M,36,Y), snick (110,F,29,N), plit (111,M,21,Y/N), krish (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), shray (113,F,24,N), shiff (114,M,36,Y/N), fush (116,F,15,N), luble (93,F,52,N), Shaft (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), papercutter: TROCK (125,F,,N), chiv (122,M,32,Y) Russian, hof (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), nischk (119,M,51,N), spliff (118,M,31,N), cip (128,M,39,Y), ding (131,M,23,N,Greek), kchunk (134,M,41,N), qat (137,M,,N), scham (141,M,20,N), schlick (132,M,,N), scrutch (138,M,63,N), scut (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), shar (127,F,29,N), shfit (139,,,), slade (126,M,51,Y), slick (138,M,52,Y,Chinese), slig (135,F,29,Y), spukkre (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), timpf (140,M,,N)

a layer of pollen on plant leaves
plun (66,F,11,N), foss (71,M,25,N), priff (72,F,23,N), if (75,M,37,Y/N), pluft (77,M,40,N), plonnen (78,F,19,N), powglu (79,,,), fulz (80,F,54,N), phloo (82,F,17,N), pust (83,M,43,N), flathe (84,F,22,N), melf (85,M,33,Y), fice (95,M,28,N), fif (88,M,38,N), flust (87,M,49,Y/N), glup (97,M,26,N), plin (91,F,,N), foad (101,M,48,N), druf (109,M,36,Y), frol (110,F,29,N), herf (114,M,36,Y/N), pone (100,M,67,N), must (67,F,37,Y/N), dew (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), glit (76,F,55,N), yoy (86,F,40,N), bweet (96,F,29,N), chou (93,F,52,N), harash (90,F,23,N), meem , fiff (99,F,43,Y/N)(94,M,56,Y), twunt (92,M,23,N), tibst (106,M,47,N), trest (113,F,24,N), dusry (108,,,), hev (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), resb (111,M,21,Y/N), shom (107,F,46,N),sith (116,F,15,N), treen (104,M,53,N) (Spanish), GRETH (125,F,,N), pollenlayer: Nab (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), cim (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), fley (119,M,51,N), ponn (118,M,31,N), siff (124,F,15,N), theisees (126,M,22,N) (appalachian english), thill (122,M,32,Y) Russian, glod (126,M,51,Y), Smust (133,F,49,N), blahny (139,,,), chiz (140,M,,N), flath (132,M,,N), foll (127,F,29,N), ghab (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), greuf (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), hinf (141,M,20,N), muz (138,M,63,N), phuzz (134,M,41,N), sholl (137,M,,N), vool (128,M,39,Y)

the knobs on the spikes of a hairbrush
blon (66,F,11,N), glibs (67,F,37,Y/N), pins (68,F,38,N) (Spanish), mub (71,M,25,N), pims (72,F,23,N), knubs (76,F,55,N), pabs (77,M,40,N), spoke (78,F,19,N), bubs (80,F,54,N), knurbles (81,M,25,N), apin (83,M,43,N), bleps (84,F,22,N), spup (86,F,40,N), blom (91,F,,N), bops (95,M,28,N), clob (87,M,49,Y/N), koops (94,M,56,Y), kwip (97,M,26,N), pibblits (90,F,23,N), ploinks (92,M,23,N), slibs (93,F,52,N), bloobs (99,F,43,Y/N), pobs (101,M,48,N), bools (104,M,53,N) (Spanish) bips (107,F,46,N), pipple (108,,,), jibs (109,M,36,Y), bliks (110,F,29,N), prelt (112,F,24,Y) (Indonesian), probs (113,F,24,N), dolbs (114,M,36,Y/N), pul (116,F,15,N), twerm (75,M,37,Y/N), scalrotundities (79,,,), skooks (85,M,33,Y), dids (88,M,38,N), dins (96,F,29,N), knicks (100,M,67,N), frzl (106,M,47,N), gynt (111,M,21,Y/N), BOLP (125,F,,N), Shuk (123,M,42,N) (Egyptian), bleebs (119,M,51,N), bliks (122,M,32,Y) Russian, fengz (118,M,31,N), spips (120,M,25,N) (Amer-indian English), Blomps (133,F,49,N), blob (129,M,23,N,Arabic,French), doobs (126,M,51,Y), drobbs (141,M,20,N), gorbs (132,M,,N), lapk (128,M,39,Y), peep (139,,,), piffs (140,M,,N), plup (134,M,41,N), skaits (136,F,22,Y,Dutch), spob (127,F,29,N), taft (137,M,,N), thorb (138,M,63,N)

Statistics after 117 Entries

to scrape the black stuff off overdone toast:
Number of Responses: 41
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/skriC/)
Other Very Similar Words: krat, krachot, krinch, krut; krabe, krav, krup, krusp, prak; krois, krusp; skraff, skruff, skrap; skranch, skrich, skrich, skrutch, skrudge, skrank, skrick; sklik, sklur; skrat, skeet; shrik, shrip

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 1 2% 10%
/d/ 2 5% 12%
/g/ 1 2% 8%
/p/ 8 20% 15%
/t/ 10 24% 21%
/k/ 28 68% 19%
/v/ 3 7% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 2% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 3 7% 9%
/T/ 1 2% 3%
/s/ 22 54% 23%
/S/ 2 5% 8%
/h/ 1 2% 4%
/J/ 1 2% 4%
/C/ 7 17% 5%
/m/ 2 5% 11%
/n/ 4 10% 14%
/G/ 1 2% 1%
/l/ 4 10% 22%
/r/ 34 83% 27%

/w/ 0 0% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

to drag something heavy into the water:
Number of Responses: 40
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 3
Other Very Similar Words: blave, bloaf, broof; hlunf, glunf, harve, huf; swarf, swarsh, hoash, woof; floaur, flomp, floog; gleb, greb

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 6 16% 10%
/d/ 8 20% 12%
/g/ 8 20% 8%

/p/ 7 18% 15%
/t/ 5 13% 21%
/k/ 2 5% 19%

/v/ 2 5% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 0 0% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 11 28% 9%
/T/ 2 5% 3%
/s/ 9 23% 23%
/S/ 4 10% 8%
/h/ 4 10% 4%
/J/ 2 5% 4%
/C/ 2 5% 5%
/m/ 3 8% 11%
/n/ 9 23% 14%
/G/ 3 8% 1%
/l/ 17 43% 22%

/r/ 11 28% 27%
/w/ 4 10% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

to swarm over the head like mosquitos:
Number of Responses: 40
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 3
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/biz/)
Other Very Similar Words: beez, bist, bizz, bizz, briz, peeeesh, frazz, sizz, spuzz, swizz, whaze, ziz, ripz; shraf, shum, slif, spuzz, svet, swape, swizz; zirr, ziz, zlit; vant, virn; bist, tsib, blit, svet, tawm

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 7 18% 10%
/d/ 1 2% 12%
/g/ 3 28% 8%
/p/ 5 13% 15%
/t/ 10 25% 21%
/k/ 1 2% 19%
/v/ 3 8% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 14 35% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 7 18% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 8 20% 23%
/S/ 6 15% 8%
/h/ 1 2% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 6 15% 11%
/n/ 7 18% 14%
/G/ 1 2% 1%
/l/ 8 20% 22%
/r/ 9 23% 27%
/w/ 3 8% 8%
/j/ 3 8% 5%

the texture of a hedgehog:
Number of Responses: 39
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 3
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/sprik/)
Other Very Similar Words: kret, skruk, rickee, crisk; kleik, kill; flick, fluck, pilk, plack, plick, plunk, prake, spick, sprick, sprick, vicklen; bresk, heckkee, juck; ramber, rumo

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 5 13% 10%
/d/ 1 3% 12%
/g/ 3 8% 8%
/p/ 11 28% 15%
/t/ 5 13% 21%
/k/ 25 64% 19%
/v/ 2 5% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 6 15% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 9 23% 23%
/S/ 2 5% 8%
/h/ 2 5% 4%
/J/ 2 5% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 2 5% 11%
/n/ 6 15% 14%
/G/ 1 3% 1%
/l/ 10 26% 22%
/r/ 21 54% 27%
/w/ 0 0% 8%
/j/ 4 10% 5%

the feeling you get falling downward on a roller coaster:

Number of Responses: 39
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 3
Pairs of Identical Words: 0
Other Very Similar Words: kink, eek, kiks; foom, foosh, froosh; slon, sloum; woomp, oom, ump, ung; yee, yeete

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 5 13% 10%
/d/ 1 3% 12%
/g/ 1 3% 8%

/p/ 6 15% 15%
/t/ 3 8% 21%
/k/ 6 15% 19%
/v/ 1 3% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 6 15% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 5 13% 23%
/S/ 5 13% 8%
/h/ 3 8% 4%

/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 9 23% 11%
/n/ 7 18% 14%
/G/ 2 5% 1%
/l/ 9 23% 22%
/r/ 9 23% 27%
/w/ 6 15% 8%
/j/ 4 10% 5%

the appearance of the sky before a storm:

Number of Responses: 39
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 2
Pairs of Identical Words: 0
Other Very Similar Words: blish, bloonch, bluj, bo, borl, brould, browl; blark, brak; doar, drade, drel, druden; dtrum, durm

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 10 26% 10%
/d/ 14 36% 12%
/g/ 7 18% 8%
/p/ 3 8% 15%
/t/ 4 10% 21%

/k/ 6 15% 19%
/v/ 1 3% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 0 0% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 1 3% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 4 10% 23%
/S/ 4 10% 8%
/h/ 1 3% 4%
/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 1 3% 5%
/m/ 9 23% 11%
/n/ 7 18% 14%
/G/ 1 3% 1%
/l/ 16 41% 22%
/r/ 19 49% 27%

/w/ 3 8% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%

a paper cutter:
Number of Responses: 41
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 1
Pairs of Identical Words: 0
Other Very Similar Words: clish, slike; cuck, cutch, krish, schick, schink, sirk, skitch, snick, srick; kip, knip, plact; schnip, snarp; scrat, scur; shern, shray, shrit; shiff, shomp, slom, slipe, splize; zingt, zug, zuuter; effor, iper, pouter; tator, zuuter

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 1 2% 10%
/d/ 0 0% 12%

/g/ 2 5% 8%
/p/ 12 29% 15%
/t/ 11 27% 21%
/k/ 19 46% 19%

/v/ 0 0% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 4 10% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 4 10% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 12 29% 23%
/S/ 12 29% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 2 5% 5%
/m/ 2 5% 11%
/n/ 6 15% 14%
/G/ 2 5% 1%

/l/ 11 27% 22%
/r/ 6 15% 27%
/w/ 1 2% 8%
/j/ 1 2% 5%

a layer of pollen on plant leaves:
Number of Responses: 40
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 3
Pairs of Identical Words: 1 (/fif/)
Other Very Similar Words: fice, foss, fulz; fif, fiff, herf, hev, if; flust, must, pust; phloo; melf, pluft, priff; plin, plonnen, plun, pone

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 3 8% 10%
/d/ 4 10% 12%
/g/ 3 8% 8%
/p/ 9 23% 15%
/t/ 11 28% 21%
/k/ 0 0% 19%
/v/ 1 3% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 18 45% 9%
/T/ 2 5% 3%
/s/ 10 25% 23%
/S/ 2 5% 8%
/h/ 3 8% 4%
/J/ 0 0% 4%
/C/ 1 3% 5%
/m/ 5 13% 11%
/n/ 6 15% 14%
/G/ 0 0% 1%
/l/ 13 33% 22%
/r/ 9 23% 27%
/w/ 6 15% 8%
/j/ 3 8% 5%

the knobs on the spikes of a hairbrush:
Number of Responses: 40
Number Which Did Not Fit English Syllable Structure: 4
Pairs of Identical Words: 0
Other Very Similar Words: apin, blon, pin; bip, blep, bloob, bop, bub, pab, pibblit, pipple, pob, prob, spup; blep, blik, blom, blon, bool, clob, dolb, glib, prelt, pul, slib; knick, skook; mub, pim, pin; knub, knurble, koop, kwip, spoke, ploink

Phoneme # % % in All MonoSyllables
/b/ 23 58% 10%
/d/ 5 13% 12%
/g/ 2 5% 8%
/p/ 20 50% 15%
/t/ 5 13% 21%
/k/ 13 33% 19%

/v/ 0 0% 3%
/H/ 0 0% 1%
/z/ 1 3% 3%
/Z/ 0 0% 0%
/f/ 1 3% 9%
/T/ 0 0% 3%
/s/ 5 13% 23%
/S/ 0 0% 8%
/h/ 0 0% 4%

/J/ 1 3% 4%
/C/ 0 0% 5%
/m/ 4 10% 11%
/n/ 9 23% 14%
/G/ 1 3% 1%
/l/ 18 45% 22%
/r/ 6 15% 27%

/w/ 2 5% 8%
/j/ 0 0% 5%


Answers to Specific Questions

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Bodily function:

* Secretion: the formation of puss around an infection; secretion of liquids by tissues; sweat; an annual purging & sloughing, like menstruation but not gender-specific; to slough off or eliminate; earwax; lactating; sweat; sweating above the upper lip; urination, secretion of plasma in scar formation; to spit; sweat; thyroid secretion; to pass lqd. from kidney to bladder; urinate(under the influence of Dutch 'nat'"wet"??; holding in one's spit, watering of the eyes; bladder, snot ejection; sweat; the dislodgement (internally) of gas; when the skin excretes a thick eliminative sweat., a small noise made in clearing the sinuses; evacuating nasal gung
* Mouth/Throat: a tongueless, lips only, dry kiss; connected with speaking, tongue, mouth; choking, coughing; clearing the throat; to clear ones throat; stammering; to spit; n is connected with the nose, m - with lips, smth like breathing; clearing the throat; the vibration of the vocal cords when you are singing or talking as high as you possibly can; a small squeal, from a baby; respiration; swallow; chew; to cough slightly; delicate throat-clearing; slowing of heartbeat on expiration
* Nose: breathing; sniff; something you do with your nose; out of breath; running nose; sneeze; n is connected with the nose, m - with lips, smth like breathing; breathing; clearing of the nasal passages; a small noise made in clearing the sinuses; evacuating nasal gung
* Digestion: digestion; digestion; eating; digestion; burp; eat; intestinal
* Sleep: sleep; to lie silent; sleep; sleep
* Other: blood production, arm; walking; hearing; thinking; touching; thinking; shivering; beating of the heart; speak or hear; 2nd; loosening of scabs; hair growth; a blink; headscratching; memorization; sight; heartbeat; sight
Color:
* Brown/Gray: drab, n/a; light grayish; orange to brown; purplish-brown; gray; light brown w/a touch of green; gray; blue-grey; brown; brown; dull light grey; brown; brownish green; brown; grayish beige; tan; bluish-brown; brownish-gray; beigish; grey; brownish yellow; grey-silver
* Yellow: yellow; yellow green; yellow; brown; yellow; yellowish (pale); light yellow; yellow; yellow; yellow; bright yellow; yellow; brownish yellow; straw; yellow; dirty yellowy green; yellow-green
* Green: green; bluegreen; red blending to green; green-blue; brownish green; greenish; light green; a type of green; a shade of green; green
* Blue: light blue; bluegreen; green-blue; blue-grey; blue; dusky blue; bluish-brown; blue; bluish; dark dark blue; blue; blue; light blue
* Red: deep red; red blending to green; puce; deep red; red; between red and pink; dark red; brick red; red
* White: beige; beige; white; off-white; beige; putty/beige; stark white; beige
* Dark: black; dark blue; blue; dark purple; dull; black
* Purple: dark purple; lavender; purple
* Other: definitely not a basic color; nem!; anything but yellow
Size:
* Small: small; small; little; little; little; little; little; small; little; little; small; little; little; little; little; little, of course; little; little; little; little; little; little; little; small; small; little; little; medium small; small; small; little; little; little; little; little (size of a mouse); little; little; little; little; little, n implies negation; small; small; small but not tiny; med-small; little; little; little; little; little; little, little, little; little; little; little; little; little; small; small; little; little; little; little; little; little; litte
* Medium: medium; medium small; med-small
* Big: big; big; big; big; big, big; big; big; big; big; big
* Other: neither, na, both

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Shape:

* Round: round; oval; round and pointed; circle; spherical; round; oval; flat and oval; round; conical; rounded rectangle; circle; oval; between octa-/dodecagonal and circular, in a cylinder widening in the middle; round; dolabriform; somewhat flat and round; circular; flat & round; pointy and round; bulky, bulgy, squat; oval; arch; circle; balloon; cylinder; round; oblong; ovoid; round; round and slightly flattened; rectangular, but with rounded corners
* Sharp/Angular: sharp; irreggular/angular; acute irregular polygon; round and pointed; square; sharp and pointy, star like; conical; angular; edged, large, squarish; dolabriform; angular; sharp, angular; angular; has angles; pointy; pointy and round; conical; conical; star-shaped; curved surfaces meeting in straight edged, often coming to a single point; a sheet with a cylinder coming from one corner; sharp
* Polygonal: irreggular/angular; acute irregular polygon; octoganal; between octa-/dodecagonal and circular, in a cylinder widening in the middle; geometric; polygonal; hexagonal; cuboid; hexagonal; rectangular; star-shaped; pentagonal; square; triangular; triangular; rectangular, but with rounded corners
* Container: container; husk; a gourd shape; a pointed egg; barrel shaped; cuboid; balloon
* Flat: something flat; flat and oval; flat & round; somewhat flat and round; round and slightly flattened
* Long: long rectangle; long, losenge; tubular; cylinder
* Other: irregular; amoebic with little peninsulae irregularly spaced externally protruding
Texture:
* Knobby/Bumpy/Prickly: spiny; hard; rough; hard, bumpy; rippled but smooth; hard; pebbly; knobby; rough; rough wood; relatively smooth with large protrusions; wicker-weave; rough; non-shiny, maybe knobbly?; like a loose weave of thick twine; hard, with a lot of edges, prickly; a bit rough, like bread; has short hair-like stuff pointed generally in one direction; rough; wooden; spiky; bumpy; rasp; granular; rough; rough; a textured surface where many small areas of regularity and smoothness are positioned close together, so that the fingers passing over them produce a sound between the rustle of dry leaves and the slither of silk; bubbly, pebbly, grainy; sandpaper; scratchy; woven bamboo; sharp
* Smooth: like plaster; squishy; smooth; smooth; gritty/dusty but underlying smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; rippled but smooth; viscous; smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; relatively smooth with large protrusions; smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; glossy; smooth; smooth; smooth; soft and smooth, like wax; brownish leather; hard and smooth; pasty; fairly smooth; smooth; smooth; smooth; slick; smooth; smooth; a textured surface where many small areas of regularity and smoothness are positioned close together, so that the fingers passing over them produce a sound between the rustle of dry leaves and the slither of silk; smooth but not shiny-smooth
* Spongy: spongy; spongy; soft; mealy; soft
Motion:
* Jerky/Jabbing: let go; abrupt; jump; brisk; quick jerks; fast, brisk; a quick motion; a swift relatively hard strike; frisbee-like; quick; jerky hand jabbing; struts in a pause-go motion like a chicken's bobbing head; zigzag; stop and go; intermittant; jerky; jerking; quick, horizontal; abrupt; erratic; fast then sudden halting; scudding bumpily; slightly erratic, slow, unidirectional; dancing
* Swing: swing; rolling waves; crawling motion of slime; circular; wave; gliding; circular; swishing; rolling; fast short and curved; to descend on a curve; arching; like being in a boat rocking gently on the sea; circular; smooth swinging or fanning; a smooth arc of movement, ending in an articulation or contact with a surface. A sequence of such movements; arcing away, any speed; sweeping
* Fall: let go; fall helplesly; roll down a hill; to descend on a curve; going deep; diving
* Smooth: away in a rapid smooth way; to skim about as if on ice; constant; fluid; fluidic; slow and steady; smooth, relatively rapid; steady and constant; ; a smooth arc of movement, ending in an articulation or contact with a surface. A sequence of such movements
* Rapid: away in a rapid smooth way fast in one direction; to quickly overtake another thing; fast; smooth, relatively rapid; fast
* Other: a hand motion; horizontal; slow; swift; slow shuffle; being pushed into something; slow; back and forth, like rasping; small gentle; stride along/on very slowly; slowly floating; slow; cold
Thinking:
* Ponder: ponder; penetrating concentration; remembering; to ponder, to reflect upon; problem solving; mulling over; ponder; deep thought without emotion; philosophy; to ponder; reflection; to consider for a while; to rach your brain trying to think of something; contemplation; to mull over; to concentrate deeply; to think on a thing for a solution, rather calmly; to consider from all angles; thorough pondering or musing; to question ones self; to cogigate hard on a subject; ruminating
* Forgetting/Ignoring/Overlooking: ignore; overlook; not knowing; the inability to connect two thoughts; overlooking truth; erratic thought patterns; something you just forgot to ask; being drowsy; forgetting and remembering again; being stuck, unable to think; pass / give up
* New Idea: to come across a new idea; a flash of brilliance; learning; to come to a firm conclusion; to settle on a decision; a thought; smooth, quick thinking; fast but unstructured leaps of thought
* Alone: time to oneself; state of relaxed semi-consciousness where one is aware of one's surroundings, but not interacting with it
* Other: dogma or philosophical impasse; slow; reflexes; logical, analytical; meta-consciousness; quick guess; tense worry; controlling emotional response; remembrance; a rested relaxed state of mind; walk/go´pass through one's mind as a farmer through his fields; angry and forceful; briefly consider; determining; silent prayer

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Motion
:
* Waves/Water: like a boat on the waves; dancing; wave; upwards; buoyant object on turbulent sea; wobbly; swaying; like a bat swing, long, smooth; fluid; bouncing heavily; a big sweeping motion; a drunk dancing, slowly and unsteadily moving from side to side; waddle; rocking; rolling around; gentle & undulating; drift down slowly; up and down, as in water; a progress achieved by large curves, that finish close to their point of origin; to sink to a point just below the surface; rocking, rhythmic
* Stumbling: broad-unfocused; circular, unfocused; cursory, varied speed; shifting; awkward stumbly walking; uncertain; one with double jointed hips; slipping; wobbling, yet waltz-like; lurching; slow & ungainly; irregular, inconsistent; rocky; heavy, crude, slow, lunky; slow and clumsy
* Slow/Constant: continuous; slow and constant; sitting; slow, smooth; slow and gainly; slow;a drunk dancing, slowly and unsteadily moving from side to side; circular and slow; slow; long, slow stroking; drift down slowly; slow & ungainly; slow; slow; heavy, crude, slow, lunky; slow and clumsy; smooth, like a sloth slowly; solemn
* Heavy: climb; heavy and plodding; crawling; larger and not purposeful; broad; flapping of a large bird
* Fall: flip, fall over; sinking; falling; rolling downward
* Other: rapid acceleration with a sudden braking lurch; sitting; excited; backwards; evasive action; sporadic angular; up; circular spin; triangular; punch
Texture:
* Soft/Smooth: soft; slippery; soft and fluffy; soft and wet; soft fibrous woven; smooth; smooth, silky; creamy; smooth; round, soft, flexible, of cloth; smooth and squishy, like mud; a bit slick; soft as dough; soft and furry; smooth; greasy and soft; plush; smooth; smooth and sticky; smooth but thick; soft and stringy; heavy, thick, liquid; soft; viscous, mucillaginous
* Rough/Bumpy: scaley; hessian; rough, stubbly; bean bag; soft fibrous woven; rough, bumpy; rough; bumpy; bumpy; wet and clothlike; grainy; goat-hair rough; rough; rough material; rough; bumpy; froglike; like rough fiber; rough; coarse, woven; rough; many small, ovoid, flat areas combined and overlaid; bulbous; lumpy; spherical with a flattened side
* Watery: like a water balloon; thin, watery; a singular bump on an otherwise smooth surface; liquid; wet and cold; wet and clothlike; liquid; like water
* Furry/Hairy: furry; furry; hairy; soft and furry; goat-hair rough; a little rough; furry; like rough fiber; soft and stringy; woolly; wooly; hairy
* Other: powdery; big and fat; hard
Talk:
* Unclear/Empty: unknown language; circular, unfocused; flatulent and obtuse; jibberish; gibberish; useless polite conversation; to prattle on clumsily; waffle; unlearned; garbled slang; chattering about inconsequential matters; moaning; annoying lament; waffling, imprecise
* Boring: boring; droning; monologue; talking while yawning of boredom; babbling; monotonous and boring (maybe preachingly as well?); to persist in bringing into a conversation, mention of personal, commonplace events, that are on little interest to the other participants in the conversation
* Loud/Boastful/Vulgar: loud, announcement; throaty; growling; loud and boastful; deep, grating; loud but friendly; pronouncement; loud and demanding; bragging; vulgar; blunt, rude; loud
* Gutteral: a gutteral European dialect; gutteral, low volume discussion just above the tone of a whisper; croak; like that of a frog with a hot potato in its mouth; gutteral mumbling; gravelly whining; throaty
* Whisper: semi-whisper; gutteral, low volume discussion just above the tone of a whisper; whispering; quiet talk; low and slow; low and slow
* Friendly: very familiar; loud but friendly; conversation over beer; conciliatory
* Informative: directive, informative; analytical discussion; familiar, descriptive
* Other: Scottish herdsmen lingo; stuttered; slow and considered; jungle talk; fast; slow; complaining; open and honest (a little rough) ; lazy moralizing; plain unadorned; casual, slow; funny; moaning and wailing; slow & ungainly; dog; simple; ritual language

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Motion
:
* Abrupt/Ungraceful: lunge forward w/abrupt stop; descending; forward; downwards with a bump; "He forped right into the coffee table and then knocked over the lamp"; falling; sudden, unpremeditated or unexpected; stopping short; ungraceful; slide uncontrollably under another object; a punch; streamlined yet somewhat awkward; abrupt; ungainly; a sharp, direct one; sudden acceleration; quick attack; one forward flop onto something else, covering it; a thrusting one; chaotic slop; jerky; fall rapidly into something
* High Speed: roll along; fast and smooth; (often used with 'into') - to vanish into a singularity (black hole, etc.), or into a tunnel with great speed; slide uncontrollably under another object; running; fast; sudden acceleration; quick attack; diving headlong; zipping forward into lightspeed; fall rapidly into something; fast
* Falling: inadvertant, powered by gravity; a dropping motion; falling over; falling flat on the arse; diving headlong; one forward flop onto something else, covering it; down; fall rapidly into something
* Circular: a circular kind of motion with an abrupt ending; like a penny settling down from a spin, but also moving forward at the same time; a flat tire type thing; inward spiral; flip
* Bouncing: skipping; bounding; bouncing; hopping; a flat tire type thing; sudden, halting, like a frog's leap; bouncing
* Splitting: diverse, splitting into 2 directions
* Other: kind of like gesturing outward with your hand; a mistake; nervous and small; ripping, going through; something that made a funny, water-like sound in the process; forced going up; horizontal; oscillatory

Total Respondents: 142



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